tronbonjovi
djackmanson:

fuckyeahpigeon:

How many pigeons does it take to use a drinking fountain? In Brisbane, Australia, apparently the answer is three! Earlier this month, a trio of industrious birds Down Under figured out how to operate a water fountain by observing humans and then making their move when the coast was clear. The feathered friends reportedly spent 10 minutes bathing and sipping from the fountain, taking turns pushing the lever for each other until all were quenched. Who are you calling a birdbrain now?

Brisbane pigeons operate a water fountain

Those “smart state” number plates don’t look so silly now do they?

djackmanson:

fuckyeahpigeon:

How many pigeons does it take to use a drinking fountain? In Brisbane, Australia, apparently the answer is three! Earlier this month, a trio of industrious birds Down Under figured out how to operate a water fountain by observing humans and then making their move when the coast was clear. The feathered friends reportedly spent 10 minutes bathing and sipping from the fountain, taking turns pushing the lever for each other until all were quenched. Who are you calling a birdbrain now?

Brisbane pigeons operate a water fountain

Those “smart state” number plates don’t look so silly now do they?

monkylicious

monkylicious:

"Every year in Brisbane Australia, around half a million people line the riverbanks to celebrate at Riverfire - a pyrotechnic and light display of fireworks, cannon lights and lasers.

This time-lapse was taken from various locations around South Bank and Casino Towers, and documents from when crowds first build during the day, to when they disperse after the main event.

The idea for this personal project was formed on a whim, but after a few awkward moments of silent excitement we decided, “why not?”

We hope you enjoy it!”



Production by collective:

3PLY
Phil Hagstrom
Luke Harris
Yang Wong