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Twining Motion of Vines

They are out there, seeking, reaching... Similar to The Day of the Triffids in miniature:


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Cosmic-scale film title sequence

One of the most fascinating CG animated film title sequence: "3:19" - watch it here





Stars as a firmament, set in place, interacting with time... you just have to watch it to see what I'm talking about.

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Phone Sheep

Jean Luc's strange mutant sheep can be seen at Museum für Kommunikation, Germany.





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Russian Village SUV


(source: TM, Russia 1974)

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Cool Shot of the Day
(in cooperation with National Geographic magazine)

Egret Fight
(during the breeding season)


(photo by: Kathy Reeves, Kathy ReevesNational Geographic)

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Mixed fresh links for today:

Impressive Dubai update (4 pages) - [architecture]
Giant Mantis, made from pine needles - [wow art]
Must See! - Evolution of a Geek - [flow chart]
Giant Floating Utopias - [boats]
High-Speed Fruit Splash Photos - [photography]
One-wheel Ice Landing - [neat]
Whack your boss: lots of cartoon blood - [gross! game]
Winter Mountain Bike Riding - [neat video]
Pretty cool (banned) flash-mob ad - [video ad]
Give to charity just by searching the web

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Face Illusions

Check out full compilation of "faces found in everyday objects" here
- via

What's even better - much better! - is this "Faces in Places" Flickr pool.








(image credit: Bill Kennedy)

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Very Effective Anti-Smoking Ad

Would make a cool sculpture, too:
(click to enlarge)



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15-meter Wave Wipe-out

Riders in the storm... Surfers Lee William & Charlie Thompson tried to tame one of the giant waves that occured recently in Cornwell, England:




(photos by Jacob Cockle)

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Office Daydreaming

Good dream:



Bad dream:



Weird dream:


(an ad for SAP applications)

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A sweet, sweet plan:



Salamander? - Axolotl!


(original unknown)

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The meaning is clear:


(original unknown)

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5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

the last one looks like "no peeing, else we'd cut it off...."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The mystery animal is called an Axelotle (it was our grade 3 pet in Australia). have a look at this one http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/aquariumforum/showthread.php?p=208475

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

sorry its spelt axolotl or Mexican walking fish read about it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walking_fish

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey we had an axolotl as a class pet too, in year 2 though, but also in Australia. My desk was right next to the tank, it ate frozen meat. It is actually a salamander though- it just stays in its larval stage.

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Blogger Amy said...

Love the puppy and cat!

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