180 Video - Mt Beckworth Australia

Mount Beckworth near the town of Clunes, Australia

Driving down the 4WD track in a Suzuki Sierra, filmed on Gear 360

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Take it From the Top: Latin Rock - House

This incredible house was captured in the Mission district of San Francisco, at the intersection of York St. and 25th. This entire neighborhood is filled with Murals left and right. Some on people’s garage doors, some on the entire side of the building, and in this case, the entire house.

This mural was done by a group called Precita Eyes Muralists, directed by Max Marttila and Fred Alvarado in collaboration with the Urban Youth Arts Program.

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Forest Template

an empty forest to put things in

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Creature from the black lagoon

Remnants of a mysterious animal have come to light in a remote jungle, and a group of scientists intends to determine if the find is an anomaly or evidence of an undiscovered beast. To accomplish their goal, the scientists (Antonio Moreno, Richard Carlson, Richard Denning, Whit Bissell) must brave the most perilous pieces of land South America has to offer. But the terrain is nothing compared to the danger posed by an otherworldly being that endangers their work and their lives.
Initial release: 5 March 1954 (USA)
Director: Jack Arnold
Film series: The Creature from the Black Lagoon Film Series
Story by: Maurice Zimm
Screenplay: Harry Essex, Arthur A. Ross

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The Tomb of Amyntas

From Wikipedia:

The Tomb of Amyntas, also known as the Fethiye Tomb is an ancient tomb built in the city and district of Fethiye in Muğla Province, located in the Aegean region of Turkey.

Modern Fethiye is located on the site of the Ancient Greek city of Telmessos, with the Tomb of Amyntas located in the south side of the city in the mountainside, in the base of the mountain. The impressive looking tomb was built in 350 BC, and was named after the Greek inscription on the side of it which reads "Amyntou tou Ermagiou", which translated to English means "Amyntas, son of Hermagios".[1]

The tomb was built by the Lycians, the people who lived in this area of Turkey at the time. The Lycians were never members of a specific country, but rather a tightly-knit confederation of independent city-states, which included Telmessos.

Modélisé à partir d’une vidéo Youtoube.

Au-dessus de la ville de Fethiye, il y a une vingtaine de tombeaux creusés dans les parois de la montagne. Le plus connu datant du ive siècle av. J.-C., est celui d’Amyntas lieutenant d’Alexandre.

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Loughcrew Passage Tombs 3D Reconstruction

Loughcrew is one of the four main passage tomb sites in Ireland. No comprehensive dating programme has been conducted there, but the monuments are estimated to date from about 3300 BC. The sites consist of cruciform chambers covered in most instances by a mound. A unique style of megalithic petroglyphs are seen there, including lozenge shapes, leaf shapes, as well as circles, some surrounded by radiating lines.

The site is spread across three hilltops, Carnbane East, Carnbane West, and Patrickstown. The Irish name for the site is Sliabh na Caillí, which means “mountain of the hag”. Legend has it that the monuments were created when a giant hag, striding across the land, dropped her cargo of large stones from her apron. The orthostats and structural stones of the monuments tend to be from local green gritstone, which was soft enough to carve.

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JanusVR Presentation

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Russia Today Island - Live TV

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Bloomberg - Live TV Island

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Live ABC TV in a forest

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Triceratops Horridus, Nat. Hist. Museum, Oxford

“The name Triceratops means three-horned face, referring to the one small and two large horns on the skull, which can be seen on the cast on display in the Museum.

Triceratops was 7.3 metres long, and weighed more than 6 tonnes. It was a herbivore, and its jaws were equipped with a constantly replaced battery of teeth specially adapted for cutting up tough plant material. The horn and frill of Triceratops have attracted much speculation, but it is likely that they were used for display and fighting to maintain social dominance, and to defend territory and mates. Functional analysis suggests that Triceratops locked horns in pushing and twisting fights between individuals, the massive frill at the back of the skull acting as a shield to deflect the horns of opponents and protect the vulnerable neck and shoulder muscles.”

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