My Slice Of Life

Just a small town chap reblogging or posting things I like.
hotsuburbandad:

This is fake. They haven’t been sat on that rock for 50 years. If you look closely you can clearly see her swimsuit is different in the second photo, it has stripes on it. And the guy’s shorts seem to have a more floral pattern in the latter photo.Also, if someone sat on a rock for 50 years, it would have made the news. My theory is, they simply returned to the same location 50 years later, and recreated the original photo.

Plus, numbers don’t just float on the water like that.  It’s an obvious shop.

hotsuburbandad:

This is fake. They haven’t been sat on that rock for 50 years. If you look closely you can clearly see her swimsuit is different in the second photo, it has stripes on it. And the guy’s shorts seem to have a more floral pattern in the latter photo.Also, if someone sat on a rock for 50 years, it would have made the news. My theory is, they simply returned to the same location 50 years later, and recreated the original photo.

Plus, numbers don’t just float on the water like that.  It’s an obvious shop.

(Source: heyfunniest, via e4rleb1rd)

aubreylynna:

Tim, the Australian Cattle Dog pup. Follow @ tntadventures on instagram, for cute photos of Tim and Thatcher!

aubreylynna:

Tim, the Australian Cattle Dog pup. 

Follow @ tntadventures on instagram, for cute photos of Tim and Thatcher!

(via handsomedogs)

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

It’s not.  It’s color enhanced.

http://www.space.com/19920-mercury-color-video-messenger-spacecraft.html

“This colorful view of Mercury was produced by using images from the color base map imaging campaign during MESSENGER’s primary mission. These colors are not what Mercury would look like to the human eye, but rather the colors enhance the chemical, mineralogical, and physical differences between the rocks that make up Mercury’s surface. Image released Feb 18, 2013.”

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

It’s not.  It’s color enhanced.

http://www.space.com/19920-mercury-color-video-messenger-spacecraft.html

This colorful view of Mercury was produced by using images from the color base map imaging campaign during MESSENGER’s primary mission. These colors are not what Mercury would look like to the human eye, but rather the colors enhance the chemical, mineralogical, and physical differences between the rocks that make up Mercury’s surface. Image released Feb 18, 2013.”

(via blvcksugar)