This clever video perfectly captures the chaos of Shanghai—or any city, really—by showing how people can seem alone even if they’re surrounded by millions of people. JT Singh, the media artist in the video, walks forward while the rest of the world is walking backwards in the reversed footage and it’s so surreal to see.
River of Light
I was doing my first cross country drive and made a lot of scenic stops. This one is a scenic exit in Southern Utah that I had to pull out the camera and tripod for. It was around 8:30pm and very dark but definitely happy with how the picture came out! Shot with Sony a7s, Canon 16-35mm, f/11, 10” exposure, ISO 640.
There she grows!
A picky plant found in West Africa may grow only on top of mineral deposits often loaded with diamonds, according to research soon to be published in the journalEconomic Geology. Stephen Haggerty, a professor at Florida International University in Miami and the chief exploration officer of Youssef Diamond Mining Company, said the discovery could be a game changer for the region.
Everyone from Chipotle to the Food Babe rails against genetically modified ingredients, and laws to label GMO foods are making progress in some states. But the laser focus on GMOs is misguided, because most of the concerns people raise about them aren’t really about GMOs.
Yesterday at the Hoover Dam, the first licensed self-driving truck was unveiled to the world, begging the question: are there Autobots among us?
We’ve all been there: You’re standing in front of the fridge in your underwear at midnight, scanning its contents for a second (or maybe even a third) late-night snack. You’re not hungry, but that leftover cheesecake is calling your name.