hey what do you think about that movie call me by your name? you think it will be good? im honestly curious to watch it
i think it’ll probably be pretty good! i love coming of age period pieces set to like…sunny european landscapes so i’ll probably be into it. i’m excited to hear sufjan’s songs for it too! also, my suspicion is that it’s going to be way less sexually explicit than people think it’s going to be…which is probably (thought not inherently) a sad thing, right? gay men in movies tend to get the conservative treatment, no full frontal or w/e, and lesbians on film go the other direction into getting these long explicit sex scenes…regardless of how well it would work for the story. it’s being sold as like this potentially super erotic thing but I’m kind of doubtful that they’ll go all the way with it just my two cents
yuribeletsky Apocalyptic view from Andean altiplano in Northern Chile :) Soon after the sunset the sky just exploded in colors leaving us completely speechless. Heavy clouds were hanging over the plateau and they certainly added a nice touch to the scene. On the foreground you can see a chain of radio telescopes of ALMA project, located at the altitude of ~17000 feet (~5000m). I hope you’ll enjoy the view !
Die Bastei is a rock formation towering above the Elbe river in the Sandstone Mountains of Sachsen, Eastern Germany. Reaching 305 m above sea level, its jagged rocks were formed by water erosion over 1 million years ago. They are situated near Rathen, not far from Pirna near Dresden, and are the main landmark of the Saxon Switzerland National Park. They are part of a climbing and hiking area that extends over the border into the Bohemian Switzerland in the Czech Republic. The Bastei has been a tourist attraction for over 200 years. The spa town of Rathen is the main base for visiting; the town can be reached from Dresden by paddle steamer on the river Elbe.
yuribeletsky Colorful night sky :) Wait until the panoramic video starts scrolling and you’ll enjoy the beauty of pristine night sky above VLT telescopes, located in Atacama desert in Chile. The cause of those nice colors is airglow which take place in the upper atmosphere. The bright rising “star” just above the horizon in the left is actually Moon. I hope you’ll enjoy the image !