My best attempt at making these like these ended 5 pieces in
That is some genius level shit. Would love to see the process of how you would even plan this out.
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"Aww cuute! ...Woah holy shit"
Still a good boi
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Something about dogs and wolves standing on hind legs just cracks me up.
Seems like Ukraine flag.
This is known as sectoral heterochromia.
" Though multiple causes have been posited, the scientific consensus is that a lack of genetic diversity is the primary reason behind heterochromia. This is due to a mutation of the genes that determine melanin distribution at the 8-HTP pathway, which usually only become corrupted due to chromosomal homogeneity " - wikipedia
Repost already ?
That looks super comfy
That coral thingy looks like the majority of the plant life you find on every planet in No Man's Sky.
Through their nose. When underwater they hold their breath and they swim up to take in air every few hours I think
The fishes on the front look cgi as fuck tho
So friendly you think but I'm pretty sure it just wants you to leave it the goddamned fuck alone
And put it back in the fucking water
So you're telling me these creatures are marine intoxicated sorority girls
My 8th grade science teacher had a lesson about this phenomenon. He told us that a rule of thumb is the straigher the river, the older it is. Kinda like the smaller the mountains, the older they are. Erosion is the driving factor in both cases.
That's not a dumb question at all. I am no expert, but the power of flowing water is immense. This is likely caused due to erosion of the soil from the pressure of the flowing river. This gif covers almost 30 years of the river, which is a lot of water flow. Also the elevation of the lands could be a factor. Basically the water wants to flow in the easiest most convenient way possible.
I am sure an expert may be able to add to this.
Please dont think I'm dumb but what causes this to occur?
Pretty much. If you watch the part of the river that turns straight, you can actually see it move closer and closer to the other side of where the river initially is year by year.
The flowing water (coming upwards from the bottom) is gradually eroding where the river first bends, causing the first bend to be more and more pronounced over time.
The spot in the middle - 1993 that eventually forms the middle part of the connection must be a low spot surrounded by hills, because it fills with water that eventually erodes the sides of it down enough for the river to connect to it - 1998.
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Person holding camera is too close
I do a lot of canyoneering and something a ranger in Zion NP once said stuck with me - in a flash flood, you don't die from drowning, you die from blunt force trauma.
I don’t know....needs more HDR
Man, I don't usually give a shit about HDR buy MY FUCKING EYES HURT. It's like a detailed blur and it makes my brain sad.
Isn’t this an Elk?
Wildlife photographers usually scout out areas the same way a hunter will. They have a good idea what type of wildlife will be there at what time. Then they show up early, set up a hunting blind, their camera and their tripod and they wait.
How the hell did someone capture this picture.
Would have been cheaper and quicker to render that in 3D, but you've got to love a skilled trade when you see one!
Now I'm hungry
It can be incredibly difficult to get past the uncanny valley for something like this. The simulation and materials have to be spot on. The technology is there but I can see why it’d be more cost effective to use a physical effect over hiring the right experts to pull it off in software.
Where can I get those massive flat marshmallows??