Arnold Schwarzenegger and George W. Bush Sr. tobogganing.
Sand struck by lightning.
Film Franchises: who owns what?
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A guy came to a school, taking photographs with a camera from the 1800's. Here's one of the pictures he took.
Before and after shots of the Hiroshima bombing.
50 years of space exploration.
What if the largest countries had the biggest populations.
In the Philippines, children in remote villages get to school by tubing down a river.
People of Izismile!
There’s been a slight difference of opinion about Mr. Ree, a favorite troll of some and a hateful jerk in the eyes of others. Now it’s for you to decide.
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Amazing photo of Gerald Waller. A 6-year-old boy from the orphanage received a gift from the Red Cross. 1946, Austria.
Culture clash between two brothers on modern vs. tradition.
Hollow-point bullets shot underwater.
This photo was taken from the International Space Station on September 11, 2001.
The world's largest Cappuccino in a cup holding 2,000 litres is being served up in the Croatian capital Zagreb.
The map of all the earthquakes with a magnitude of 4 or higher recorded since 1898.
A lightning strike as seen from space.
Japanese Olympic medalists and athletes parade in an open-top bus through the Tokyo's Ginza shopping district.
Picture of Earth taken from the surface of Mars.
This touching picture shows what true friendship and dedication mean…
A lightning strike in Omsk, Russia.
If you watch the images from your seat in front of the computer, the angry face is on the left, and the calm is on the right. But if you take a few steps back, they switch places!
A group of caffeine crystals around 40 microns in length.
Najaf Iraq: the largest grave yard in the world
This is one of the best pictures of rainbow I have ever seen!
Do you think it's a tree reflecting in the water of the river?
The German Chancellor has worn every color in the rainbow during her term.
This is where the Great Wall ends to the East and leads into the Bohai Sea.
This is the most detailed sonar image to date of the wreck site of the Titanic, showing both the bow and the stern.