A MACRO CLOSEUP of the tail of a betta fish reveals patterns and colors not perceptible to the naked eye. The photo is from photographer/filmmaker Michaela Skovranova.
I’M THINKIN’ “This one shouldn’t be that difficult.” But maybe a bunch of rocks is just a bunch of rocks to most people. This bunch of rocks is part of Stonehenge (below), the mystical monument near Salisbury, England.
Paul Coates nailed it…and sent this link to more info on Stonehenge.
From Stan Schwartz: “Definitely part of Stonehenge.”
And Lynne Hummell: This week’s Whatzit is a portion of Stonehenge. At least, I’m pretty sure it is – we’re all used to seeing photos of the whole circle of rocks.”
OK…so much for rocks. Let’s look at rockets. What’s this?
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PHOTOGRAPHER Andres Gallardo Albajar recently traveled to the Great Wall of China and encountered something very different — the wall with not another soul in sight.
Said Albajar: “I was expecting big amounts of people, even lines to access or things like that, but for my surprise there was very few people, which allowed me to capture the wall with no people, which in my opinion helps to create a more surreal and magic feeling.”
INDIAN GRAPHIC DESIGNER Shibu PG takes two different elements and combines them into minimalist logos like those below. You can see more of his work here.