Things are looking up #2

A cloud gazer’s guide to every fluffy thing in the skyAtlas Obscura
Cloud-gazing, Pretor-Pinney says, is a way of “being an explorer of the sky, where you don’t have to leave your lockdown space.” The only souvenirs you’ll have will be photos and memories, but in a lonely, uncertain time, it helps to have a little perspective.

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Spy hummingbird captures footage of a Monarch butterfly swarm as they magnificently take to the skyLaughing Squid
In an absolutely breathtaking clip from the PBS series Spy in the Wild, a mechanical hummingbird approaches a swarm of sleeping Monarch butterflies absorbing the warm sun of the Mexican mountains. As they wake from their sun-soaked slumber, they begin investigating their mechanical visitor.

Author: Terry Madeley

I work with student data and enjoy reading about art and design, data, education and technology.

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