- A slow motion gif of the man as he casually struts across a runway of judges in his coral oversized jumpsuit. A timeless look pulled off by only a few. His locks are especially golden in this priceless motion image
The tight angles in John McTiernan’s Predator (1987) communicate so much about the closeness of the jungle, the anxiety, the desperation, the heat. The characters are out in the middle of a vast wilderness but the photography is claustrophobia in motion.
The alledged abductee reported, that she was lighting a cigarette on the stove when she suddenly experienced a long period of lost time. It ended when the girl woke up in fetal position on the floor in her bathroom. After she got up, she went into the kitchen were she found the cigarettes on the ground. “Apparently, I’d dropped them,” she said.
Just a few days later, she was on her smart phone when she noticed that 40 images she didn’t take just appeared. They seem to be pretty blurry and obviously not in good focus, while a high level of movement probably caused the motion-sick images. In some, a humanoid-type creature can be seen like the one above. The images are really hard to make out, however the one on the top left clearly displays some figure or being as a head, arms, and torso are all visible.
As of now, it’s unclear whether aliens took the pictures or if someone else did. I can’t really say whether beings from another world found the woman’s smart phone and started snapping, however I can say that these images are pretty mysterious.
Modification of the tank T-72B3 for tank biathlon, includes: Panoramic thermal imager commander; -Motion control system with periscopes critical modes of operation nodes; -Automatic gear shift; -Engine 1130 h.p
[Image description: A flat, hourglass shaped plastic toy full of clear liquid, with pink liquid on the bottom sits on a grey pillowcase. In the gif, the pink liquid is dripping down the toy in large, flat droplets]
I have found out that these types of toys tend to lose their colors over time, sadly. You will notice this in my waterwheel drop toy especially.
Anyway, the drop motion bubbler is a hard plastic tube that drops two-toned liquid when turned over. It makes a great visual stim. It is slightly fragile, and the liquid clogs sometimes if it isn’t turned over at least once a day or so. Mine is pink and purple, but they come in a variety of colors.
Purchased from: Amazon.com
Price: $$ (between $6 and $10USD, shipping not included)