Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (52 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       23 Mar 2020       8497       4

“Coyote on the streets of San Francisco during the coronavirus shelter in place order.”

"The Boy and The Sea" a 2019 sculpture by Willy Verginer.

Due to lack of protective gear, nurses in Sweden are making their own protective visors from staples, elastic bands and transparent printing paper.

Zeus, the tallest dog to have ever lived.

“This is the Plague Fort in Saint Petersburg. Would be very useful right now.”

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“A blue whale blowing a rainbow heart.”

A fully grown asparagus.

The density of penguin feathers.

The president of Slovakia showing up in her hand-tailored, matching fabric surgical mask.

Black ice cream.

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Cherry blossom tunnel in Japan.

Staircases to an abandoned hotel in Bali, Indonesia.

Close-up photo of the planet Jupiter.

Sand sculpture by Artist Toshihiko Hosaka.

“This is what a Devil Starfish looks like.”

Waves of water frozen in place in the Rocky Mountains.

In Germany there is waterpark called Tropical Islands. It's literal tropical island built inside old blimp hangar.

U.K based American artist William Utermohlen created a heart-wrenching final series of self-portraits over the stages of Alzheimer’s, which lasted roughly 5 years until he could barely recognize his own face.

“Here is a picture of the longest shadow i have ever seen of myself.”

“A raccoon without fur. This unfortunately happens due to mange and fungal infections.”

“Breathtaking blue hole in Dalmatia, Cetina river spring, Croatia.”

“The way these logs were stacked to form this.”

“The Perfect School of Fish.”

Tulips blooming in the snow.

The world's tallest and shortest man.

The Minas Tirith 'miniature' used for the filming of the Lord of the Rings trilogy.

India holds the world record for the largest human flag made with over 43,830 participants.

Alien gargoyle at Paisley Abbey.

Abraham Lincoln's hearse, 1865.

Ripped and scissor-cut paper under the Scanning electron microscope.

“These watches called zalsach were initially designed for blind people. You can tell time by touching the 2 magnets.”

The Lechuguillia Cave in the Carlsbad Caverns National Park.

This off-grid cabin has an energy wheel to help charge the solar-powered battery.

Baby hummingbird drinking juice from a raspberry.

“Since we're all stuck in the house, my family finally had a chance to do some spring cleaning. Cleaned so deep that we unearthed some cans of food leftover from the Y2K scare. Behold, 20 year-old dehydrated broccoli.”

Brooklyn Bridge without a single tourist.

Busiest highway in North America during COVID19.

“This tree is still alive because there is light shining on it.”

Frozen methane bubbles underneath the surface of the massive, ancient lake, Lake Baikal.

“Natural Blue of this Giant Chrysocolla from Arizona.”

“Just a contortionist sitting on her head.”

Driving on Dubai Highway after sandstorm.

This cat's incredible camouflage.

A View Of A Lighting From A Plane Window.

1980s Buick touchscreen.

Legendary scientist Marie Curie’s tomb in the Panthéon in Paris. Her tomb is lined with an inch thick of lead as radiation protection for the public. Her remains are radioactive to this day.

Constricted (top)and Dilated (bottom) pupil of a Cat.

The Gradient In This Coffee.

Salvador Dali cutlery set design from 1957.

An anti-poaching ranger sitting with and comforting one of the young gorillas he protects after its mother died.

10 artist draw 10 different cartoon characters.



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Million 4 month s ago
#11 Not cherry blossom as stated, probably bougainvillea. Pretty though.
#31 Ooooh.... shiny... Want!
       
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Hybrid 4 month s ago
#33 Ummm...Wouldn't the SUN charge the solar battery???
       
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Important 4 month s ago
Things might've changed but I always heard solar panels were pretty weak generally speaking. The wheel could help supplement the charge. #37 is a lie. One person was there. The person taking the picture.
       
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Gun 4 month s ago
#37 is not a lie. It says no tourists. Perhaps the photographer is a resident of NYC.
       
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