How did carbon dioxide evolve in Earth atmosphere in the nearly 1 million years in the past? YouTube link
…for the photo/cinema gear. YouTube link
Normally, like many wildlife photographer, I appreciate watching bird pictures. Normally… This time, my eye got caught my the images of seabirds caught in crude oil, taken in Louisiana by Charlie Riedel (AP photographer). Thanks to BP for their excellent mastering of off-shore crude oil production and its consequences. Source: www.Boston.com
If you want to have more technical details about the various attempts BP botched while trying to stop the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon rig, here are all the diagrams about: THE BLOWOUT PREVENTER CHEMICAL DISPERSANTS RELIEF WELLS CONTAINMENT DOME TUBE TOP KILL JUNK SHOT WELL CAP WITH DOME… Read More
Here, we don’t even speak about Summer or Winter; This is not about global warming either. The Rasmussen College presents us a great poster sweeping the widest possible range of temperatures to allow us to travel through universe’s thermal diversity. I hope they will sell the poster somewhere.
An enormous aquarium in Japan (Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium). YouTube link Think about it: Some divers dream of meeting a Whale Sharks. Here, you can meet four of them!
I can’t stop being amazed by the beauty of Nature. Planet Earth presents such an unbelievable diversity of shows, such a superb collection of small and large moments of pure beauty. Here are some I would like to share with you. did you know that beaches may really have all possible colours that your mind… Read More
Sharks are amazing killing machines, very efficient predators of the seas. But they are not only that. They also have some behaviors that could be described as interesting, astonishing, amazing, curious or mind-boggling (depending on your state of mind and what you think about the interaction between sharks and divers). YouTube link May I parallel… Read More
So, scuba divers, did you dive on a stingray as beautiful as this one already? YouTube link
Sometimes an image (from Nepal or elsewhere) hesitates on the better orientation to give to the photographer. Which one of these two Nepalese paddy fields would you choose?
There could be waste in the most surprising places. So, don’t waste, use electricity wisely. Via FAIL Blog.
No! This is not the title of Hollywood next horror flick. This is a sad reality around Japan. According to National Geographic, for reasons that are not entirely understood giant jellyfish like the ones photographed below are observed in great quantities. They need to be harvested by boat…
A friend of mine recently bought a copy of a Japanese wood engraving. While reading this article from BibliOdyssey, about the wood engravings of Kitagawa Utamaro, I thought I should share some of the pictures of this artist.
…but I couldn’t fly. Jose Luis Ortiz has changed it all. He installed a small video camera on one of his royal eagles. Link to YouTube And now, you and me can fly, really fly. Breath-taking! Boarding a plane became so down-to-Earth. I now want to have wings, I want to fly like an eagle…
True Marble™ is a true color, photo-realistic, high resolution, 3 terabyte image of the earth. All data is provided at a base 15 meter resolution. Even if this was not shot in a single time (sattelite imagery is a bit more complex than Gigapan panoramas), this is really stupendous. But even more, you can download… Read More
Ten days ago, I went walking in the bois de Vincennes, near Paris, my photo camera in hand in the footsteps of Fabrice Hénon who accepted to share some of his informations. I’m back with pictures of Eurasian Jay and common kestrel. All the photos are on www.YLovePhoto.com : Eurasian Jay Common kestrel
Everything points at a stark increase of elephant poaching in Kenya after years of relative calm. More precisely, in the Tsavo National Park, in the 6 most recent weeks, rangers of the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) found 5 dead elephants whose tusks have been sawed. This is a reminder that some habits which we thought… Read More
If you want to fish sardines, ask advice from a pro : The sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus). This slides diaporama from National Geographic shows sailfishes grouping themselves to hunt a big school of sardines. Really beautiful and utterly technical.
Thanks to European Community! It just proposed, no! Announced that they would force the mobile phone manufacturers to all use a single type of battery charger. It’s been years that we all accumulated chargers ready to be abandonned because none is compatible with more than one phone. The EC decided to reduce pollution linked this… Read More