- Alternative Energy
- Animal Behaviour
- Black History
- Future Events
- Middle East
- Native American
- North America
- Past Events
- S. Africa
- Time Lapse
Images taken by a series of satellites from NASA's Landsat program are now available so that anyone can follow the changes on earth's surface from 1984 until today. It is possible to see how quickly cities are being developed, lakes are drying, glaciers are melting and forests are disappearing - which makes us wonder if this kind of tool can make authorities, scientists, researchers and citizens worry about these changes and act for the sake of our planet.
The film follows a lonely girl living atop a flying whale whose luck changes when a stranger drops out of the sky.
Portuguese navigator Pedro Álvares Cabral lands in Brazil.
Pedro Álvares Cabral was a Portuguese nobleman, military commander, navigator and explorer regarded as the discoverer of Brazil. Cabral conducted the first substantial exploration of the northeast coast of South America and claimed it for Portugal. While details of Cabral's early life are sketchy, it is known that he came from a minor noble family and received a good education.
I went to the Foodies Festival at Tatton Park (thanks to the organisers for the tickets!) to spot food trends, try lots of samples and get some new ideas. I wasn't disappointed!
Trends: gourmet popcorn - check, fro-yo - check, salted caramel - check.
The horsemeat scandal created good publicity for exotic meats, such as zebra and kangaroo, etc.
Last year, I posted a calendar of Chorlton festivals on here. It went down quite well. So I thought I'd do it all over again.
Without further ado, then, here's my Chorlton Festival Calendar 2013:
Chorlton Arts Festival 2013
17 May – 26 May 2013
The largest festival in Chorlton, Chorlton Arts Festival returns for 2013 with another packed schedule. This time round, there are more than 100 events taking place across countless venues, many of which are free to attend.
My first animated short with After Effects is finally done! It was a quite tricky project and took a some time to complete, but it was definitely worth it. I am very pleased how this one turned out and I have to thank my good friend Pontus Hultgren for creating the awesome music. Hope you enjoy watching it! Please subscribe if you like it, there will be more animated shorts from us in the future.
It's no coincidence that we call people from other countries "aliens". There's always that funny feeling when you visit somewhere new and you realise there are all these millions of people living full, real lives there, and that this place is the centre of their universe, and then you multiply that for all the different places in the world where all of these parallel lives are being lived, and then you stop, because you can't feel your limbs anymore and you're doing that darting thing with your eyes like maybe you've just caught a glimpse of the meaning of life and your brain is collapsing in on itself with the enormity of it all.