Bet you can't guess what kind of creature this is in the first ten seconds. (pine trees in foreground the best clue).
In ten seconds this gentleman illustrates all you need to know about black ice.
Recreation in Rotorua (click the fullscreen icon)
Illustrating a lack of situational awareness.
Graphic illustration of Pythagorean theorem.
Flying with your family.
That thing on your leg is called a jumping cactus. I'll get it off for you.
Tiled access panel.
Incorporating a shadow into graphic design.
Failure to factor in backward movement of the chair.
I wouldn't be eager to eat this pizza, but he's fun to watch.
Australian driver pulls to the side of the road?
Child discovers antigravity.
Child loves his Christmas present.
Hearing-impaired girl learns she's going to become a big sister.
The pure joy of stacking blocks.
Shoveling snow on the deck :-)
Toddler and kitten.
Cats, dogs and other animals.
Lovin' the beach.
Likes the view.
Making a snow angel.
Get a cat, they said. It'll be fun, they said.
Shower for a pet bird.
Ski dog totally loves his job.
Rooster hurries to meet his little girl.
If this is a quick brown fox, what does that make her?
Not much time to blog today (very important football game this afternoon); perhaps I'll add pix later. Gotta go.
Holy cow. What a game.Delete
i hope you don't mind the topic drift?ReplyDelete
https://laughingsquid.com/repairing-broken-wing-monarch-butterfly/ Compassionate Costume Designer Repairs the Broken Wing of a Young Monarch Butterfly
https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/unlikely-survival-arctic-bees-new-species-novaya-zemlya The Unlikely Survival of Bees in the Arctic
that was a great gameReplyDelete
Just hope that bull doesn't come to the beach in Southern California!ReplyDelete
Excellent as always. One note: the city in the downhill racing video is spelled Rotorua. Fun place--smells of sulfur.ReplyDelete
Fixed. Thanks, anon - I never would have spotted that.Delete
Great links!! I hope your blood pressure has recovered from the game yesterday afternoon ~ UNBELIEVABLE!!!ReplyDelete
Knew right away but only because I watched a moose underwater a couple times this summer in the Tetons.ReplyDelete