This 100 year old bridge in Durham, NC has a 11'8" clearance, which apparently is just tall enough to make you think "I'll probably make it" when approaching. You won't, and you'll end up like these trucks. Brilliantly set to the Rocky theme song.
According to an article by MetroNews Halifax, Vancouver-based author and marxist sympathizer Min Reyes believes that the protests sweeping North America and much of the developed world is a "global awakening where we need to figure out how to save our world from destruction".
Love it, hate it or feel indifferent about it, the protests in the spirit of "Occupy Wall Street" have clearly arrived in Atlantic Canada, with the biggest turnout so far over this past weekend on October 15th, 2011.
The Hermit Kingdom allowed international media to watch its largest ever military parade - part of the campaign to establish Kim Jong-il's youngest son as the leader-in-waiting.
By guardian.co.uk staff Dan Chung and Tania Branigan.
Shot on Canon 60D and 1DmkIV cameras. Special thanks to Eric Kessler who makes the wonderful Pocketdolly that was used on this shoot.
See guardian.co.uk/world/north-korea for more on North Korea from the Guardian.
This animated film about the pesky blackfly is based on the song of the same title, written and sung by Canadian folk singer Wade Hemsworth, with back-up vocals by the McGarrigle sisters. It recounts Hemsworth's battles with this quintessential "critter" during a summer of surveying in Northern Ontario. According to The Travellers' 1960-1966 album, "This Land Is Your Land": "The humorous 'Black Flies' (song) had been written by Montrealer Wade Hemsworth after a particularly unpleasant sojourn in northern Ontario in 1949 with a Hydro survey team."