Alien Spaceship in Stealth Mode
Nets made by spiders fed drugged up flies
(Source: golden---linings, via mindoverminimal-deactivated2013)
Mike Rosinski began his exposures, initially planning to capture about 45-55 minutes worth of star trails from his yard in Hartland, Michigan, USA. But he dozed, only to awaken some 3 hours later to find his camera had continued to run until the battery died. Composing the resulting images, the graceful concentric star trails were expected, along with light from a late rising Moon glinting on windows. Still, as he slept on the warm night a blizzard of yellow streaks flooded the scene, not left by fairies but fireflies.
Via the always great APOD.
“You were the sun and moon to me…”
Words to live by. (via Manly men posting manly man’s things. Men.)
note the cute smiley face (Galle) crater
(via What to Do When Life Gives You Lemons — The Adventures of Accordion Guy in the 21st Century)
Crayons get a visit from the bullet fairy.
(Source: sirmitchell, via pieceofapuzzle)
Organization vs. movement vs. philosophy An organization uses structure and resources and power to make things happen. Organizations hire people, issue policies, buy things, erect buildings, earn market share and get things done. Your company is probably an organization. A movement has an emotional heart. A movement might use an organization, but it can replace systems and people if they disappear. Movements are more likely to cause widespread change, and they require leaders, not managers. The internet, it turns out, is a movement, and every time someone tries to own it, they fail. A philosophy can survive things that might wipe out a movement and that would decimate an organization. A philosophy can skip a generation or two. It is often interpreted, and is more likely to break into autonomous groups, to morph and split and then reunite. Industrialism was a philosophy. The trouble kicks in when you think you have one and you actually have the other. — Seth’s Blog: Organization vs. movement vs. philosophy
(via theworldwelivein: (via Orda Cave on Photography…)