This pyramid PC.
Two rocks looking like a mother breastfeeding her child.
7'2" man in an economy seat.
“Apple treeometry” by Adam Hillman.
Electrical discharge in the atmosphere from a volcanic eruption.
“I pointed my telescope at the Cave Nebula for 26 hours to capture this. It was selected as NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day.”
A spot with four lakes right next to each other in Norway.
The pathways at Ohio State University were paved based on the routes students took before there were paved paths.
The partially excavated Great Sphinx in 1878.
Endangered gorilla pose with anti poaching ranger.
This is the only photo of the Concorde flying at Mach 2.2 over the Irish Sea. RAF pilot Adrian Meredith took it on board a Tornado. He's only been able to hold this speed for 4 minutes before his fuel was depleted.
This ballerina fountain in Poland.
The valley of 72 waterfalls, Switzerland.
Exploring ancient Alexandria under the sea.
This is an intact human nervous system dissected by two medical students in 1925. It took them over 1500 hours. There are only 4 of these in the world.
This red and black snail.
Mona Lisa being returned to the Louvre in Paris, France after WW2. 1945.
Sand under microscope.
View of paper under the Microscope.
Montana website just posted this: Just in case you think you don't need bear spray. This griz was captured near Lincoln and relocated to Glacier National Park...enjoy your spring hike!
This camouflage is on another level.
Motorcycle powered by steam.
An incredible cranberry harvest in Canada.
During the meltdown, Chernobyl electrician Oleksander Lelechenko saved his younger colleagues from radiation exposure by walking through radioactive water three times to effect emergency repairs alone. He died in Kiev hospital less than 2 weeks after the disaster.
Vials of heroin, fentanyl and carfentanil side by side, each containing a lethal dose of the drug.
Rare cloud formation known as a Fallstreak Hole seen over Eastern Victoria, Australia.
Contents Of A Single Firetruck.
A 54-million-year-old gecko found perfectly preserved in an amber deposit.
Mount St. Helens before and after its 1980 eruption.
This water spout in Florida.
Sea-foam splash at a thousandth of a second.
Lithuania police stopping cars and giving flowers to womens on women's day!
The Giant Heads Of Easter Island Do Have Bodies.
Close-up of an ant's head.
The Mir Diamond Mine is the second-largest manmade pit in the world and is located in Siberia, Russia.
An original 1930s Shell Gas Station in Winston-Salem, NC.
Mongolian Eagle Hunters use eagles to hunt foxes and hares during the cold winter months.
The largest bird sculpture on earth in Kerala, India.
Bees making blue honey after finding sugar in the m&m factory trashcan.
Swimmers just before the water's surface tension is broken.
“This book nook my mother got on eBay.”
This picture looks as if it was made in space, but the photographer was flying by plane.
“These sprinklers on the road near the ski resort I’m at in Japan keep the road from freezing over.”
This Edgar Allan Poe tales and poems collection kind of tells you what’s inside...
“Border Leicester sheep are messing with me! Just look at them! They’re not sheep, they’re some giant rabbits!”
“5,000 meters up in Peru overlooking one of the most beautiful views I’ve ever seen.”
“My city (HK) puts miniature models of rooms in the ground as bricks.”
This is what bees create when you let them.
This is The Great Salt Lake in Utah. A causeway separates the lake into 2 sections that get their colors from the unique bacteria that live on each side.