Brilliant! Of course, we all know that most money in the USA goes towards war. It’s a shame. By the way, the “preview” of the coming movie “Infrastructure” is really funny. That’s at the very end.
America’s crumbling infrastructure: It’s not a sexy problem, but it is a scary one.
February 5, 2015
This collection of photographs of majestic landmarks around the world do a great job of just how important framing, perspective and lighting are to a photograph. All of these photo pairs are of the same object, but the changes in perspective can make them seem more or less grand.
A change of perspective can change a lot, which applies just as much to photography as it does to anything else in life. Sure, the Brandenburg gate and Mount Rushmore are majestic when framed the right way, but they can look mundane when they aren’t the central focus of the photograph they’re in.
The Great Pyramids of Giza
The Arc de Triomphe
Central Park, New York City
And he is wearing headphones?
One of the most intriguing rock formations recently discovered by Google Earth spotters is the strange rock formation in the prairies of central Canada that looks like the face of an Indian. The rock formation is in Alberta, Canada about 300km southeast of Calgary, near the border with Saskatchewan. The rock formation’s “face” measures about 255m across and it’s about 225m long. You can check it out in Google Maps or just enter 50° 0’38.20″N 110° 6’48.32″W in Google Earth.
I came across this story while looking for something else. Do you remember it? It has everything in it: evil, bad dudes, heroes (lions), and a sort of happy ending. Moral of the story? Sometimes, the beasts of the wild have more compassion than the human animal.
22 June 2005