The details on the right are incorrect, but the description says: > The apartment on the 2nd floor has 70 sqm of net area and consist of one entry hall, a kitchen, a bathroom, the living room, one large bedroom and another small bedroom
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People who downvoted you are ignorant. [Photoelasticity](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photoelasticity) is a well-known phenomenon. Light reflected from a transparent material surface, like seawater, becomes polarized. Stresses in the plastic window of the airplane rotate the polarization. When you take a photograph of the surface using a polarized
Definitely check out Silver River State Park. I kayaked Silver River back in 2007 when the area around the headspring was still an amusement park. As of Oct 1, 2013, it’s a state park. I’d have returned many times over by now but I
What you’re saying is true. I have some evidence but it raises more questions. For starters I’ve been reading both Arabic (right-to left) and English (you should know you’re reading this) my whole life. It’s a matter of going “oh the book flips this
Not really, I think that shadow is coming from the cliffs behind the camera, not the point with the lighthouse. the lighthouse doesn’t sit high enough to cast a shadow like that. Then again, its been a few years since [I was there](http://static.squarespace.com/static/503ec72be4b002a53e27a441/503ed27ec4aa93dffe10ecfe/504174d4c4aa0a1a2212433e/1346467028707/Nugget%20Point%20Lighthouse.jpg?format=1500w), so
Yeah, I got poked a lot. The roots get taller as you approach the plant, so I couldn’t get any closer than I was for that particular shot. I had to be really careful not to damage anything – slow movements and really tiny,
Not real though, it was removed from National Geographic’s Picture of the day. (july 8th) It’s a composite with [this image](https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151125323640409&set=a.10151125323600409.483341.634465408&type=1&permPage=1)
Amazing shot. I was there on my honeymoon a few years ago and this brings back great memories.
I study metals and viruses in the ocean, but other people use the vessel to record a time series of changing physical, chemical, and biological ocean data.
i worked thre for a year on a contract. Not for the hotel, but for a company in the building. Itsa very nice place inside. Its in the Montreal world trade Center. Basically they have put a glass roof between buildings, on top of
I went to Indiana over the summer for a camping trip. That beach was closed though because the dunes were shifting. We went to a different beach which was pretty nice as well. The water was clean and clear and good temp. Only thing
You know, I have been having a really shitty fucking night. I like water pictures a lot. Sometimes this shit gets stupid with the same crazy colorful “inside the barrel shots at sunset” shit. Thanks for posting this. This is an incredible picture and
Concrete doesn’t exactly rust but the steel reinforcement rebar inside it will. When the rebar rusts it expands and will fracture the concrete. Concrete naturally has a basic pH around 13.5 which allows steel to form a protective layer on it but high salt
Alpine is the word used for mountain environments above the timber line, does not have to be in the alps. And yes indeed the nature in Sweden is beautiful!
If you’re on or near the east coast of the US and like tropical islands, it’s a wonderland. The beaches are beautiful, there’s plenty of historical sites, and the weather is great! It has a large British influence and feels much safer than the
The American side is worth visiting though. Three Sister island has a lot of nice walks where you can get right up to the rapids as the water nears the falls (you can easily step into the river if you are so inclined where
It has a natural spring but it was also used as a pool during the Roman occupation at Hierapolis. The site is located in Pamukkale Denizli/Turkey. Pamukkale means cotton castle. one of the coolest places.
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Anyone know what those very large, very creepy looking sea stars are in the bottom left corner? The white ones with long arms.
I’ve actually been there! We went Scuba Diving in the hole, went down to like, 140 feet and I got nitrogen narcosis down there. It’s a feeling of being sort of drunk underwater for being so deep, and you can only get it once.
Thank you. It’s a great location. The biggest fall in the wall is impressive, but the smaller ones have more of a charm to them.
When the planet gets hot, it’s accompanied by a pretty identical rise in CO2. There is a natural ceiling to those CO2 levels. Fun fact – CO2 level have *never ever* naturally been this high for as long as you can get palaeoclimatology data
Peripheral vaso-constriction acts in everyone to conserve heat by shutting off blood flow to the extremities. As a cold water distance swimmer who lives in Northern Europe, this still happens me in temperatures I consider very warm (18C). I feel cold to the touch
Because, believe it or not, not everyone knows how a camera works. To someone who doesn’t understand the terms “shutter” “aperture” “exposure” etc they can gather a lot more information from “high speed photography”.