AND…there it goes into the water. Never to be found again. This is how The Lord of the Rings starts, right?
Check out this human interest piece from The New York times about the making of caballitos and the uncertain future of these Peruvian coastal fisherman due to rising seawaters and changing priorities in the younger generations.
Wanna see something pretty cool that won’t cost you a dime? Check out what Google Street View did with their on-board virtual tour of the Royal Caribbean Allure Of The Seas, the world’s largest cruise ship.
Interesting! I just learned from Gizmodo that there’s a giant floating prison in NYC called the Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center. It’s located at 1 Halleck Street in the Bronx, directly across the water from Riker’s Island. Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center is a 625-foot long by 125-foot wide flatbed barge with 100 cells.
This is definitely one of the coolest videos I’ve seen lately. Kevin A. Fraser filmed this piece on David Welsford, a man who has been living his life lately on a 28-foot wooden boat, sailing around the world, and absorbing the beauty of the world around him with just enough to get by. Check out […]
Not that it wasn’t obvious that this was a boat in the rear, but the way it detaches is pretty cool.