When you don’t have enough money....or Legos.
Extremely rare, the Harpy Eagle is actually considered a mythological creature. This beastly bird has held a position in Greek mythology for over 3,000 years.
When you don’t have enough money, but you have legos
A railway in Switzerland
A toucan's beak retains its bright colors even after death
How times have changed
When you have no money.... And no Legos
President Obama on Martin Luther King Day
Double lenticular clouds over Mt Rainier, Washington
Italian sculptor Giovanni Strazza's "The Veiled Virgin".
They look a lot alike.
On MLK Day, ICE deports Jorge Garcia, a married father of 2 kids in metro Detroit who has lived in the U.S. for 30 years. He was brought to the U.S. when he was 10 years-old by undocumented family members, making him too old to qualify for DACA
A synthetic diamond factory
Proper way to use a selfie stick
Made from tires and chains
The view from 7,500 feet over New York City.
A woman from the Russian town of Yakutsk (one of the coldest cities in the world) decided to go out a bit in the cold and then photographed herself.
Freezing Lake in Nebraska Looks Like Eye
My Kiwi-Mango Cake.
1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens
This is my homescreen wallpaper
They Seriously Crossed The Line Here
I've wanted to do this for a long time: the photo on the left is me at ~14 – glasses, braces, fake highlights, band uniform, acne, & ~260 lbs (120 kgs). The right is a photo of me in 2016 at 28 (~177 lbs – 80 kgs). Teens especially: take care of your body, and don't lose hope!
Creature Cam
Villa duodo, Monselice Italy
Genghis Khan statue (40m/130ft height) in the Mongolian steppe. Dothraki approve!
A new type of optical illusion identified by a Japanese researcher. All the lines in the image are the same shape.
Volcano by photographer Sergio Tapiro
Not a gorilla walking on the beach
Best buddies go hiking in Washington
Salt trucks deployed in Austin, TX
Neolithic tools with a modern twist
This is Sam. Sam is tired after his first play in the snow.
Today tens of thousands of Colorands braved below freezing temperatures and snow to march in the annual Martin Luther King Marade, the biggest event of its kind in America.
Collaborative effort with a friend of mine! Finished this afternoon!
Freshly shaved Camel.
86 ronearc "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash." Such a simple, perfect way to start a show.
50 dalaw3 Sherley actually joined his band after jail, and tried to reform his life ( Johnny was a Christian and truly believed in redemption). However, he never quite took to life on the outside and committed suicide.
70 WalkLikeAGiant Johnny Cash was only 35 years old at the time. He had the presence and gravitas of a man twice his age. What a great album. I listen to it often.
28 peachyfuzzle What the fuck happened to country music?
24 MrSlug Still so wild to me that Merle Haggard was in San Quentin when Cash played there.
9 notthatshort Such a great record. The banter in between is fun and the prisoners are having a blast.
7 fixthecopier Grandma had all of his albums. Those were the first records I ever played, back in the late 60's. I still listen to him.
14 klopfuh Personally, Cash has to be up there as possibly the best ever. An absolute icon in every way.
29 KirkBuckrogers I hear the train a comin' rollin' round the bend I ain't seen the sunshine since I don't know when Well I'm stuck in Folsom Prison and time keeps dragging on While a train keeps a rollin' on down to San Antone Well when I was just a baby my mama told me son Always be a good boy don't ever play with guns Well I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die When I hear that whistle blowin' I hang my head and I cry Well I'll bet there's rich folks eatin' in some fancy dining car Probably drinkin' coffee and smokin' big cigars Well I know I had it comin' I know I can't be free But those people keep a movin' that's what tortures me Well if they freed me from this prison if that railroad train was mine Bet I'd move it on a little farther down the line Far from Folsom Prison that's where I long to stay Then I'd let that lonesome whistle blow my blues away Songwriters: Johnny Cash Folsom Prison Blues lyrics © BMG Rights Management US, LLC RIP
12 masterfunkp He shot a man in Reno
8 HauschkasFoot God damn I bet that was a rockin' concert
10 joshmoneymusic >I wear the black for the poor and the beaten down, >Livin' in the hopeless, hungry side of town, >I wear it for the prisoner who has long paid for his crime, >But is there because he's a victim of the times. >And, I wear it for the thousands who have died, >Believen' that the Lord was on their side, >I wear it for another hundred thousand who have died, >Believen' that we all were on their side. >Ah, I'd love to wear a rainbow every day, >And tell the world that everything's OK, >But I'll try to carry off a little darkness on my back, >'Till things are brighter, I'm the Man In Black I swear FOX news and the like would skewer Johnny Cash today as being an anti-military, progressive liberal.
17 MelonElbows Why did he go to a prison? Was that normal at the time? I can't see some famous musician these days deciding to do a concert and album from a prison
4 hillbillyluchadore I’ve got to get that album on vinyl. Cash was so great. More than a musician, a phenomenal person too.