Altoids tin into DIY survival kit!  One of the better I've seen...think I'd only add a 20 dollar bill (because you know the ATMs won't work) and something to repel bugs in little bits of sealed pieces of straw

How to Customize Your Altoids Survival Kit

Altoids tin into DIY survival kit! One of the better I've seen...think I'd only add a 20 dollar bill (because you know the ATMs won't work) and something to repel bugs in little bits of sealed pieces of straw

Love everything about snow  What's not to love about days filled with snow, board games, and hot chocolate?

Love everything about snow What's not to love about days filled with snow, board games, and hot chocolate?

Starlight | Alexey Kljatov |  As fascinating as macro photography is, most of us think we can’t do it because it requires specialized equipment. Alexey, however, is an inspiration to aspiring amateur photographers everywhere -he created a home-made rig capable of capturing stunning close-up pictures of snowflakes out of old camera parts, boards, screws and tape. His pictures give us an enchanting close-up view of snowflakes that we could never hope for without specialized equipment.

Starlight | Alexey Kljatov | As fascinating as macro photography is, most of us think we can’t do it because it requires specialized equipment. Alexey, however, is an inspiration to aspiring amateur photographers everywhere -he created a home-made rig capable of capturing stunning close-up pictures of snowflakes out of old camera parts, boards, screws and tape. His pictures give us an enchanting close-up view of snowflakes that we could never hope for without specialized equipment.

"Mammatus clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud and severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus, but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds, as well as volcanic ash clouds. When occurring in cumulonimbus, mammatus are often indicative of a particularly strong storm or perhaps even a tornadic storm."

"Mammatus clouds are most often associated with the anvil cloud and severe thunderstorms. They often extend from the base of a cumulonimbus, but may also be found under altocumulus, altostratus, stratocumulus, and cirrus clouds, as well as volcanic ash clouds. When occurring in cumulonimbus, mammatus are often indicative of a particularly strong storm or perhaps even a tornadic storm."

Pinterest
Search