“Is there anything cooler than firefly light reflecting in still-water?” asks Vincent Brady, a photographer who used “every trick” for his first “whole-hog” time-lapse video.
He shot the footage at Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, where his family gathers, and around Grand Ledge, Mich., his hometown.
“We call them fireflies or lightning bugs, but they aren’t a fly or a bug,” Brady notes on his website. “They are beetles, and there’s over a 1,000 different species of them.”
You can visit Brady’s Facebook page here.
h/t Smithsonian’s SmartNews
According to the book The Wisdom of Psychopaths: What Saints, Spies, and Serial Killers Can Teach Us About Success, we all can find a spot on a scale of madness. (And I use the first-person plural for a reason.)
One profession, however, seems to attract more psychopaths than most: CEO.
Not that the Big Boss is a serial killer. But he or she is more likely to be callous, uncaring, shallow, glib and selfish with a grandiose sense of self-worth, meeting the psychological definition of “psychopath.”
The same attributes evidently apply to reporters and media personalities — who are so egotistical, we hog two spots on the top 10 list.
The jobs most likely to attract psychopaths are … Continue reading