“Steamy Bath” by Marsel van Oosten
During the winter Japanese macaques like to bathe in natural hotsprings that are a constant 42C. Because of the temperature difference between the water and the air, there can be a lot of steam. This usually makes focusing a problem, but I really like the low contrast, soft effect that it gives.
This shot features the highly endangered and very elegant Japanese cranes. To be able to watch their graceful dances in the stunning snow-covered landscape is real privilege I will never get used to.
Manual exposure, spot metered off the snow. by by Marsel van Oosten
”bengal tiger cubs” by Syahrul Ramadan
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COLOSSAL THE SMALL OPENING NIGHT
There’s still time to check it out …the show is running until May 4th.
April 1, 1976: Apple is Founded
On this day in 1976, Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne founded Apple, a business dedicated to selling personal computers.The three founders worked in Jobs’ parents’ garage and developed their first product, Apple I. The following July, Apple introduced 200 personal computers to the market and sold them for $666.66.
Throughout the years, Apple has gained its title as a global leader in the consumer electronics industry due to its iconic products such as the iPhone, iPod, iMac, and iPad.
In 2011, the world had to say goodbye to Apple’s leading force - Steve Jobs. Take a moment to remember the life of Steve Jobs with PBS NewsHour’s special report.
Image (from top to bottom): Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs (Tony Avelar/Bloomberg via Getty Images), An early Apple Macintosh computer c. 1981 (Bertrand LAFORET/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
this deserves a reblog