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It has been requested that I turn some of my videos into 10 hours, so over the next period of time you will get about 4 re-uploads with 10 hour versions instead⁣⁣
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This shot was taken at the location of the newest video. Same spot :)⁣⁣
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Check out the youtube: bio @northernnatureasmr⁣
Check out my health website: bio @soothingnatureasmr⁣
Start your own business:: bio @sebastianfranckdk
  • Youtube news:⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣
    It has been requested that I turn some of my videos into 10 hours, so over the next period of time you will get about 4 re-uploads with 10 hour versions instead⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣
    This shot was taken at the location of the newest video. Same spot :)⁣⁣
    ⁣⁣
    Check out the youtube: bio @northernnatureasmr
    Check out my health website: bio @soothingnatureasmr
    Start your own business:: bio @sebastianfranckdk
  • 202 7 4 hours ago

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  • “The things that pose the greatest threats to your survival are the most real things.” . — @jordan.b.peterson
  • “The things that pose the greatest threats to your survival are the most real things.” . — @jordan.b.peterson
  • 3 1 3 minutes ago
  • This girl was only 2 weeks old when I took this picture. When she grows up her eyes will slowly move closer to the top of her head, and that placement is found in most prey animals. Goats' rectangular pupils help them survey their surroundings and if they see anything that might be considered a threat, they dart. 
Humans have 210 degree field of vision. 114 degrees are bifocal, meaning that we see in 3D and can perceive depth pretty accurately. Goats have 340 degree vision. They can see behind them without turning their head. Most of that is monofocal or in 2D so they sacrifice depth perception to be able to see around them. Goats can see further than humans and they're incredibly sensitive to motion so sneaking up on a goat is really tough. However, it's not all monofocal, they have about 40 degrees in front of them that is in 3D and it's pretty accurate. This bifocal vision helps them when they make the decision to run for their lives. The rugged terrain needs to be traversed carefully and slipping or falling while running away is not an option, so having some bifocal vision is really important especially during jumps. 
Now goats are grazing animals. Their noses touch the ground when they munch on the grass, however, that doesn't make it any easier to sneak up on them. When they eat they don't look at the ground in front of them and the sky behind them. The trick that they employ is kinda creepy if you pay attention. But more on that tomorrow.
  • This girl was only 2 weeks old when I took this picture. When she grows up her eyes will slowly move closer to the top of her head, and that placement is found in most prey animals. Goats' rectangular pupils help them survey their surroundings and if they see anything that might be considered a threat, they dart.
    Humans have 210 degree field of vision. 114 degrees are bifocal, meaning that we see in 3D and can perceive depth pretty accurately. Goats have 340 degree vision. They can see behind them without turning their head. Most of that is monofocal or in 2D so they sacrifice depth perception to be able to see around them. Goats can see further than humans and they're incredibly sensitive to motion so sneaking up on a goat is really tough. However, it's not all monofocal, they have about 40 degrees in front of them that is in 3D and it's pretty accurate. This bifocal vision helps them when they make the decision to run for their lives. The rugged terrain needs to be traversed carefully and slipping or falling while running away is not an option, so having some bifocal vision is really important especially during jumps.
    Now goats are grazing animals. Their noses touch the ground when they munch on the grass, however, that doesn't make it any easier to sneak up on them. When they eat they don't look at the ground in front of them and the sky behind them. The trick that they employ is kinda creepy if you pay attention. But more on that tomorrow.
  • 14 1 6 minutes ago
  • Million different pixels . 
Million different stories .
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  • Million different pixels .
    Million different stories .
    3/3
  • 14 2 15 minutes ago
  • Million different pixels . 
Million different stories .
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  • Million different pixels .
    Million different stories .
    2/3
  • 12 1 15 minutes ago
  • Million different pixels . 
Million different stories .
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  • Million different pixels .
    Million different stories .
    1/3
  • 15 2 15 minutes ago
  • Focus on what's next 👀
  • Focus on what's next 👀
  • 32 3 23 minutes ago
  • 24 1 30 minutes ago
  • 뜨거운 여름 짙은 초록이 되기 전 
연녹색의 그라데이션이 풍성할 때,,💚
음나무의 이파리는 나무에 꽃이 난듯 했고
또 옆 나무의 둥글둥글 이파리들은
청포도가 주렁주렁 매달린듯 했다🍇 (나만 그래?🌝)
단풍은 색이 물 들었을 때나 아닐 때나 다 예쁘더라
사랑할 수 밖에 없는 이 계절🌿
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엄마 인스타 아닙니다🙅🏻‍♀️
  • 뜨거운 여름 짙은 초록이 되기 전
    연녹색의 그라데이션이 풍성할 때,,💚
    음나무의 이파리는 나무에 꽃이 난듯 했고
    또 옆 나무의 둥글둥글 이파리들은
    청포도가 주렁주렁 매달린듯 했다🍇 (나만 그래?🌝)
    단풍은 색이 물 들었을 때나 아닐 때나 다 예쁘더라
    사랑할 수 밖에 없는 이 계절🌿
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    엄마 인스타 아닙니다🙅🏻‍♀️
  • 58 12 33 minutes ago
  • It seems some of you are wondering if I 'agent-oranged' the couple of square footage I call a garden, cause of the insect infested feed of late. I can assure the lighthearted in our midst that this is not the case. Plantlife is up 'n running - so no complaints, no deforestation.
The thing is that I might have incriminated myself, by developing a bit of a thing for some of these bugs. Color, shape and overall weirdness works just fine with my attentionspan. So I'm reading up on stuff and will bore you numb with unsupported findings non-existing parallels ... just wait 'n see ツ
  • It seems some of you are wondering if I 'agent-oranged' the couple of square footage I call a garden, cause of the insect infested feed of late. I can assure the lighthearted in our midst that this is not the case. Plantlife is up 'n running - so no complaints, no deforestation.
    The thing is that I might have incriminated myself, by developing a bit of a thing for some of these bugs. Color, shape and overall weirdness works just fine with my attentionspan. So I'm reading up on stuff and will bore you numb with unsupported findings non-existing parallels ... just wait 'n see ツ
  • 178 9 35 minutes ago