I wonder how fun it would be to wander these dried up desert river beds.
It’s close to the top right if you are having trouble. Right below the fire-upvote
National Geographic did an article a while back on some of the fiercest rivalries. The picture that got me were the 50 ft high fences around the field covered in razor/barbed wire with fires in the middle of the stands in the background. The
Thank you! Basically in weddings in tunisia there’s always a group of people singing and they believe that heating their drums beforehand will provide louder, clearer percussions. Whenever they cool down they put the drums near the fire again, and I decide to take
I have no idea. I found it on Wikipedia and searched for it here before posting, but I suppose it’s possible.
Best guess is they are trying to deal with the coal seem/storage pile being on fire by moving it and dumping it somewhere where it can burn safely like a nearby rock quarry or something.
It’s one of my favorite places on earth! It’s hard to take a bad photo there 🙂
Good OP, putting the wiki article in the comments. Have some upvotes. Also, sick picture.
Here’s the aftermath of one we had back in March.
original link http://sobowidz-foundry.tripod.com/cast_iron_cast_steel_department/DSC_0095temp.JPG
What a perfect desert photo! The complete absence of scale makes it only more intriguing. I can’t say if the boulder is 1, 5 or 20 meters high. Beautiful sky as well.
well it was a small school. the first one just looked better than [this one](http://i.imgur.com/oMa9bKK.jpg)
Why destroy it? Why not turn it into a school, a medical center, library, something governmental/pro-social? Last I checked it’s not like Libya has an overabundance of infrastructure. It just seems an unnecessary act of destruction. Maybe it was destroyed from fighting? Or basically
>A smouldering mountainside, seen under the stars after being burned by the Silver Fire near Banning, California, on August 7, 2013. By David McNew. Source & more photos: http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2013/08/californias-silver-fire/100571/
I’m sure there are some giant, fireproof spiders swirling around in there too.
thats for a very long exposure, where it captures the movement of the stars. This exposure was only 30 seconds long! Thats not nearly long enough to capture the star trails.
almost burnt some of mine of when i took some of theese pics 😉