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February 26, 2013 |
In: Beautiful, Nature
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The Sun is a hell of a drug.
I have lived in southern california my whole life and I have never seen this before lol…am I the only one?
Do to live alone in an unpopulated part of southern California?
You poor li'l feller.
look up Del Mar
I was thinking the same thing. Fuck seasons!
I'm 28, from Australia and had no idea that was a thing.
Although here we have scorched earth shadows; On 40+ degree Celsius days, grass dies unless it's being shaded by a tree (the tree also dies). If you go bush walking on hot days like this, you can usually find a lot of koalas who have become dehydrated and fallen out of their trees, dazing themselves when they hit the ground.
Also, on such days, if you spend more than a few seconds in the sun, you'll conflagrate but during the warm part of the summer everyone carries either a fire blanket or a small extinguisher for just this eventuality.
When the koalas fall out of trees and get dazed, they're easier to rape then, amirite?
30 from Australia and in the same boat. Never seen or heard of this before, though I guess it makes sense that it does happen.
I guess it's like how some people I've met overseas had never heard of drop bears coz they haven't been to Oz.
Where the hell has the 'next' button gone? It's seriously affecting my chive time having to go back to the main page and scroll down again! Am i being stupid here or what? lol
Do you not know how to use tabs? Ctrl+click is your friend.
They appear when you move your mouse to the left or the right of the column of pictures about 2/3 of the way down the screen.
I have never seen or heard of this….
Wish it was "hump day" instead…
See previous post knucklehead.
Cool, would never of thought of doing something like this. #9 is just awesome.
I've never noticed them like that before. Awesome photography. Mother nature does some truely beautiful things. Situations like this make me wonder what else I've walked by and never noticed, and I spend most of my free time outside. I could also never live without seasons, love them.
Yup, none of that crap here in south Florida. I'll take my shorts and flip flops over frosted shadows any day.
Raised in Vegas my entire life – never even knew this happened. Cool.
i've lived in Florida all my life. i didn't even know this was a thing.
#9 – interesting thread.
I see this stuff all the time…. Mebby next time I should take pictures…
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