Early comet sightings
- The Halley’s comet on Bayeux Tapestry, made in the 1070s
- People gazing at a comet that appeared in 1264, from Nuova Cronica, a 14th century history of Florence created in a year-by-year linear format by Giovanni Villani
- The Luzerner Schilling, published in 1513, depicting a pass of Halley’s Comet in 1456
- Fall of the Ensisheim Meteorite in 1492, from Luzerner Schilling, 1513
"…Tis but a scratch!"
This is pure awesomeness!
Just thinking about it made it hard to sleep. The next day, I was almost late to game critic Anita…
I went to the New England Aquarium yesterday. It was refreshingly not crowded because it was a Monday.
Yesterday at the aquarium.
"Bro, I’m Telling You, The Date Was Going Well, And Then She Straight Up Turned Into A Latias."
Salomé Illustration for the play by Oscar Wilde by Marcus Behmer, 1897
Marinestück,1906, Hugo Schnars-Alquist
FAVORITE OPENINGS → Neon Genesis Evangelion - Zankoku na Tenshi no Thesis
vincecarters grainy enough??
The rings of summer are passing
into the autumn dusk;
faint wings beat on windows;
there is a rustling under the bricks.
The last light is snaking
along the damn clay;
in its mouth are pomegranates;
its tail is a whip.
Wet night is varnished hell
in this strange town;
Door jambs sprout like trophies;
gargoyles hang from the bricks.
Across the walls of day,
night death has swelled.
As curious as a spectator,
it could not keep away.