The Simpsons couch gag by John Kricfalusi
i understood that reference
Me encanto ese guiño!
hostia puta, yo ni caí :SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSDSHDLGFHSDGS
Photographing an eclipse of the Moon is fun and easy. You don’t even have to worry about special filters to protect your eyes or your camera. Unlike eclipses of the Sun, eclipses of the Moon are perfectly safe to watch with the naked eye.
A lunar eclipse occurs whenever the Moon passes through Earth’s dark shadow. This can only happen during Full Moon. Although there is a Full Moon every 29 1/2 days, there are only 2 or 3 lunar eclipses a year. That’s because the Moon’s orbit is tipped 5 degrees to Earth’s so the Moon misses Earth’s shadow at most Full Moons.(see: Lunar Eclipses For Beginners)
Watching and photographing an eclipse of the Moon is a relaxing activity since it progresses at a leisurely pace. The eclipse begins as a small notch slowly appears along one edge of the Moon. During the next hour, the Moon gradually dips deeper into Earth’s dark umbral shadow. If the eclipse is a total one, the last remaining minutes of the partial phases can be quite dramatic and beautiful. The crescent of the Moon grows thinner as darkness propagates through a night sky now deprived of moonlight. If you’re away from city lights, the Milky Way becomes bright and beautiful as the total phase begins. It’s quite a remarkable sight. (©2008 by Fred Espenak)
En el sitio aparece todo lo necesario para obtener las mejores imágenes con distinto tipo de equipos, desde dslr a smartphones, y también a través de diversas técnicas.
esto pasa sistemáticamente en una conocida empresa alemana y su filial local.
— Anais Nin (via thenegrotude)
Street Art Santiago. Pasé los 200 me gusta en la página de fb está semana. De a poco toma vuelo mi proyecto.
Early adopters. [fredo&pidgon]
oe que gracioso
New Art on Gametee by AJ Hateley - Valentine, Strife, Angel and Robed Figure.
How to make a fake decapitated head in a jar
Fans of ‘The Walking Dead’ can now sorta become The Governor, by having their own collection of decapitated heads in jars. Mikeasaurus of Instructables teaches us how to create one with this cool DIY guide.
The materials you’ll need are: Photoshop, a large jar, food colouring, a printer, and access to a lamination service. The process of making a bobbing head can be quite long – especially if you’re not proficient in Photoshop – but it’s well worth it when you see the dumbfounded/scared faces of your prank victims!