Sunset in Katowice, Poland. 66 frames – one photo per 21 seconds. I was using Canon EOS 50D with Canon EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens. Basic settings: 1/80 s; ISO 100; f/22; 135 mm.
Sounds of female eurasian coot – both video and Ogg sound on CC-BY 4.0. She started to make these sounds when other ducks (not her family) started to fight.
Marking home terrain irregularities – an early warning system against shin damage! It’s easy to hurt your legs in new home or when you are rearranging or redecorating or refurnishing your own house. Things are in different places than usually, so it’s good to mark them. What about night, when most of the accidents happen? […]
It doesn’t matter if it’s door, furniture or computer fan. This way you can grease hard-to-reach places without expensive tools. I’m using syringe and needle, but not every needle will be fine.
Plastic bags can (and should!) be reused/recycled. They tend to take a lot of place, tho. Using this simple lifehack, you can make your container using paper tube.
Lifehack – temporary ashtray for unexpected smoking visitors. Made of pot saucer and tin foil.
The simple way of repairing our pin buttons or making it more durable. Or even making unusual clothes! It’s very easy to lose pin-back buttons, so it’s the first thing I do, when I get one.
Time lapse movie of so-called “flowering tea” or “blooming tea”. This one is a white tea with lychee. Very subtle and tasty! Speed: 15x.
I left a chicken and a pillow in one room for a few days. After that the chicken laid an egg. Such wonderful animal hatched from that egg, born from love of a chicken and a pillow.
If you have a spare computer fan, 9V battery and a piece of duct tape you can make a portable fan in less than minute. Extremely useful for cooling during during hot days, long trips etc.