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Teeny, tiny, baby #anole hunting for insects in the middle of the night. It’s either definitely going to survive through Winter, or it’ll drop dead from exhaustion long before. It’s maybe 2 inches from tip to tail.






Theo Jansen  Strandbeest

Side note: These don’t have motors. They’re completely momentum/wind-powered and literally just wander around beaches unsupervised like giant abstract monsters.

these are both amazing and COMPLETELY TERRIFYING

i’m unreasonably freaked out and disturbed by these

Is this in some kind of uncanny valley?? It’s like an uncanny Communist march or something.

And for some reason I can’t help but imagine these things eternally striding across a barren, lifeless world.

Well, I know what my nightmares will have today.




this would look really cool in a horror film, all from the recordings of an iphone or something, ends on a cliff-hanger then the battery dies

OK SO LET ME TELL YOU A STORY which basically boils down to MY CAMERA DOES THIS.


Well not all the time but enough times for it to be worrying.

  1. The first time I was taking pictures up in the mountains near where I lived and I was taking a landscape shot near this creepy door that just stands alone in the middle of nowhere, and it flashed up “blink detected” and put a square over apparently nothing.
  2. The second time I was urban exploring in a fucking abandoned hospital and it came up with the face detected square twice, once outside and once in a dark hallway, and one of those times there was apparently a blink detected.
  3. The third time I was urban exploring in an abandoned village and I took a photo of the back garden of one of the abandoned houses and yup, “faces were detected in this image”. 

I’m at least 110% convinced I have a magic camera. It sees dead people.

Y’all fuckers are out here exploring abandoned villages and shit and wondering why you’re seeing ghosts

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