Tag Archives: Life

Some corals ‘killed’ by climate change are now returning to life | New Scientist

Warm water can leave corals looking dead – but in some cases polyps still survive deep in the coral skeleton and in time they can return the coral to life More: Some corals ‘killed’ by climate change are now returning … Continue reading

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The Monochrome Experience: Subtle Situations

Seeing a photograph is a visual and intellectual pleasure. Just like reading a good book, just like listening carefully to an immortal concert or opera. Sometimes relationships are established between the elements of the image, certain contrasts, a kind of … Continue reading

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BHOY // Short Film

BHOY is a teenager forced to mature in a savage world ruled by a God Whale. Watch it in 4K. shortoftheweek.com/2019/10/03/bhoy/ — Written, Directed and Animated by Podenco Music and Sound Design: Carles Chiner, Pasqual Rodrigo, Zendra Additional Animation: Luis … Continue reading

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Born Free – “The Bitter Bond”

An animated story for the Born Free Foundation about the bond between a lion keeper and her cub. Sign the petition to help South Africa’s lions be born free and stay wild: bornfree.org.uk/bitter-bond

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A Woman Like Me

A deafblind Danish woman travels to Nepal to meet a woman with the same condition in the hopes of communicating and engaging in a cultural exchange. A Woman Like Me is a remarkable demonstration of the delicacy and complexity of … Continue reading

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Quirky Juxtapositions Capture Imperfect Human Moments in Photographs by Shin Noguchi

Photographer Shin Noguchi spends his time, camera in hand, in Japan’s public spaces, observing and seeking out candid moments that reflect the humorous, heartbreaking, and bizarre realities of the human experience. Noguchi shares with Colossal that he values the existential affirmation of … Continue reading

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how to do nothing

enny Odell Follow Jun 30, 2017 · 44 min read This is the transcript of a keynote talk I gave at EYEO 2017 in Minneapolis. An adapted version appears in my book, How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy. I’d like to start off … Continue reading

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A Dreaming Octopus’s Imagination is Revealed in Her Color-Changing Slumber

A recent documentary from PBS includes a fascinating clip of an octopus changing colors while sleeping. The marine biologist involved in Octopus: Making Contact thinks that the sea creature was dreaming about hunting, which sparked the color shift to a camouflaged … Continue reading

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Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds

LifeHunters We asked three centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets. The conversations that followed were remarkable. They talked about the importance of family, people, relationships and love. Their view on life, as an elderly … Continue reading

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From The Archives: Bay To Breakers | Street photography | White photography, Black, white photography, Photography

Bay To Breakers is one of the great San Francisco events. It’s part race, part parade and part party. Flip through photos of the past Bay To Breakers Source: From The Archives: Bay To Breakers | Street photography | White … Continue reading

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