A bear head carved out of an avocado pit.
A baby mantis.
“Somebody made a tiny “Squirrel Distancing” sign underneath a park’s Social Distancing sign.”
“My new laptop has a sliding cover for the webcam.”
“My friend found a sailboat in her wagon wheel macaroni.”
“The floor where I work was very dusty and these tracks were made by a beetle..”
“Squirrel with a blonde tail.”
“This marshmallow I cooked over the fire looks like Elvis Presley.”
“This snowman air bubble in my soy sauce packet.”
“My spoon carving kit came with bandaids.”
“My husband ordered a used laptop and it was arrived completely packed in little paper cranes.”
“My son’s school text book tells us to beware of aliens.”
“Found a bullet inside of a log I was splitting for firewood.”
This wasp nest looks a bit like Jupiter.
“I found a face carved into a boulder in the Himalayan jungle.”
“My grass compost pile looks like a grass-covered gorilla.”
“Door in my new apartment was made in Occupied Japan.”
“The shadow of my sunglasses shows the difference in prescription of my eyes.”
“One onion out of the bag was secretly a red onion in disguise.”
“Divots in my basketball after 2 weeks of finger spinning.”
“This chip in my window looks a bit like a cat.”
“My local taco place has a sign that says “no face mask, no tacos””
“This rock that looks like a half eaten potato.”
“My grandfather painted a painting of a chair that he painted.”
In Iceland, Cool Ranch Doritos are called Cool American.
“I was taking pictures of the moon for 2 weeks and then combined them together. You can see how heterogeneous its surface looks.”
This hummingbird nest is so tiny that it fits on a pine cone.
Porcupine ears look like they were transplanted from a human.
These wasps recycled colored paper to make a bright nest.
This is probably what a true desire for life looks like.
This is not a toy, but a real albino owl.
In Western Australia, winds can be so strong that solitary trees bend and grow horizontally.
This bra device is used to protect a horse’s infected eye, while also allowing it to see with its other eye.
“It turns out that you can use snow to not only make a snowball, but to roll it up as well.”
“The tips of the trees almost don’t touch each other. The space between them reminds me of a river.”
This is a watch. It has spinning disks instead of arrows.
“The spots on a jaguar’s stomach are completely different from the spots on its back.”
“This ball was found at the bottom of the English channel. Now, it’s decorated with a whole colony of seashells.”
“My mom managed to open a coconut without breaking the meat of the kernel.”
“The water droplets on my car collected the pollen.”
One of the Pyramids of Giza looks like this from above.
“This spider’s nest looks like a portal to another dimension.”
“The local dinosaur got a mask.”
“My mini cactus sprouted a big @$$ flower that literally lasted one day.”
“I found a camouflage tree.”
“My grandparents still to this day use a 1984 model microwave.”
“These nail clippers shaped like cars.”
“This popcorn that looks like a fish.”
“My Great Grandma's medical bill from 1950.”
“There was a baby tangerine inside of my tangerine.”
“My drill mount has dimensions between the holes engraved on it for easy installation.”