Izismile.com » Picdumps » A Remarkable Selection of Captivating Photographs (25 pics)

A Remarkable Selection of Captivating Photographs (25 pics)

Posted in Picdumps   3 Oct 2013   / 7679 views

The ‘New’ Pale Blue Dot; Earth Captured by Cassini from Billions of Miles Away Beneath the Rings of Saturn

Drake Passage, Palmer Peninsula, Antarctica

Boston Celtics forward Brandon Bass at his swimming lessons

The mystical wild woods of Dartmoor National Park, England (photographed by Duncan George)

Angel Falls, Venezuela

A Beautiful Pineapple Farm

300ft high wall in Bolivia found with over 5000 dinosaur footprints, in over 462 discreet trails

Dead Vlei: Namibia’s Graveyard of 900-Year-Old Tree Skeletons

An amazing pool at Hearst Castle in California

Icelandic cinema in a swimming pool

The Basilica of the Vatican in the morning

Fossilized Jellyfish

Napoleon Bonaparte’s flintlock pistol

All black house in Germany

Leatherback Sea Turtles are the largest of all living turtles

Hollow Point Bullets After Being Shot Underwater

Paris, incredible view above Champs Elysees

The Star Wars film crew during Luke’s climactic moment in Episode VI

Only one day’s worth of litter! Three Gorges Dam, China

Underground passage memorial in Wroclaw, Poland

Japanese Maple Tree- Portland Oregon

Rhododrendon Tree

The Legends Of Giants, awesome wall mural in Poland by Natalia Rak

An entirely see-through acrylic car

“Sky Baby” – The worlds smallest working airplane

Comments (5):

gigantes 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#12 - sure about those being jellyfish? it does fit, except for the segmentation.

anyway, awesome collection.
buccaneer 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
I find it hard to believe that #1 is a real photo...
gigantes 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
have you heard of NASA's cassini probe?
buccaneer 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Of course (even more so because it is stated right above the picture), but my objection was with the size of Earth seen from Saturn...
gigantes 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
oh... duh... i didn't even notice the text on that one. anyway, i see what you mean... like, even on a clear sky and optimal viewing, saturn does not appear that distinct and glowing to us. so we might roughly expect the converse, right?

but maybe the difference in brightness is due to lack of urban light and smog pollution combined with our closer proximity to a big light source?
Login with OpenId