HiPOD 14 Jan 2019: The Source of Dunes in Chasma Boreale
This image shows dunes during the summer, when they were free from the seasonal layer of carbon dioxide ice that covers the region for much of the year. These dunes, which are near the head of the largest trough in the North Polar cap (called Chasma Boreale), were formed by strong winds blowing down the canyon toward its mouth.
Date: 13 August 2010
Altitude: 319 km
NASA/JPL/University of Arizona
Here via fuehrer3345’s reblogging of beautifulmars’ lovely post.
Lovely… ooh, I want to go there so badly.
Late Afternoon Shadows at Endeavour Crater on Mars
Image: NASA/JPL via space-pics.
Love Mars so. I want to go.
A wickedly sexy-looking W i d e body Shelby!
Which, sadly, would not, in it’s present state, have a hope in Hell of getting in or out of my driveway, let alone the supermarket’s.
Be fab on the track if your flatbeds ramps were long enough. =D
Shadow people are believed to be ghosts that take the form of a dark humanoid mass and haunt areas where there is a lot of clutter or activity. Nobody knows what they are, but a lot of experts in sleep deprivation claim that seeing these figures is one of the most common side effects. However, the pictures above appear to give us some tangible proof that these entities may actually exist.
bundyspooks reblogged radioactivelizzy
Ooh, modern Fortean critters! I’ve not seen one and don’t particularly want to. Haven’t heard of them ever doing anything bad, unless lurking and presumably observing is bad, but it would be pretty creepy to catch a glimpse I’d think.
Not a fan at all of the ghost origin theory, if anything in my view, they would be a separate entity unto themselves.
These are allegedly photos of them, but, who, like anything else, knows, eh?
Hoping they’re figured out one of these days, preferably in my lifetime.
It’s The Keef!
He was a mere thirteen days late with this wish, but, it matters not, because it was one astoundingly excellent New Year’s party…
The man is, after all, the undisputed Lord of Party and for this we love him.
Look at that look in his eye and feel that Love in his heart.
Puglia, Italy (Europe) | ©Letizia Joy
Here via soul-of-an-angel
This is wonderful, Letizia Totaro, mille grazie!
A beautiful Ferrari 512M in competition at the 1000 km of Spa-Francorchamps in 1971.
An equally beautiful Porsche 917K in Gulf livery in competition at the very same 1000 km of Spa-Francorchamps.
Also here via sportprototipo
Source: neomechanica, here via o-blivia’s reblogging of neurocorp’s post.
Is this cool or what?
Significantly quicker than my own 320…
Goat Witch by Konstantin Kostadinov
Via ubernoir’s reblogging of morbidfantasy21’s post.
Just dug up some old 8mm tapes and found my ‘82 Toyota! — racecarjoe
Big Fun : )
When Albert Einstein was asked what it was like to be the smartest man in the world, he replied, “I don’t know. Why don’t you ask Nikola Tesla?”
I don’t think any more needs to be said. Do you?
Because this guy was a hero to the guy who is my hero, making him a superhero.
Kinda neat how that works, isn’t it?
The Old Ones knew… so much.
And then the “ancient” Egyptians came upon the magnificence of these structures and proceeded to build a culture around and in awe of them.
Model: Katrina Wilkinson
Simone by Mr Y. for YUME.
Hair and make-up by Tegan Turnbull.
Lady of the Lake
All of these are via the beautiful elven-beauties
So lovely… I worship these Goddesses and offer myself to them all.
Enjoy God’s most perfect work..
Spotted due to my catching elven-beauties’ reblog of gerardchillcott’s glorious post. Now following Gerard.
This is a lovely shot of a scrumptious young model. Yay, I must say!
Piper’s Yowie Footage: On August 28th of 2000, Steven Piper reportedly captured footage of a Yowie (Australia’s Bigfoot) while in New South Wales.
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Is it? Well… maybe… maybe not. Could be, though. They’re as elusive as our version and a lot nastier for reasons unknown.
So nasty in fact that there are areas where folks try to avoid at all costs,even if they’re piloting a tractor-trailer truck.
So, um, yeah. I’d still dig going on searches. Especially if carrying extra underwear. Sadly the forces of evil won’t let the Australian people protect themselves.
Well, good golly gosh!
While searching for “fortean” on tumblr for new blogs, I came across this post from Andy McGrath’s thebeastsofbritain, (which I already follow as it’s an excellent blog), regarding a visit by himself and Champ researcher Katy Elizabeth, both Fortean Facebook friends, with a dear old friend of mine!
Whilst travelling from Maine to Vermont with my friend Katy Elizabeth, we stopped at the home of American Fortean, James Boyd, to admire his awesome collection. He was a true gentleman full of awesome stories and experiences and a very gracious host.
#James Boyd – #fortean – #cryptozoology – #Nessie witness – #international cryptozoology conference – #Beasts of Britain – #Katy Elizabeth – #champ search – #Andy McGrath – #New England – #BOB in the USA
Wow, this was an awesome surprise. Due to my situation, I haven’t seen Jim in ages, well over a decade now, sadly. He is as described above and more… a good friend to have. A Fortean since forever and a dedicated supporter of the International Fortean Organization for decades.
Hopefully I will get to hang out with him again one day…
Good gracious! This is Audio Research’s latest flagship power amplifier, the Reference 750SE. It is a monoblock. For audio novices, that means that it is a monophonic unit so you will need one for each channel, i.e., two for stereo. The specs are pretty impressive, -110dB is a great signal to noise spec for a power amp. They don’t list distortion, though. 🙂
It costs $70,000.00.
Your audio porn has been delivered!
Cavallo Metafisco, Salvador Dali
Sal knocks it outta the park!
Elon Musk @elonmusk Verified account
Starship test flight rocket just finished assembly at the
@SpaceX Texas launch site. This is an actual picture, not a rendering.
Elon Musk @elonmusk Verified account
10:36 PM – 10 Jan 2019
This is for suborbital VTOL tests. Orbital version is taller, has thicker skins (won’t wrinkle) & a smoothly curving nose section.
Now that’s a stylin’ Starship test flight rocket if I ever saw one!
The future is bright.
We’ve seen the far side quite a few times – from orbit…
These are the first ever images taken from the ground on the far side of the Moon.
Captured by the Chinese Lunar Exploration Project (CLEP)’s history-making Chang’e-4 spacecraft.
This is simply FanFreakin’tastic!
Such wonderfuil things are coming!
Horusset – One Thing I Remember [FULL EP]
Published on Aug 26, 2017
Joshua (Baldrick) Rasmussen – Vocals,
Charlie Wallace – Guitar,
Jevon Quirk – Bass,
Matt Hughes – Drums
Horusset – One Thing I Remember EP
Follow Horusset on Facebook: www.facebook.com/horusset
00:00 – Only Human
04:13 – Find Your Own
08:20 – Moth To A Flame
13:01 – Thrive
– Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/subscription_… – Listen on Spotify: open.spotify.com/album/1W1jhY… – Get it on BandCamp: horusset.bandcamp.com – iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/one… – Amazon: www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06W…
Engineered by Nick Blow at Sister Lung Productions
Mastered by Chris Chetland at Kog Studios
℗&© 2017 Horusset
This is wonderful! By a group of the hardest rockin’ yet nicest guys ever and in their day job they are without a doubt the BEST guitar teachers in the known universe. Simply superb.
John Oliver’s original form by Alejandro Mirabal
Illustration for Neill Blomkamp’s latest project.
Here via morbidfantasy21
Plate XXVII. Brain and ear. Descriptive anatomy of the horse and domestic animals. 1870.
“Right infero-lateral view of the head.” Strangeways’ veterinary anatomy. 1879.
Via the one and only nemfrog
Lookit the size o’ those rear tires!
Nice plate, too. God, Mr. Shelby got it so very right…
Lookit the size o’ those tyres!
The car that changed everything.
by MDM Photography via brecbc123
All rights reserved by heathercampbellhome
Here via quiet-nymph
A most appropriate car number, that, eh, what…
Here via aimfortheapex, which is a very good blog.
And now, folks, it’s time for 刘思杨作业WIP by 翼次方 CG www.artstation.com/artwork/1nLLO8 via me spotting handmadefart’s reblogging of ravenkult’s post.
A rather hefty lad…
Monsters to Laugh With #3
(Stan Lee 1965)
Here due to swampthingy’s reblogging of monstermelodies’ post.
Sweet. RIP Mr. Lee.
The newly announced audio-technica AT-LPW40WN. I am a big fan of direct drive for technical and audio reasons, but, man, is this pretty or what?
Big fan of audio-technica, too, as they are phono fanatics for over 50 years. I have their AT-LP1240-USB, which is absolutely killer and it plays 78s. Got some sizable collection of old 78s. Need a 78 stylus, though.
German infantry moving under the cover of a light tank Pz.Kpfw.I Ausf.B, Norway, spring 1940.
I am hoping that these men are not the comrades of the landser from a couple of posts back! They are certainly mighty close together.
“This image was taken by a man named Peter Groves in January of 2019. He claims to have seen the Thylacine when he was walking a trail in Clifton Springs, Australia. Groves said that the animal did not seem to be wary of him at all and that they stared at each other for about 5 minutes. Some believe it looks like a mangy canine or a fox, but others see a striking resemblance to the Thylacine that was in the film The Hunter and dub it as a hoax.”
God, there are so many hoaxes. I hope this is not one of them, but, not having seen The Hunter, it is sad that it quite likely likely is exactly that.