Effectively transforming into a lion fish, sea snake, flounder and much more on the daily, Darwin would have a field day with this ingenious creature.
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Taken as the bird soars over the Alps and Chamonix, France, this is–quite literally–an eagle’s eye view. And it is divine.
For those of us unable to attend the Labor Day scorcher known as the Burning Man Festival, this video is just about the next best thing. This past year, a whopping 68,000 people took to the Nevada summit seeking inspiration, reconnection with what matters, or maybe just a simple change of pace. Either way, Burning Man’s growth is incredible: when it officially began just 17 years ago, a mere 20 people attended.
With minimal pollution or cloud coverage obscuring the ethereal views and a nice 14,000-feet extension into the sky to bring them that much closer, Mauna Kea is regarded by many as the premiere observatory in the Northern Hemisphere. The sights you see are the result of one dedicated photographer’s time lapse of the area, spanning for three days in April. Enjoy.
When skater Israel Dejene first arrived in a tough neighborhood of Addis Ababa, he saw children “sliding down the asphalt with plastic fixed to the underside of their shoes”. In an effort to curb their stealing and potential to wander down the hazardous path of delinquency, Dejene founded Ethioskate. Intoto region-residing boys and girls from the ages of 6 through 19 are invited to participate in the skate project, where Dejene seeks to help them realize their own potential to do gravity-defying things, help others and ultimately contribute to the greater good.
Perhaps the most incredible thing about this is that it’s all 100% natural.