This time, this is a calendar centered around the eyes of wild animals. Click to see all the pages and buy it.A calendar that you will love watching and which will be watching you. A a calendar right for the hidden ophthalmologist in you.
I know that this is the right time to prepare the upcoming new year by ordering a new calendar to cover 2018. So, this is the right time for me to promote my own products, my own calendars using some of the photos that you found previously here on Roumazeilles.net. Big cats Craftsmanship in Népal… Read More
Iranian mosques are decorated of marvelous ceilings witnesses to centuries of devotion and artistic prowess. On BoredPanda.
Alfred Hitchcock always made sure that he was appearing once in each of his movies. Probably first because it reduced slightly costs, then for the sheer fun of it.
It’s on January 12th, 1992 that, according to Arthur C. Clarke, was born HAL-9000, the computer from “2001, A space Odyssey” (the book from Arthur C. Clarke and the movie from Stanley Kubrick). Actually, the first time it was powered on. So, it is exactly 23-year old today. Happy birthday HAL-9000! HAL-9000 is an Artificial… Read More
I don’t know why but this video clip attracts me strangely. Even if I don’t understand all the advanced notions that are evocated quickly one after the other, (I am not really up-to-date despite all my efforts to understand some of it), I bow in front of the enormous work to adapt Queen’s music (Bohemian… Read More
YouTube link Bravo à Philippe L.
You can purchase the prints, the posters, the cards of the the photographs published here.
You certainly knew that the great movie director, Alfred Hitchcock, was used to, first in order to reduce budgets, then merely for fun, keep one little cameo appearance in each of his movies, sometimes even a small role. An Internet user collected them all (nearly) in a single sequence. YouTube link
A web site on which you will find a colorful collection of background pictures for your PC or your Mac: Imgur. Its only drawback is that you don’t know where the picture comes from, since they are uploaded by the users as they see them here or there.
YouTube link And try not to admire the mimics of Malena Ernman, the singer.
The creator of the fractal concept, Benoît Mandelbrot, just died. Born in Poland, the great mathematician had both French and American citizenship and inspired millions of mathematicians and artists. Rechercher des fractales sur Google.
Normally, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is interesting only the physicists for its uses in scientific research and the physicians for the fabulous pictures it gives of the insides of the human body. An MRI scanner will allow to display fine cuts of the body of the patient laid into the machine, but what is to… Read More
These pictures of Russia are color photos taken a few years before the October REvolution. A memory of a far era and of a society which has been deeply transformed in the following years. Big Picture – Russia in color a century ago.
Found by chance alone, I wanted to let you immerse into it. YouTube link
Who said there was only one way to play the guitar? You Tube link The guitar player, Ronnie Moipolai, lives in Kopong a village 50 km North of Gaborone, Botswana’s capital.
Exactly one century ago, died Samuel Langhorne Clemens (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), better-known by his pen name Mark Twain. So, why not celebrate this with a few tidbits about him? For example, the only known video showing Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) at home with his two daughters Clara and Jean: YouTube link… Read More
The fashion of drawing fractals is a memory of the past (it was probably linked to the first appearance of computers able to collate the computing power for the needed calculations and the display capacity for complex images). But the pleasure is all mine to find this HD video which sends us into a Mandelbrot… Read More