“Into the Deep.”

“Into the Deep.”

Seawater pours into the gaping maw of Thor’s Well in this photo submitted by Gary Fua. Located in Oregon near Cape Perpetua, the dangerous but beautiful hole, also known as Spouting Horn, is estimated to be about 20 feet deep. Photograph by Gary Fua, National Geographic Your Shot Source: Photo of the Day: Best of … Continue reading

“The Sad Story of Ned Kelly’s Mum”.

“The Sad Story of Ned Kelly’s Mum”.

Ellen Kelly (c.1832–1923), matriarch and mother of Ned Kelly, was born in County Antrim, Ireland, fourth of eleven children of James Quinn, farmer, and his wife Mary. The Quinn family migrated to Australia in 1841. After a period of menial work in Melbourne, James took the family north to rented farmland at Brunswick, then in … Continue reading

“Russell Street.”

“Russell Street.”

Many years ago my mate Bazza had his car stolen in Adelaide and after numerous phone calls to the police he had given up ever finding it again. Three weeks past and he got a call at work in the Islington Railway workshops from the cops who informed him that they had found his car … Continue reading

“Hoxxoh’s Kaleidoscopic Art”.

“Hoxxoh’s Kaleidoscopic Art”.

Miami-based artist Douglas Hoekzema, also known as Hoxxoh, creates incredibly beautiful kaleidoscopic murals. By layering different colored continuous rings, he can turn a plain wall into a hypnotizing portal-looking mural that looks like you could be sucked in if you stand too close! The artist has been drawing since he was a teenager and with … Continue reading

“Tree Goats of Morocco”.

“Tree Goats of Morocco”.

 The Tree Goats of Morocco.  Photo by yellow magpie on Flickr | Copyright: Creative Commons Contributor: EricGrundhauser The Argania tree is not the most aesthetically pleasing plant in the world with a rough, thorny bark and gangly, crooked branches, but the Moroccan arbor still tends to attract admirers thanks in large part to the hordes … Continue reading