Cave Cam

Saturday March 28, 2015

The world’s largest cave just had a drone fly through it. (And the result may just restore our faith in drone videos.)

Lentil and Matt Purbrick are Grown & Gathered: a self-sustainable farm in Victoria who will make you want to move to the country. Every month they’ll send a new DIY project our way, starting with this dill pickles recipe.

Odd Pears (Sock Giveaway)

Thursday March 26, 2015

Odd socks might be the bane of laundry day, but the latest range from this Aussie sock brand finds style in the mismatched glory. (And we’ve got some to give away.)

Where’s the Sniper?

Thursday March 26, 2015

These might look like serene landscape photos. But hidden in each one is a well-disguised sniper. Reckon you can spot them?

Thousand Year Photo

Wednesday March 25, 2015

This camera is taking a single long-exposure photo over the course of a millennium. Because good things come to those who wait.

Soy Sauce Tsunami

Tuesday March 24, 2015

A centuries-old fungus that ferments soy sauce was presumed lost in the 2011 tsunami, until researchers stumbled across it amongst the rubble.

The Oldest School Hip-Hop

Tuesday March 24, 2015

This enterprising blog traces the lineage of present day hip-hop to 15th century England. Why? Because messing with our heads is what the internet is made for.

Banding Together

Monday March 23, 2015

When it comes to sport, the players are usually the focus of attention. These photos turn the camera on the brass bands whose performances bookend the contests.

Six Months Alone

Sunday March 22, 2015

Enjoy the great outdoors, fending for yourself and not seeing anyone for six months at a time? Maybe you should become a fire lookout, like Leif Haugen at the Flathead National Park.

Pigeon Paparazzi

Saturday March 21, 2015

Back in 1909, many years before the invention of the Go-Pro and the drone, if you wanted aerial photography you had to get your hands on one of Dr Julius Neubronner’s pigeons.

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