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I wish could say these were my images. I would love to see them this dramatically. Iceland, anyone?
A very close..ahem, look at the human eye. A wondrous and weird body part it is.
Recently spent a week deep in the Amazon jungle in Ecuador. It was a sensory experience, the heat, sounds, smells of the forests and river. Witnessed rare river dolphins, toucans, monkeys, and spiders as big as dinner plates. Look for lots and …
A nice, casual video showing Obama conversing with locals on their businesses, and the ongoing relief effort of the Gulf Oil Spill.
A beautiful spot, brought to my attention by my new brother-in-law, Craig. Love the geometry.
A really nice animation from Ólafur Arnalds, set to music by Esteban Diácono.
The NY Times has an ongoing “Great Homes and Destinations” feature, and today’s home was from Berlin. A beautifully modern, restored space that served as a laundry for 100 years. I’ve known that Germans have a great eye for design, but perhaps …
A very cool and creative campaign by the Philadelphia Zoo to raise awareness. Nicely done. via Treehugger: With the precarious state of ecosystems throughout the world today, it is difficult to know for certain which threatened species will continue to be around for …
A pretty astounding look at an underground ant colony. This looks to be a very, very worthwhile experiment. Ants continue to amaze scientists, and lay-people, like me.
Have raincoat, will travel. Ha!
After a brutal March, Portland has proven that it too, enjoys sunshine once in awhile. It’s cliché to talk about the people that come out of the woodwork when it’s nice out, but man! Biking past the many southeast parks this afternoon, …
I’m afraid if I’ve proved anything in my 26 years, it’s that I often don’t understand women, and they often don’t understand me. But I think I understand trees. I like trees a lot. Especially the Redwoods.