Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (53 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       22 Jun 2020       10199       4

“Greek prostitutes would advertise via their shoes which would say “follow me” and that would be imprinted in the sand.”

“A cats eyes when it sees prey.”

“Creative Colored Pencil Art.”

“The Afghan girl at 12 and at 30.”

“Pink Floyd concert in Venice 1989.”

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“A praying mantis (hymenaea protera) trapped in amber, approximately 12 million years old.”

“Rarest image of San Francisco before it was a giant city.”

“Solar eclipse today in India!”

“In eastern Serbia, strip miners unearthed a well-preserved flat-bottomed ship, likely dating to the Roman period, that was built for navigating the shallow waters of what was once a tributary of the Danube.”

“On stick-charts used to navigate the Pacific Ocean by canoe, the sticks represent wave patterns and shells mark the atolls. (Marshall Islands, Micronesia | May 1967)”

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Bridge in Netherlands.

“One of the only few pictures ever taken on Venus.”

“Cresent shaped shadows during the eclipse in Vietnam today.”

“This Rainbow In Cloud Phenomenon.”

“Armor piercing shell from a 17-pdr gun embedded in a section of armor from a Tiger I tank.”

“The unbroken seal on Tutankhamun's tomb, untouched for 3,245 years. (1922)”

“In fact, several companies own everything.”

“Large duck orchid.”

“Interesting road to travel.”

“WW1 U.S. Army Helmet with skull trench art on the front.”

“2000 year old Roman shoe.”

“Annular Solar Eclipse.”

“Peralasseri Subrahmanya Temple-largest Stepwell of Kerala.”

“This underwater cave in Russia.”

“Niagara falls without water, 1969.”

“Scientists have discovered Real-life Kermit The Frog living in Costa Rica.”

“This is one of the biggest personal weapons used by man, the punt gun. It was used for hunting ducks on an industrial scale. It was proven so deadly that nowadays it is illegal in most Western countries.”

African Black Rain Frog.

“Tusk of woolly mammoth most likely killed by ancient hunters, Siberia.”

“Juvenile owls often sleep face down because their heads are too heavy.”

“This world record kelsae onion weighing in at 18lbs 1oz”

“A mantis shrimp can swing its claw so fast it boils the water around it and creates a flash of light.”

“The quietest place on earth, an anechoic chamber at Orfield Laboratories in Minnesota, is so quiet that the longest anybody has been able to bear it is 45 minutes.”

“The aftermath of two very close stars dying together.”

“Alphabet carved into a pencil.”

“68 MILLION-year-old fossil found in Antarctica turns out to be an EGG!”

“Full size LEGO McLaren 720S”

“Napoleon’s three chamber box lock pistol.”

“Butterfly Eggs of the Nymphalis Antiopa.”

“The Bering sea and the Pacific Ocean meet near the Gulf of Alaska. Glacial sediments cause a difference in the densities and salinity and surface tension forms a thin wall that prevents mixing for some time. They eventually mix as the border is not static.”

“One of the Hoover Dam pipes (1935).”

“German Soldiers React To Footage Of Concentration Camps, 1945.”

“Blue bladed crystals of azurite with malachite from Milpillas mine, Sonora, Mexico.”

“Incredibly unique hotel in Amsterdam.”

“First ever drawings of the moon made by Galileo Galeili after observing it through his telescope, 1609.”

“A Shark carved into the bush by local Biripi aboriginal people.”

“What a walk on ISS looks like...”

“This hyper-realistic pencil drawing.”

“This isn’t dirt - this is untempered chocolate before it’s melted and formed into bars.”

“This Norwegian “stabbur” (name loosely derived from words for ‘pole’ and ‘house’) was built in the 1700s and is one of the oldest buildings in the region. Used to store foods and other items off of the ground and away from animals.”

“Engagement ring which Napoleon Bonaparte gave to Josephine.”

“A 6 sided dice from the Indus Valley Civilization-2500 BC”

“A yacht stuck under an ice sheet in Antarctica.”



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Pelegrine 1 month ago
1# lolwut?
That's Greek with Latin characters :P
       
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Antonia 1 month ago
#53 and so it sits polluting the waters around it, for how long?
       
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Hop 1 month ago
#11 We call it an Aquaduct in the Netherlands.

#44 is in Zaandam, intell hotel. One part of Zaandam is rebuild in this style. Google for " station Zaandam" if you are interested in this
       
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Floyd 1 month ago
#1 why a Greek word is written with latin TH instead of Θ.
#50 Baba Yaga hut
       
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