A Net, at Last, for the Golden Gate Bridge?
In light of news that the Golden Gate transportation district may approve a barrier on the famous San Francisco bridge, Tad Friend looks at the landmark’s somber history: http://nyr.kr/1gxBSye
Read his 2003 piece on why so many commit suicide there: http://nyr.kr/1lpOGd0
Photograph by George Rose/Getty.
The beautiful, sad, shifting state of wild ice: Geomorphologist / photographer James Balog travels the globe to capture the twisting, soaring forms of the world’s vanishing wild ice. In 2009, he wowed the TEDGlobal crowd with his time-lapse photos of the shifting landscapes of the world’s icy habitats.
Above, some striking footage from his project Extreme Ice Survey.
taking a selfie
in a police van
after you’ve been arrested
at a protest
How do cats even work?
Prime catlike reflexes
Chinon CM-4, Fujifilm Superia X-Tra 400
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