These are the Waitomo glow caves in New Zealand, and they’re named for the glowworms that inhabit them, Arachnocampa luminosa. The glowworms are endemic to New Zealand, and are around the size of an average mosquito. The walls of the caves are covered with a mushroom like fungi related to the genus Pleurotus. Albino cave ants and weta (giant crickets) also inhabit this cave system.
If any of you girls out there are worried that boys will not be attracted to you if you cut your hair really short, listen to this story:
I had long hair for most of my life and no boy ever kissed me.
I cut my hair into a pixie cut and within a week, BAM I was suckin’ face.
Dominic Wilcox envisions the year 2059 where stained-glass driverless cars can be ordered for pick-ups in sizes accommodating 1 to 6 riders, with available interior options including mobile offices, gyms, and sleeper cars.
Super jazzed that I made random art last night (and I actually like it)