A BBC crew has managed to capture a video of the formation of a “brinicle”, an icicle made from brine. The time lapse video shows the formation of a brinicle in super cold water of the Antarctic, as it sinks to the ocean floor wreaking havoc and freezing everything that may be unfortunate enough to come in its way.
World of Warcraft finally figured they could use the power of Chuck Norris.
Laws of physics rarely hold any ground in movies, but for our hero Akshay Kumar here, they do not exist. Here’s a quick synopsis of the video: the hero chases a car on roller skates, drop kicks two cars simultaneously to make them fall on their side, somehow causes spontaneous combustion in cars that seem to fly into the air and take their merry time falling back on earth somehow targeting our hero, and of course he gets the bad guy in the end.
We’re pretty sure this guy would be one of the greatest assassins, had he been in Wanted. Because really, you can’t change the course of a bullet as good as this guy hits with a boomerang. Just look at him go, and marvel at his accuracy.
That, right there ladies and gentlemen, is how you sell cars.
These photographs were taken for a short film The Sandpit, a film looking at a day in the life of New York City, in miniature. They may all look like the goodness of tilt-shift lens and photography, but photographer Sam O’Hare decided to ditch that technique, and instead opted to get that effect in post production of images captured by his Nikon D3.
ROSA is an epic sci-fi short film that takes place in a post-apocalyptic world where all natural life has disappeared. From the destruction awakes Rosa, a cyborg deployed from the Kernel project, mankind’s last attempt to restore the earth’s ecosystem. Rosa will soon learn that she is not the only entity that has awakened and must fight for her survival.
Off on a road trip loop through the USA, Brian DeFrees spent about two months to cover a distance of 12,225 miles. He started the journey in August and completed it in October, capturing a photograph every 5 seconds from his Canon 60D. Video after the jump.