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Evolution (2016)

The French sci-fi horror Evolution is too deliberately mysterious & quietly still to appeal to a wide audience. If I had to boil my take on the film down to a single adjective it’d be “stubborn.” Evolution presents a cold, discomforting world in which children are put in danger for a supernatural purpose, a circumstance the film has no interest in explaining, only for the camera to quietly, clinically stare at their unlikely predicament. 430 more words

Brandon Ledet

Conjoined Twin Starfish

I made this using Stella 4d: Polyhedron Navigator. You can try this program for yourself at this website.


The private life of a star

We walked out into a bed of dead corals at sunset, meaning to walk to a point where the corals were alive. The tide was coming in, and we had little time. 105 more words


Hundreds of dead lobsters, starfish and crabs found washed ashore in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

These are just some of the estimated 100 lobsters Josephine Chubbs said washed up on the beach near her Norris Point home in December – ¬©Submitted photo… 417 more words


52 weeks (1)- Rule of Thirds

Best way to start a new year is with a photo challenge. Found this article on PetaPixel¬†and decided to join Dogwood’s 52 weeks photo challenge straight away. 75 more words


A starfish story

During our stroll in Zandvoort, on the beach, we came across hundred of starfish, crabs and shells, thrown from the water far by furious waves. The sadness took me quick by the hand: I’ve never seen an alive crab on the beaches of The Netherlands, but dead plenty. 269 more words

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