It’s taken me so many years, so many lifetimes, but at last I know where I’m going. Where I’ve always been going.
We’re diggin’ this stunning set of marine photos captured by Mark Laita. There’s also a hardcover book filled with 200 pages of Mark’s underwater work. Check it out on Amazon here!
via My Modern Met
On Tuesday night (February 26) in Liverpool, BBC Worldwide Showcase paid tribute to one of the BBC’s most successful and long-running global franchises, Doctor Who, as the series heads toward its 50th anniversary this November.
Mark Williams (who played Rory’s father Brian in Season 7) hosted the Doctor Who Showcase Symphonic Spectacular, a celebration of Murray Gold’s epic music score for the show. Led by the boyishly Tennant-esque Ben Foster as conductor, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Sense of Sound choir made Gold’s compositions sound even more mythic. The soloists Daniel Keating-Roberts and Elin Manahan Thomas lent their voices to a couple of the numbers; Thomas was particularly moving with her soprano renderings of “Madman with a Box” and the gorgeous “Abigail’s Song.”
Adam Voorhes loaded a Serrano pepper with fire crackers and connected his camera to a sound sensitive trigger, capturing these remarkable images for a magazine ad. We can’t really think of a better way to advertise a pepper’s spiciness.