CLICK TO ENLARGE: POPCORN!
Skunk Bear boots up its time machine, microscope and slow motion camera to explore the science and history of popcorn.
I was in the room when they were filming part of this, and it smelled glorious.
Chinese artist Li Hongbo creates these mind blowing, flexible paper sculptures that might be at first mistaken for porcelain works.
I realized today that although I have occasionally thought about this photo set since I first saw it a couple weeks ago, I had never clicked the “read more” link.
Would that I had left this forgotten in my dashboard.
Two vultures kept flying, level with us on the mountain. They would perch down past where we could see, so I decided to climb down the rocks a bit to try to find them. This friend let me get very close before leaving, confident, I’m sure, that it could take off far faster than I could approach.