The History of Digital Storage: The whirring hard drives that once occupied entire university labs held but a fraction of the data we carry in our pockets every day — and thats only 50 years of progress.
Grand Teton and Wildflowers, Wyoming. By Adam Jones - Pixdaus [Note: this picture is made up of 2 different photographs, one of a flower garden, one of the river/mountain scene. It's still a beautiful result even if it's photoshopped or whatever.
The funny thing is when you start speaking truth and stop spitting "feel good vibes" suddenly the room gets a lot quieter. . And at first your human mind will think "omg what happened? Why don't they like my content anymore? What happened to the applause cheers and affirmation?!? Say that other stuff again. Go back to saying the stuff that makes them feel good and reward me by making me feel good for sharing again." ... And if you can see that just watch just witness the mind saying that and…
A frozen ice pear! - from an iceberg to a single icicle droplet - I love the extent of activity in this one drop: abstraction, reflection, and the way it contorts the image behind, all giving it its aspect of abstraction