It’s sad so many chickens were killed to create this photo chain, but thanks to it you can learn more about chicken evolution from the very beginning. Remember, it’s the oldie of the day ;)
Some great shots of lightnings you might like.
You can also take a look at Spectacular Pictures of Nature Phenomena.
Located in Xiamen (Nanshan Road), China, this public toilet looks very deluxe. It’s a two-story building where the second floor is used by administration of the toilet.
The main theme of the June issue of National Geographic is about Greenland - the largest island of the earth covered with ice.
One of the articles of the magazine is devoted to the melting of the glaciers of the island. Photographer James Balog organized a survey of ice in Greenland and other large glaciers of the planet (EIS - Extreme Ice Survey) in 2006.
James and his colleagues established 35 special cameras that are powered by sunlight, protected of moisture, have a wind shield and make shots on a periodic basis. In one year, a single camera makes from 4000 to 12000 shots. Thus, it makes the cameras some sort of artificial eyes, which allows monitoring the evolution of the ice.
The addresses in this post run the gambit from the ridicules to the funny. They make you wonder who in the world sits around and thinks them up. Some are outrageous, some are naughty, but they all are humorous.
Some people have snakes as their pets, and they aren’t afraid to play with them and express tender love towards their reptiles.
I say, they are all crazy ;))