Friday Ark #518

Changes again.

We are testing a process that eliminates the Linky Tools submission tool and returning to the Ark’s early days with email, comment and trackback submissions. We will continue to use thumbnails instead of the earlier link list.

We post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….?

Visit all the boarders, Link to the Ark and check back for updates through Sunday afternoon!

You can board the Friday Ark by leaving a comment to this post or emailing fridayark AT themodulator.org.

NOTE: Incoming trackbacks may be working again but have not tested them yet.

You can find previous editions at the not quite up to date Arkives page.

Cats

Birds

Invertebrates

Canines

Other Vertebrates

In Memoriam

Exceptions (inclusion not guaranteed)

Didn’t Make It (Extinct)

Cat folks: remember to submit your links to: carnivalofthecats(at)gmail.com which goes up every Sunday


Friday Ark #517

We post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….?

Visit all the boarders, Link to the Ark and check back for updates through Sunday afternoon!

You can board the Friday Ark by submitting your link via the Linky Tool, leaving a comment to this post, or emailing fridayark AT themodulator.org.

NOTE: Incoming trackbacks may be working again but have not tested them yet.

You can find previous editions at the not quite up to date Arkives page.

Cats

Birds

Invertebrates

Canines

Other Vertebrates

In Memoriam

Exceptions (inclusion not guaranteed)

Didn’t Make It (Extinct)

Cat folks: remember to submit your links to: carnivalofthecats(at)gmail.com which goes up every Sunday


Bhutan: One of the world’s biggest books

Wow, this looks as beautiful as it is large!

Michael Hawley didn’t start out to make one of the world’s biggest books and while that might be what claimed headlines about Bhutan: A Visual Odyssey Across the Last Himalayan Kingdom, it isn’t the most significant. The project evolved into its 7 foot by 5 foot form as a result of Hawley’s research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology working to capture photographically a visual record of field expeditions. Hawley led four separate expeditions to Bhutan where he and a team of MIT and Bhutanese students took photographs with state of the art digital and film equipment. Afterwards Hawley decided that making a giant book from the enormous archive of photographs would allow the reader to “step into” the world of Bhutan.

If you find yourself in Seattle this looks well worth a visit!

Source: Bhutan: One of the world’s biggest books — UW Libraries


Friday Ark #516

We post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and….?

Visit all the boarders, Link to the Ark and check back for updates through Sunday afternoon!

You can board the Friday Ark by submitting your link via the Linky Tool, leaving a comment to this post, or emailing fridayark AT themodulator.org.

NOTE: Incoming trackbacks may be working again but have not tested them yet.

You can find previous editions at the not quite up to date Arkives page.

Cats

Birds

Invertebrates

Canines

Other Vertebrates

In Memoriam

Exceptions (inclusion not guaranteed)


Didn’t Make It (Extinct)

Cat folks: remember to submit your links to: carnivalofthecats(at)gmail.com which goes up every Sunday