To accommodate the entirety of Mr Shatner’s talent.
By Nick Acosta. Via MeFi.
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I suppose the chap in the background keeps one with him just in case.
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You wouldn’t want to miss the annual International Buffalo Bodypainting Festival in Jiangcheng County, China.
Oh, don’t tut. You’ve been culturally enriched.
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Two weeks before its scheduled completion, this hotel in Asan, South Korea, “abruptly tilted to one side.”
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The mighty headwear of Nihang Sikhs, Punjab, photographed by Mark Hartman.
Via Mick Hartley.
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Earthworm, 80mm in length, photographed by John Hallmén. One of these. Via sk60.
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Annette Gabbedey, maker of bespoke jewellery. Via Laughing Squid.
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Mammatus clouds, Nebraska, photographed by Mike Hollingshead.
His galleries of storms and supercells are also well worth visiting. Via Anna.
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Watch carefully. Something will happen.
Via MeFi, via Althouse.
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Scenes from the nine-day National Pyrotechnic Festival in Tultepec, Mexico.
Continue reading "Much Fun, Some Singeing" »
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Physicist Vivian Leroy Chrisler, circa 1930.
Okay, a clue. But just the one.
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