This feels like a macabre version of the painting of The Dawn Treader from Chronicles of Narnia. —
The stretch of coastline running along the Southernmost point of Africa has seen over 250 vessels wrecked on the jagged rocks. A strange magnetic anomaly occurs here where compasses point true North rather than magnetic North, the only other places this occurs are the Bermuda Triangle and the Devil’s Sea off the coast of Japan.
The Meishu Maru, a Japanese ship which was carrying 240 tons of tuna, ran aground on 16 November 1982. All 17 crew members managed to swim safely to shore. The bow of the ship was taken by the sea several years ago. The stern is now a haven for birds before it, too, eventually succumbs.
kids see ghosts sometimes. 👻🌫👫
when i was a kid, i hated watching scary movies (i think everyone did lol). i always covered my eyes and waited until the scary parts were over. now, as an adult, they make me laugh. i find them funny because they’re pretty ridiculous, and because i know that the scary parts are what contribute the most to the storyline. i think we should apply this mindset to our everyday lives. embrace your scary moments in life because they contribute the most to the story you’re trying to tell. 💭💜 also pretty curious, what’s the scariest (and most ridiculous) fear you had as a kid? (ps. mine was/is treadmills 😂)
Eu fico imaginando o tamanho do tédio que estava a primeira pessoa que teve a ideia de escavar e esculpir uma estátua numa rocha de um vulcão, depois arrastar essa estátua por quilômetros e sair na mão com outras tribos por causa disso. E repetir esse processo pelo menos 400x.
Se a necessidade é a mãe da invenção, o tédio é o pai.