Miniature Calendar by Tatsuya Tanaka

I love these diorama-style miniatures using everyday items by Tatsuya Tanaka. He’s been creating them ever since April 2011.

Broccoli and parsley may sometimes look like a forest of trees, and tree leaves floating on the surface of water may sometimes look like little boats. Everyday occurrences seen from a miniature perspective can bring us lots of fun thoughts.

There’s also this behind-the-scenes video:

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SpaceX’s SN10 “Belly Flop” Composite

Earlier this week SpaceX’s SN10 rocket took off, ascended to ±10km, and then after a free fall in the horizontal position turned vertical again to successfully land (only to explode a few minutes later).

While you can rewatch the whole thing online I’m more fascinated by this composite photo by Jack Beyer, visualizing the trajectory:

Cool! 🚀