“Elliðaey with its single house”
Vestmannaeyjar (English: Westman Islands) is a town and archipelago off the south coast of Iceland. The largest island, Heimaey, has a population of 4,135. The other islands are uninhabited, though six have single hunting cabins.
Love these. Look for a collaboration piece between Bowsprite and Scuttlefish soon.
Now I do. Thank you Nathan Oldfield and friends for putting this little video together.
Clark Miller shot the never-before-photographed relationship between bottlenose dolphins and false killer whales.
This is kind of crazy. From the AP:
The latest evidence comes from an excavation on the southeast Asian island of East Timor where remains of tuna and other deep-water fish were uncovered inside a cave. Using dating techniques, a team led by archaeologist Sue O’Connor of Australian National University determined the age to be 42,000 years old – making it the earliest evidence for ocean fishing.