57 posts tagged photography
Turkish photographer Pari Dukovic photographed the sport of yağlı güreş, or oil wrestling. The sport is at the heart of Kırkpınar, a festival in the Turkish city of Edirne which is soon celebrating its 651st anniversary.
This mother spider ran through tall grass without ever letting go of her huge egg sac. When I moved in to take a picture, she stared the camera down before carrying on.
I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again: Textless is one of the Great Wonders of the Internet.
William Faulkner in Paris, 1925
Paul Cezanne, 1906, Photograph by Ker-Xavier Roussel.
Pretty much everyone can rattle off the names of our solar system’s eight (formerly nine) planets, but ask the average person to list some moons and you’ll be lucky if they can tell you more than two or three.
Now, you obviously can’t expect people to remember the name of every single satellite in the solar system (after all, they outnumber the planets by around 20 to 1), but if you have even the slightest interest in astronomy, it wouldn’t kill you to be familiar with at least an even ten. So with that in mind, we’ve assembled this reference guide to ten of the solar system’s most noteworthy moons.
Perezoso didáctilo de Hoffmann
Hoffmann’s Two-toed Sloth
More in officially Tragos-endrosed animals from the wonderful Jardín Botánico La Manigua.
Tragos-endorsed animal of the month.
In the Kalahari Desert during the rainy season, the skies can be very dramatic. On this particular evening the moonlight, clouds, thunder, lightning and a young male lion came together to make this capture possible.
Location: Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, South Africa
Photo and caption by Hannes Lochner
Julio Cortázar, Carlos Fuentes y Luis Buñuel en México.
Foto del archivo del cineasta.