1. The Great Blue Hole is a giant submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize... "a formation that took place 153,000; 66,000; 60,000; and 15,000 years ago."
  3. Eames, Charles & Ray. all things.
  4. "Spring Skywatching Treat: See Saturn and the Moon Together Early Monday"
    "The word "synodic" is derived from the ancient Greek word "sunodos," which means "meeting." During the new-moon phase, the moon "meets" the sun, and thus a synodic month begins at new moon — and the moon is entering the last quarter of that month at last-quarter phase."
  5. Broken Tulips: ‘That Last Gasp of Beauty Before Death’
  6. "1937 Hunt housecar, one of several very unique early housecars built by Hollywood cinematographer Roy Hunt between 1935 and 1945."
  7. glasswinged butterfly
    "The Glasswinged butterfly (Greta oto) is a beautiful brush-footed butterfly and is a member of the: subfamily Danainae, tribe Ithomiini, subtribe Godyridina. Greta oto adults exhibit a number of interesting behaviours, such as long migrations and lekking..."
  8. Imperial Tortoise Beetle (Stolas imperialis)
  9. i don't understand how an artist can be accused of plagiarism when they simply garner inspiration from a found photo... a new concept for me & i need to research further, but my lord... how can hundreds & hundreds of unique brush stokes on a canvas that belongs to a particular soul be considered a copy of an image that's been captured on film...
    i guess if credit isn't given to the original photographer, but even then... a thank you for the inspiration seems to be enough. interpretation is so not plagiarism to me... but once i learn more, perhaps i'll alter this perspective🤷🏻‍♀️ IMAGE: Opium | Bob Dylan
  10. he's gone & my mind is wandering ALL over the place - The Occult Symbolism of Fritz Lang’s 1927 movie “Metropolis” Movie and its Importance in Pop Culture...