Jaw-dropping aurora photos from the Tombstone Range in the Yukon by Marc Adamus
We’ll meet someday.
One day I will see this live
After watching a youtube video about hornets battling honey bees I though I had developed a fascination with bugs, HOWEVER, I am only ten minutes into Microcosmos (a documentary that shows short clips of what seems like every bug imaginable), and I have come to the conclusion that bugs are just tiny monsters. If you ever wanted to take a tour of the world from a bug’s eye view, I recommend it. Maybe, if you are braver than me, you can get farther than fifteen minutes into it.
Can I be the lady who gets to pick out the music for nature movies like this?
Yes, I’ll admit to youtubing praying mantises and Japanese honey bees instead of studying for Multivariate Calculus. I am sure my knowledge of honey bee massacres will get me far on my test tomorrow. hmmm….
Last weekend I went backpacking in the Pinhoti Trails. You shouldn’t be fooled by my outdoorsy looking chacos. I wear them all over the city, but rarely go “off roading” with them, thus the two days of backpacking when I did a lot of off rOAdin’ with my chacos taught me a many valuable things:
I was also reminded of how bold and intriguing nature is. I was reminded that constellations are just too cool, and lastly, I was reminded that my skin is capable of getting sunburned.
I cannot wait for next time.