Panorama from the peak of Mt. Everest →
This is beautiful… (via hydeordie)
This is an excerpt from Sufjan Stevens film and soundtrack dedicated to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (the BQE). Sufjan was asked to create a work of art as a part of the 25th Anniversary Next Wave Festival celebrations at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and so together with a group of friends, he filmed the stretch of road and made a three panelled wordless film about it. Listen to 25 min...
If you live in north Brooklyn, you’ve seen this man driving around on sunny afternoon blaring oldies from his car stereo: windows down, sunglasses on, head thrown back. Belting out songs and driving in circles, sometimes for hours at a time. My neighbor, Clinton, tracked him down and interviewed him. A fascinating video that gets exceptionally good around 4:45, where he asks the “young people” to...
100 ways to change the world! →
“The GOOD 100 is a compendium of people, ideas, and programs changing our planet for the better.” This is a very cool list complied by GOOD magazine. It’s a great resources for inspiration and people, places and ideas to get familiar with.
It’s hard to be a diamond in a rhinestone world.– Dolly Parton (via jonathansadlowe)
The Yes Men Prove That the Chamber of Commerce Is... →
“The Yes Men staged the press conference, in their ever-brilliant attempts to show that people think it’s insane when corporations do the right thing.” via: Good These guys continue to amaze me!
noraleah: brieflynoted: Absolutely gorgeous video of the world record freedive (without fins) at 88 meters/288 feet. It’s easy to forget how dangerous freediving is while watching William Trubridge descend into the ocean so gracefully. He makes it look almost effortless, but if you’ve ever had the urge to swim deep you know it’s certainly not. I can’t even imagine the amount of training it...
Re-examine all that you have been told… dismiss that which insults your...– Walt Whitman
Beautiful photos of glaciers as seen from Space! →
This weekend I was reminded of this time lapse video of the Northern Lights as seen in Norway and documented by gianni tumino with a Canon Eos 30d. Unbelievably beautiful! I hope to some day have the chance to see this sky show for myself.