You can’t tell me this wouldn’t make the most badass-looking ring gear of all time.
Weezbo assembled a fantastic collection of macro photos taken by Indonesian photographer Nordin Seruyan (previously featured here) in his back garden in Borneo, Indonesia. His backyard appears to be a veritable wonderland of beautiful mantises, dragonflies, caterpillars, moths, grasshoppers, ladybugs and other insects.
Head over to Weezbo to view even more.
Large parts of Japan recently received heavy snowfall that, in addition to the usual hazards and travel headaches, provided people with a great opportunity to just go out and play in the snow. Twitter user @syasin_man shared the results of what they got up to with their friends. Not content with simply making snowmen for themselves, they used an unsuspecting neighbor’s bicycle to build this awesomely creepy humanoid snowcat cyclist. RocketNews24 have dubbed it a “Snownyan”, which is a lot of fun to say aloud:
"Although its creator has christened it the “darumanyan” (snowmen are known as “yuki daruma” in Japan, while “nyan” is a playful term used for cats), we felt that “snownyan” worked better for English speakers and internet dwellers in general.”
Jacob’s Well - Wimberley, Texas
hey kids let’s all go jump into the pits of hell
This is the scariest thing I’ve ever seen.
People have actually died in Jacob’s Well, but not just from jumping, you’re too buoyant to really go down far.
But Jacob’s Well draws a lot of scuba divers, and some of them have gotten lost and run out of air. Some of the bodies have never even been found, because the underground river that feeds Jacob’s Well is so complex. I find that terrifying.
I’ve been there. You have to be careful because coming back up from too far and you get stuck under rocks trying to find the surface.
Wow look at that giant hole of NOPE.This is in Texas, right? Why don’t we test out this so called well by dropping some of the republicans down there?