Friday, September 25, 2009


In both the imperative sense and in the Keanu Reeves sense of amazement: coastal erosion on the Beaufort Sea. Each still frame (as best as I can tell watching the data flicker by on the bottom) is one day from early July to late August this summer.

From National Geographic, where there's more information.


Mule Breath said...

Amazing to see so much deterioration in such a short span.

Bob said...

Whoa, indeed.

That's kinda scary.