Fast immer, manchmal oder auch ab und an gibt es hier einen Sammelpost mit allem, was es nicht zu einem eigenen Artikel gebracht hat. Das ist mal mehr, mal weniger. Mal gucken, wie’s klappt.
The 2021 Ramp Rollover Competition at Speedway Warneton was as entertaining as previous years. The rollovers were filmed from 2 different angles for the first time. The driver who makes the most spectacular rollover wins the competition. Enjoy the video!
Ants secrete a pheromone called Trail pheromones so it can lead members of its own species toward a food source. Like a cube of Borg drones that’s been separated from the collective, these army ants were somehow separated from the main foraging party and they lost the pheromone trail and began to follow one another, forming a continuously rotating circle. The ants that are stuck in the „antnado“ will usually die of exhaustion. Luckily for these ants, they only swirled for about half hour and then another half hour later, not an ant could be seen. It’s a real-life Antnado! (yes, I’m claiming to be the first one to coin the name).
My latest. „Phantom of the Raptor“. Filmed in July 2020 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage, AK. during a F-22 „Raptor“ demonstration by pilot Maj. Joshua „Cabo“ Gunderson. All footage was shot on the Phantom Flex4K at 1000FPS out of the open door of a UH-60 „Black Hawk“ helicopter hovering at about 3000 feet.
Between 1976 and 1980, young Manhattan photographer David Godlis documented the nightly goings-on at the Bowery’s legendary CBGB, “the undisputed birthplace of punk rock,” with a vividly distinctive style of night photography. Lewie and Noah Kloster bring his photos to life with electrifying immediacy, bolstered by black-and-white watercolor animation, a rollicking soundtrack, and voiceover narration by Godlis himself.
After witnessing a crime, a group of children is forced to keep it a secret. Auguste, the youngest kid, finds the burden too heavy and decides to break the silence. To punish his behavior, the rest of the children get rid of him.
We came across this dead whale on the California coast near Tomales Bay right before it exploded!