Lebron James 61 Points!
My tribute to the King of NBA’s 61 points career high against Bobcats.
Anatomical Illustrations of the Head and Neck
By Elisa Schorn, ca. 1900
From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University
Anatomical drawings from the collection of the University of Heidelberg, made by artist Elisa Schorn for Brouse professor of medicine in 1900.
LeBron James [dot] gif
LeBron James gets hit in the face by Serge Ibaka, still finishes the dunk, and then immediately collapses to the floor. At 0:29 in, you can hear a great example of what Reggie Miller brings to a basketball telecast:
LeBron has been down for twenty seconds, laying on the ground, and there’s a growing puddle of blood under his head. The astute Miller muses, “You’re wondering, did he take a shot from Serge Ibaka?” The alternative being that LeBron’s face was so excited about the dunk, it spontaneously started gushing blood, I guess. Later Miller added, “You’re wondering, is the team that scores the most points going to win this game?” and “Hey, remember when Diane von Furstenberg’s son hired a plane to tell me to stop pursuing married women?”
The Frozen Waterfalls of Hierve el Agua
To view more photos and videos from Hierve el Agua, explore the Hierve el Agua location page.
Off the beaten path in Oaxaca, Mexico, two soaring cliffs resemble frozen waterfalls. Their name, Hierve el Agua (“the water boils”), stems from the warm mineral springs on the clifftops. As runoff from the pools flows over the cliffs, excess calcium carbonate in the water sculpts the rock. Ages of this process have resulted in the cliffs’ distinct appearance. Instagrammers visiting the cliffs have explored the bubbling turquoise pools and captured the view of the lush valley below.