Featured Images above:Left: “Samual Petersen” from the series “They Love Trampoline.” Mr. Petersen, 75 at the time of this picture, is a former fisherman who walks 2 hours every day to tend to his flock of sheep, Right: “Svínoy” from “They Love Trampoline.” Credit Charlotte Abramow, via Fisheye Gallery
The desert, as you’ve never seen it before. When he shoots deserts—which he does primarily in the Moroccan Sahara and Canary Islands—Tombolini explores in a 4×4 and either sets up camp or stays in the nearest village. “GPS is a huge help as once night comes in, the place changes
A picture purportedly showing the moon “melting” into a waterfall frequently draws “oohs and ahhs” as it gets passed around on social media: credits: waterfall by @markian.b & moon by @NASA via @unsplash (CC0) snopes.com: Is This a ‘Lava Moon’ Melting Into a Waterfall? and here it is animated in a post
Cold, chilly, snowy images of Winter that are also beautiful.
Amazing vintage photos show what it was like to go holiday shopping in New York City 100 years ago These photos show how those living in New York between 1900 and 1915 shopped and stocked up for the holiday season. businessinsider: Amazing vintage photos show what it was like to
I took a selfie, cropped the photo, made color, contrast, saturation and other adjustments. Then I used various Photo Apps to add distortion and art effects.
Photographs from the 1960’s through the 1980’s (includes frontal images – NO pornography)
Here are the stories behind the most amazing images in the world of science this week. A recap of the coolest photos featured on Live Science. livescience.com: Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week
WHY RIGHT HERE ! If you’re hustling to get everything ready for a picnic or cook-out this weekend, why not take a break, pour a glass of whatever, and let your eyes wander over this Grade A #1 beef that somehow ended up on this blog. 😉