Como se vería el traje de Batman en estilo Maya?
El artista Mexicano Kimbal creo este batitraje que emula al antiguo dios Camaztoz del inframundo que tenia cabeza de murcielago.
El batitraje Maya estará en exhibición en el Museo Mexicano del Diseño junto con mas piezas en honor al 75 aniversario del caballero de la noche.
The things you learn on Tumblr - Those Mayans, man they got the jump on everything, even Batman.
Bee hives on a mountain slope in the mountains of Shennongjia Nature Reserve in central China’s Hubei province. The wooden boxes are balanced on the karstic mountains of the reserve and the beekeeper has to clamber on top of them to get to the next one. To work his bees, the beekeeper has to stand on top of one hive to get to the one above. China, where beekeeping has been carried out since the second century, produces half of the world’s supply of honey.
Photo credit: Xinhua Landov/Barcroft Media
Hello Inside the Actor’s Studio creepy interviewer guy, James Lipton - I’ve found the job I’d rather not have…if I ever have to answer those pesky Bernard Pivó questionnaire…
Also, who in the 2nd century (and since) thought this would be a good solution?
Amazingly, this happens 50-60 times a day at my house these days. This hen is lucky to get a nesting box all to herself — oft times they pile in 3-4 high and shriek at each other. It’s a lovely sound. lol.
I like the look of panic on the hen’s face — YOU aren’t going to come in here are you? No? Good, now move along, move along, nothing to see here. Also one of the best photos I’ve ever taken with my POS iPhone4.
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
SUNDAY 7 - #3 ROLLER DERBY #10 SKATE BOARDThe original skateboard from the ’60s.
This was mine as a kid. My sisters and I never mastered riding it. We sat on it a lot and rode it down the driveway a few times. It has cool steel wheels.
Nearly all of the wear and tear came from my Dad using it to roll potted plants around they yard for the past 40 years. Yeah, we are practical kind of people. In fact, a few years back when my sister emailed that she was taking ‘spinning’ class, I immediately knew it was wool spinning and not cycling. We are not a gym class kind of family. The skate board now hangs on the wall in the utility room.
That’s also the black cat that lives at my house. I’d say she’s mine but does a cat really belong to anyone? She was dumped here when she was 6 weeks old to be “coyote chow.” It’s a thing here. Not a good thing.
I HATE Halloween.
I’m the biggest whimp EVER. When I was home alone I used to check the cable channel for the entire night to make sure I didn’t fall asleep and wake up during a horror movie.
I’ve never actually seen a horror movie even the classics that came out while I was growing up - Amityville Horror and The Exorcist. I can’t imagine how much grosser they are urrently with more sophisticated special effects. I don’t know why anyone would want to watch them? I’m sure when Kevin and i broke up he had a lot of catching up to do.
Jaws may be the closest, maybe SIlence of the Lambs? but that’s about it.
The past few days my dash is full of clips that are really gross. I know this comes with the territory and is all good fun but yuck.
I’m not saying don’t watch or anything like that. Enjoy. I’m just saying that I’ll be happy when November rolls around and attention turns back to schmaltzy Holiday themed stuff. :)
See we all want the same things, right?
i love seeing girls close ranks when their fella is cheating, instead of defending him and attacking the other girls. like seriously. it warms my cold, cold heart so much.
i need the rest of this story, where did you put the body
I love this…
Dating these days, I don’t get it.
I dated two men in the year before I started dating Kevin, which is 20+ years ago now. This is important. I’ve heard from both of them in the nearly two years since Kevin and I broke up and both apparently thought they could just waltz back into my life and pick up where we left off. Is it me or is that weird?
I’m not a prude particularly, and yes, I’m past the age where anyone is going to question whether or not I’m a virgin, but how about wining and dining someone and seeing if you are in fact, compatible 20 years later.
The first had been good friends with Kev. We dated for close to two years. He married the girl he dated immediately after me and they divorced a few months before Kevin and I broke up. He actually moved north, quit smoking, is in great shape from cycling, and told me he has some booty call girl in the city where he’s living. He was forward, but it smacked of revenge so I passed. He was mad but moved on.
The second guy I’ve been in touch with over the years. He has historically dated super young blonds—like 18-25. Within the past 6 months he was considering marrying a girl who was CLEARLY more interested in his money than anything else.
Here’s the text that I received Friday around midnight:
"Hey I may be in the valley tomorrow night. do u want to hang out? we can go to a hot country bar then stay over somewhere without chickens."
His previous message had to do with frolicking naked in my yard and hanging out in my hot tub which quite honestly had me laughing, as the hot tub has been a pond (full of goldfish and algae) for a decade, and I’m pretty certain that no one wants to frolic naked in a yard full of chickens.
Also, I wouldn’t even know where to find a hot country bar these days — they were common enough 20 years ago but went out of fashion not long afterward. I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t want to hang out there.
When people ask me why I’m not dating, this is why. Where do normal people meet other normal people? I want to get to know someone before i jump into bed with them, do people still do that?
While the coloring is already strange enough, the burger flavors are just as equally bizarre. The black burger has squid ink colored and flavored buns, and is filled with mashed potatoes, truffle sauce, and two beef patties. The white burger features a plain bun topped with mushroom sauce, mashed potatoes, bacon and a fried chicken patty. The burgers were part of the Black and White meal being promoted by McDonald’s in Taiwan.
I keep seeing these promos and think that if they are going to go black / white that McDonalds should pony up to use Ayam Cemani chickens as the protein - black through and through they fit the bill
Of course the US price for a juvenile pair is $2,000. USD so mabe a little pricey for Mickey D’s. Still…
El Calvario Cemetary in Xela, Guatemala
I love cemeteries. People are often buried in the same manner that they live. And culturally, you can tell so much about a place and the inhabitants if you look at the cemeteries. I always visit them when I’m on the road here or abroad. Love, love, love them.
This is such a beautiful photograph.
departing darkness /
leaves behind a parting shot /
harmony of light
(via The Poetry of Tiwago)
Love this shot. Nice!
Tapping into gravity fed systems - Porto Flavia was considered an engineering feat when it became operative in 1924 as it slashed ore production costs by up to 70 percent, allowing Veille Montaigne to gain a strong market share in a short time. The construction of Porto Flavia paid for itself in under two years, and was considered a technical marvel.
Porto Flavia is a UNESCO-protected site, and is one of the suggested destinations for tours of minerary and industrial archeology sites in the region. Daily tours are held in the tunnel, guided by former workers or mining technicians of IGEA
White Crested Black Polish Chickens - 5 weeks
A classical crested Polish Chicken.
They had them “On Special” at Ideal Poultry and I really wanted a Buff-laced Polish so, of course, I order 30 and not one Buff in the bunch, lol. Still. the advantage of mixes, is that you often realize that what you thought would be your favorite, isn’t actually.
These are by far the most interesting chicks developmentally that I have had. I can see why people flock (ha ha) to them and never go back to standard birds) there is something exotic about them.
Polish chickens are born with domed skulls to help support the feathers. They are not apparently from Poland, and have shown up in paintings going back to the 1500s. They are a little on the small side when fully grown and are famous for their Phyllis Diller hairstyles.
There will be more pics as we go along. Fair warning.