Spring has landed.
The Beauty of Lava.
Giant driftwood on the beach at La Push, Washington (2010)
this made me feel really uneasy, the ocean is terrifying.
its like when cats bring home a dead bird and drop it at your feet except the ocean is like I HAVE BROUGHT YOU THIS ENORMOUS TREE FROM THE DEPTHS OF HELL ENJOY
Hi everyone! My name is Stephany, and I’m a 21-year-old Chinese-American amateur photographer & graduate student. I’ve been accepted into the Columbus Arts Festival’s Emerging Artists Program; this June, I will be exhibiting and selling my photography for the first time on the beautiful downtown Riverfront in Columbus, Ohio. This is a huge opportunity for me, and I’m extremely excited for this new experience!
A little bit about me: I’ve been interested in photography for a while, starting with little point-and-shoots that I played with as a preteen. Eventually, a couple years ago, my dad handed down his Nikon D40x DSLR to me, sparking a more serious interest in photography. I tend to focus on landscapes and do my best to capture the natural beauty of the scene I see before me. 99% of my photos come straight out of my camera with absolutely no editing! You can view my photos on my Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sqlu/sets/72157630709514068/
As an individual and an amateur, I have to start from scratch for this exhibit. Your contributions will help me acquire supplies and stock for the festival; with my limited graduate student budget, I can only go so far by myself. But your contributions will help enormously! And even if you can’t contribute monetarily, I greatly appreciate signal boosts! :)
A drop of red dye falls into a thin layer of milk, forming a crown splash. Notice the pale edges of the droplets at the rim of the crown; this is milk that has been entrained by the original drop. The rim and satellite droplets surrounding the splash are formed due to surface tension effects, chiefly the Plateau-Rayleigh instability—the same effect responsible for breaking a falling column of liquid into droplets like in a leaking faucet. The instability will have a most unstable wavelength that determines the number of satellite droplets formed. (Photo credit: W. van Hoeve et al., University of Twente)
Amazing Volcanic Photography of Martin Rietze
Fall colors blaze out in concentric rings from a lake in eastern Pomerania, Poland. The region on the south shore of the Baltic Sea is largely covered with farmland and vast swaths of forest.
I am having such a hard time believing that first one
what no are you sure
that looks like someone trapped a sunset in some glass what the hell