Moons and some rings of Saturn, photographed by Cassini, 1 June 2004. Enceladus is the largest moon seen here (the four diffraction spikes from the narrow-angle camera are unusually clear). Prometheus sneaks into a couple of frames at the end, just inside the F Ring. Outside the F Ring are the co-orbital moons Janus and Epimetheus, and I’ve chosen the end-point of the gif so that one loops almost seamlessly into the other.
The rider of this bike was very lucky she wasn’t killed. With the warmer weather, more and more are going to be taking to the streets on bicycles, and it is incredibly important for both motorists and cyclists to be aware of each other. Wear helmets, observe the right of way, and make yourself aware of the traffic laws pertaining to bicycles. I am offering free learning rides to all new cyclists to instill safe practices and habits as early as possible. (at Ybor City)
Throughout The Builder, v. 77 (1899). Original from the University of Michigan. Digitized February 26, 2011.
It’s all built to tomorrow.
Coming up with new ideas for work can be tricky. I made this today and was instantly hit with the realisation that this idea surely has to have been had before, but I like it so here it is for all to see. Sorry if this is an infringement on anyone’s work and if you feel it is then let me know because I’d be more than happy to take it down.
I was on my way to work, zoned out listening to some old school Shania Twain to get my life right, when two construction worker types got on the train at Penn Station. They were both middle-aged white guys with Long Island accents, mustaches, dirty jeans — the type of guys you’d expect to see on a building site. I caught a piece of their conversation when the music died before the song changed, and I decided to record them.