Archive for ‘nature’

February 11, 2019

Being

by duncanr

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February 10, 2019

I am not soothed

by allthoughtswork

Come on, guys, you’re scientists, you can do better. This just makes me check nervously around me for other signs of an earthquake.

February 4, 2019

What happens when you expose a lot of succulent flesh to a hungry shark?

by allthoughtswork

Answer: Lunch.  [WARNING: blood]

Let’s be very clear: This was not a shark “attack.” This was a shark doing shark things. It’s a shark. That’s the open ocean. Sharks are hungry and opportunistic and they want to live, just like you.

If someone opened a warm cardboard box of fresh, steaming pizza in front of your grumbling stomach and said, “Want a slice?” you’d go after it like a Great White after a harbor seal.

Stay in Starbucks, lady. You don’t get this whole nature thing at all.

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January 29, 2019

Le Bon Berger

by duncanr

some breathtaking photography in this short film of a Swiss shepherd and his family, and his love for them, and his job and lifestyle
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January 29, 2019

Vishweshwar Dutt Saklani

by duncanr

it is reckoned that Vishweshwar Dutt Saklani planted around 5 million trees in his lifetime – converting the barren landscape around his native village into a lush forest


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read more about Vishweshwar Dutt Saklani here – http://tinyurl.com/ybhq6c6j

January 27, 2019

Mental break from the headlines, y’all

by allthoughtswork

Daily Dose of Internet is random, eclectic, and highly addictive. You’ve been warned.

January 26, 2019

Fight for Shit

by duncanr

for dung beatles, Dung is a valuable resource, used as food and as a nursery for beetle babies – so well worth fighting over . . .
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January 24, 2019

We can turn some things around

by allthoughtswork

January 24, 2019

You will never be a Secretary Bird, stop trying

by allthoughtswork

Image result for secretary bird eyelashes

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No amount of mascara or skinny jeans will ever come close.

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January 23, 2019

The day Niagra Falls fell

by allthoughtswork