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Alex Kanevsky (b. 1963, Rostvo-na-Donu, Russia) - 1: Monet in His Garden, 2012 Paintings: Oil on Panel 2: C.B. In Water, 2012 Paintings: Oil on Wood 3: Four Doors, 2012 Paintings: Oil on Panel 4: Twins’ Bath, 2010 Paintings: Oil on Linen
In recent news of typhoon Haiyan, photographer Elke Vogelsang has decided that all downloads of the above vertical image “before you speak, make sure your tongue is connected to your brain” (in other words; think before you speak) will go entirely to Akiton, a rescue organization helping victims in the Philippines during this devastating time. Each download costs only 2.99 USD and 2 USD, which is the photographers share, will go to the aiding those in need. Click here to view and download.
Did you know that in 2011 a bizarre underwater “icicle of death” was filmed by a BBC crew? They did it using timelapse cameras, under the ice at Little Razorback Island, near Antarctica’s Ross Archipelago.
The icy phenomenon, called a brinicle, is caused by cold, sinking brine, which is more dense than the rest of the sea water. When salt-rich water leaks out of sea ice, it sinks into the sea and can occasionally create an eerie finger of ice. Brinicles are found in both the Arctic and the Antarctic.