7 posts tagged Florida
7 posts tagged Florida
Artist and Humanitarian collective Evoca1 recently completed this breathtaking mural in Miami, Florida.
The Land O’ Lakes Flapjack Festival is an annual tradition in the community of Land O’ Lakes, Florida. It includes parade floats, a pageant, honorary mayor, and lots of pancake eating (including pancake eating contests). A day devoted entirely to celebrating pancakes. Awesome.
(Photo via tomthevet)
According to Leon, “The image is a metaphor for the forgotten playfulness in life, never forget to explore your creativity by keeping your inner child close.”
Photos by Leon Keer.
[via Street Art Utopia]
Georgette of Devious Body Art in West Palm Beach, Florida painted this incredibly awesome Venom Symbiote on the body of an impressively burly man. Believe it or not, this ferocious and beautiful look was achieved in under two hours.
[via Obvious Winner]
A kangaroo, a lemur, and a deer walk into a bar… okay wait, maybe it’s not a bar. Actually it’s a some sort of grassy yard and they aren’t drinking, they’re playing. Well, the kangaroo is a more of a spectator and the lemur mostly wants to mess with the deer, but the deer has some serious soccer skillz.
We’ve seen plenty of photos of animals of different species hanging out and cuddling and we never get tired of those. But we haven’t run across many actual videos like this where the different animals are actively playing together. That is, until io9 introduced us to a YouTube channel belonging to 4u2roos. All of the videos are filmed at the Exotic Experience in Orlando and they are positively brimming with lemurs, dogs, kangaroos, tiny deer, and small horses having fun and being cute and, most importantly, being cute together.
Set aside an hour or two and head over to the 4u2roos YouTube channel to watch a bunch of different animals enjoying each other’s company.
“Empire State”, “Everglades, Florida”, “Battery Park Night, New York”, and “Big Sur” by American photographer and filmmaker Randy Scott Slavin, whose work makes us view the world in another light. For his Alternate Perspective series Randy can take up to a hundred photos of a scene in order to construct a 360 degree image before stitching them all together to create a fantastic stereographic projection like the ones you see here.