Wednesday, January 9, 2013


Meet the flying, crashing and floating version of these:

This is a Torii Gate in the aftermath of the atomic explosion at Nagasaki. Practically ground zero.

This is another Torii Gate in the ruins left behind after the Tsunami wrecked the Japanese coast and destroyed multiple nuclear reactors.

This was picked up in the waters off the coast of the Philippines today. Look at it. It flew along extremely fast as an aerial target for guns or missiles, survived that somehow and then crashed into the sea going extremely fast.

I just wish I could buy a car made out of this stuff.

1 comment:

Anne Bonney said...

I agree! This reminds me of early toddler food adventures. The dried jello and egg yolk with crumb aggregate that resulted could have been used to pave roads.