Vyacheslav Mishchenko 'Slava' is one of the best up and coming nature photographers. His two passions are mushrooms and photography. When he's able to combine both, he's in haven. Slava's Mushroom Photographs ($50-$225) are available on his website in many different formats including; canvas gallery wraps, premium art paper prints, framed prints, acrylic prints, metal prints, and mini canvases.
"Early in the morning, when I am somewhere between dreams and reality, the camera’s viewfinder creates a sense of presence in some incredibly beautiful and mysterious world."
These are the words of someone who truly loves what they do. Check out the photos below and support Slava by grabbing one of his beautiful prints.
Welcome to our daily series “The Daily Roundup”, where we scour the web and provide you with links to all the happenings around the world that we’ve found.
1. Now You Can Make Your Own Chocolate Chip Cookie Shot Glasses - That's Nerdalicious!
2. You Can Buy the Amazing New Oculus Rift Dev Kit for $350 - Gizmodo
3. Preserved woolly-mammoth autopsy shows cloning is a real possibility - CNET
4. Fitbit faces class-action suit over skin irritation issue with Force fitness tracker - Digital Trends
5. KnCMiner Sells $2 Million Worth Of Scrypt Mining Machines In Four Hours - TechCrunch
This car looks like it should be out on a track or running rallys with its brother from another mother the Subaru WRX Sti. When you look at it you fully expect the doors to be welded and a safety net hanging from the drivers side. But this is not a rally car or some rebuild from the '70s.It's the Nissan IDx Nismo Conecpt ($TBA). It's making its world premier at this years Tokyo Motor show and making quite an impression. The Nismo is powered by Nissan's 1.6L Turbo engine and features a manual shift a synchronized rev control and measures just 6 feet long. Here's one hoping that this car or at least some features make it to production.(more…)
Sherp is a russian company established in 2012. Their goal was to build the biggest baddest ATV with the best passing ability in the industry. Just three years after completing the concept, they are ready to bring the Sherp ATV ($47K) into production.The Sherp ATV is touted as able to take on any water hazard, handle any ice like a champ, and get over obstacles up to 70 cm (27.5 inches) high. Whether you're talking about a fallen tree or a boulder, it can climb it. The Sherp has been tested in places like the Tundra, Siberian Taiga, Mountain of Kola Peninsula, and the swamps of the Yugra.The Sherp features a special gasoline system that allows you to climb steep grades without having to worry about the engine running out of fuel. Additional perks include a soft top tent, automatic heating system, halogen headlights, 58 liter fuel tank, Kingston valves to drain water from the body, two batteries, and enough space to sleep four.The next time our friends and families get together for a camping trip, I'd love to show up in one of these things.
Everyone has that one friend or family member who defines the jetsetter lifestyle. They’ve been to France, Canada, and Africa, all in the last year. You love this adventurer, but hate buying presents for them, because honestly, what gift can you get at the mall that can compare with the exotic treasures they come across on a weekly basis?
“Our happiest moments as tourists always seem to come when we stumble upon one thing while in pursuit of something else.” — Lawrence BlockThis is where we come in. This gift guide for the traveler features 30 amazing products that’ll bring a smile to anyone’s face. These aren’t just any gifts, which is why we’re oh so thankful for Internet shopping, which allows you to have any of these delivered to your home just in time for any occasion, or the end of the year if you’re really cutting it close.
"A good traveler is one who does not know where he is going to, and a perfect traveler does not know where he came from." - Lin YutangThe gifts below cover a wide variety of aspects of travel, but you’ll be able to find at least a few that will be perfect for your lucky gift recipient. They all tie in to travel in one way or another, so you can be sure that they’ll be thinking of you often during their upcoming travels.You’ll notice that there is a wide price range on these gifts as well. While the big ticket items are amazing gifts if you can afford them, most travelers will love the thoughtfulness of any of the less inexpensive items as well.
Dr. Dre and UNDEFEATED have gotten together to creat the Beats By Dre X UNDEFEATED ($330) studio headphones. The Beats headphones are finished in UNDEFEATED's signature matte green and feature adaptive noise canceling tech, remote talk, and a 20-hour battery life. The headphones are rechargeable via USB and a visible indicator lets you know how much juice you have left. In the package you also get a wall adapter,3.5mm audio cable, remote talk cable, hard carrying case and cleaning cloth.