4,500-year-old megalithic super-henge found buried one mile from Stonehenge An enormous row of 90 megalithic stones has been found buried beneath the prehistoric super-henge of Durrington Walls earthworks, only one mile from the world-famous site of Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England.
The huge line of megalithic stones lies 3 feet underground and has just been discovered through the use of sophisticated radar equipment. The finding is believed to have been a huge ritual monument.
A Home At The End Of The World by RHADS
Pillow Rock is a glacial erratic
Southern Cheyenne girl
Courtesy: Aboriginal and Tribal Nation News
ESA/Hubble Flashback: Saturn In Natural Colours.
The ring swirling around Saturn consists of chunks of ice and dust. Saturn itself is made of ammonia ice and methane gas. The little dark spot on Saturn is the shadow from Saturn’s moon Enceladus.
View larger image at: www.spacetelescope.org/images/opo9828c/
Credit: Hubble Heritage Team (AURA/STScI/NASA/ESA)
Krishna Plays His Flute
Indian Devotional Print.
Noli me tangere (John 20:1), 1967, Salvador Dali
“Realistic” art of @writingelizabeth’s beautiful creation, Snekley. I for one am going to headcanon this as Crowley’s true form from now on.
Rare Sea Angel Spotted Off Russian Coast
Feb 17, 2020
ID: 3348903 MANDATORY ONSCREEN CREDIT – Aquatilis
Stunning footage has emerged of an alien-like creature swimming under the ice off the coast of Russia. The relaxing video was captured by scientist and diver Alexander Semenov, 34, during a White Sea expedition in 2018. It shows what is known as a sea angel gracefully gliding around the dark ocean, as the ice glows dimly under the sun above. Alexander said: “The Clione limacina, or Sea angel, is an incredible pteropod mollusc which lives in the water column.
Sea angels are gelatinous, mostly transparent, and very small, with the largest species (Clione limacina) reaching 5 cm. C. limacina is a polar species; those found in warmer waters are far smaller. Some species of sea angels feed exclusively on sea butterflies; the angels have terminal mouths with the radula common to mollusks, and tentacles to grasp their prey, sometimes with suckers similar to cephalopods. By rowing their “wings” back and forth at 1–3 Hz, the sea angels swim at speeds up to 100 mm/s (0.22 mph). This is about twice as fast as their prey, the sea butterfly. It is not yet clear whether the sea angel uses its swimming appendages as ‘rowing paddles’ or as ‘wings’.
— My source
A beautiful, graceful animal.
The River Styx by igorivart @deviantart
Horned Princess by Aleksandra Alekseeva
Jack Somack – Spicy Meatball – AlkaSeltzer
Sep 14, 2009
HERE’S ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS TV COMMERCIALS OF ALL TIME! The ground-breaking Alka Seltzer commercial from 1969, a commercial-within-a-commercial showing a series of supposed out-takes, this hilarious spot stars Jack Somack as a hapless commercial actor being forced to eat spicy meatballs in take after take, with an unfortunately increasing gastric price to pay!
One of the best moments ever in the history of television… I love just as much now as I did then!