From a hide attached to the old millworker’s cottage near Bristol where he lives with his wife, TV host Philippa Forrester, he has spent thousands of hours photographing the elusive bird.
Click to enjoy the stunning images by Charlie Hamilton James: Kingfishers in action
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Gyroscopically stabilized CD-player(s) in microgravity onboard the International Space Station.
(April 26, 2003) — In his final episode of Saturday Morning Science, Expedition Six NASA ISS Science Officer Don Pettit demonstrates gyroscopic spin stabilization. Pettit floats several portable compact disc players in microgravity that are spinning and not spinning:
I’ve had my GF for 2 years now (practically lives with me) - small white, petite thang, cooks for me, always been good to me.
I go away on holiday for a week, come back and something just doesn’t seem right. I asked my Father if he had seen anything happen with my GF and he acts clueless.
So fast forward to 3 weeks later… I’m coming home from work when BAM clear as day, right in my Kitchen I catch my Father red handed with his meat in my GF.
I was pi**ed, told him to get his meat out of GF and GTFO, needless to say my GF got turned off. I just couldn’t get over it and that night kicked my GF to the curb.
A cool photo project, based on the Mirror’s Edge game. To recreate the game in real life... Must have taken a loooot of time and work:
Author: Jesse James Allen
Mirror's Edge Photographs
Go Home Ball is here! It's your job to get Ball home. Ball lives in a hollow tree stump in a forest. Thankfully, said forest is filled with ramps, bridges, floating platforms, mine carts and more. These items are thoughtfully configured into those Goldberg-esque contraptions that you're just too tired to build anymore.
PLAY: Go Home Ball
5. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2:
4. Splinter Cell Conviction:
3. Metal Gear Solid: Rising:
2. Alan Wake:
1. Assassins Creed: