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35original:

Архипо-Осиповка / Краснодарский Край / РоссияМарт, 2013

35original:

Архипо-Осиповка / Краснодарский Край / Россия
Март, 2013

retroadv:

Shailene Woodley - Photographed by Andrew Eccles

Photographic Collection 12 […more Images]

retroadv:

Penelope 1966 - Director: Arthur Hiller

Penelope - Illustrierte Film-Bühne Nr. 7553

Natalie Wood, Ian Bannen, Dick Shawn, Peter Falk, Lila Kedrova, Jonathan Winters, Norma Crane

Penelope 1966 […more Images]

When James met Penelope at a club, it took all of three weeks before they were married. But after the marriage, other girls became attracted to James and he kept getting promoted, which took him away from Penelope. So Peenlope puts on a disguise and robs her husbands bank. Her psychiatrist, Greg, believes that that condition is caused by James being over worked and under roamntic with Penelope. She also tells Greg that she robs the business associates of James. But Greg is in love with Peenlope - in fact everyone likes her. The issue is when she conefsses to her crimes, no one believes her.

chibiheleney:

theyoungunknown:

Jess and Helene, photographed by Laura B.

its me and my best friend yo ;)

chibiheleney:

theyoungunknown:

Jess and Helene, photographed by Laura B.

its me and my best friend yo ;)

knowledgethroughscience:

Fire tornadoes(also called fire whirls, firenados, fire devils) are rare weather events that occur when a unique set of conditions come together.

They can come in different sizes and intensities. Most commonly, fire whirls occur when hot, strong winds, often whipping through trees, come into contact with already raging bushfires. Updraughts of hot air catch the fire and surrounding winds send it whirling into the air, sucking up debris and flammable gases. They also acquire a vertical vorticity. CSIRO fire researcher Dr Andrew Sullivan says that in order for a vortex to form, a ‘shear’ must be present, which is a flow (for example a prevailing fire or wind) coming perpendicular to another.

The gif above is from one of the the most recent firenado video filmed last year in Australia, by filmmaker Chris Tangey. For 40 minutes he watched in amazement as several 30-metre (98 ft) tall fire tornadoes danced just a short distance away from him.

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