That creature you see right there is the teeny-tiny Water Bear. They are one of Nature’s toughest creatures.
I found this little tardigrade on tree moss. And in an upcoming SciTune, the folks from the BioBus and I will teach you how to find them!
alanis: Clouds and shadows on Mars, photographed by Mars Express, 24th May 2012.
Between 28 and 36°S, 284°E, on the arc of highlands that surround the southeast Solis Planum. The crater split between the 2nd and 3rd images is Voeykov, about 75 km across, named for climatologist and geographer Alexander Ivanovich Voeykov (1842-1916). The small, deep crater toward bottom left of the 4th image is Los, named for a village of about 400 people in Gävleborg County, Sweden.
Composite of 3 visible light images for colour, and 5 monochrome images for animation. Colour is not balanced naturalistically, and the slightly psychedelic colours of the clouds are a result of mismatches between the images where the clouds have moved between exposures.
Image credit: ESA. Composite: AgeOfDestruction.
Fabio Magalhaes creates gorgeous, cringe-worthy paintings of painful, meaty predicaments. Metaphorically connecting images of his own body, feelings and banal situations, he aims at pointing out conditions inconceivable to be portrayed but through artifices and distortions of reality. Magalhaes writes that his paintings are “the result of a modus operandi that makes part of the photographic universe and results in a kind of parallel reality, materialized in the universe of painting.”
These are PAINTINGS! And all I can think is when will I see their style and content referenced on Hannibal?
…Near the village of Braschaat, outside Antwerp, Belgium. The last photo shows a grotto-like cave under the mansion that may have been used as a bar in the past.
Who would abandon such a beautiful place
i am crying this is me
Showed my dad and he said “that better not be about me.” Haha