Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (50 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       28 Sep 2020       7705       6

“WWI trench art made by soldiers from spent shells.”

“Parisian woman with her cat in her cannabis garden, 1910.”

“A photo I took years ago that does NOT involve Photoshop.”

“Vibration Therapy. A treatment for headaches in 1890s.”

“Built in the 18th century, this is one of the oldest buildings in Hattfjelldal municipality in Norland, Norway.”

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“Muhammad Ali talking a suicidal man down from a ledge. Jan. 19, 1981.”

“2000 years ago, a Roman man or woman closed their pot of cream and it remained unopened until 2003.”

“Here's a Victorian dollhouse built in the 1880.”

“This rainbow pattern I created by taking a long exposure of myself rock climbing with LEDs tied to my body.”

“On the same beach 60yrs after the D-Day landings, David Silva (left) shakes the hand of the man who shot him during the landings, Heinrich Severloh (right).”

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“I've been photographing Mars from my backyard for the last six months as our orbits bring us closer together - here are the images composited together from March to September 2020.”

“Pavilion of the enlightened, Thailand.”

“A Flash Photo Comparison Of An Anti-Paparazzi Scarf.”

“Chinese explorer Zheng He's ship compared to Christopher Columbus' Santa Maria. They both lived in the same era.”

“A photo of The Golden Gate Bridge during mid-construction, 1935.”

“The US $7.2 million check used to buy Alaska from Russia.”

“This 3.7 metres (12 foot) wide Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in Wales is the longest aqueduct in Great Britain and the highest canal aqueduct in the world for use by narrowboats and pedestrians.”

“The size of a tornado compared to wind turbines (bottom right)”

“Japanese paper sculptor Harukiru crafts sculptures from discarded snack packaging.”

“This 3D-printed "digital" sundial accurately projects the time onto the ground in a recognisable digital clock style!”

“A tornado ripped this house from the ground and threw it onto the road.”

“Tutenkhamun's gold dagger and sheath, circa 1333-1323 BCE”

“Robert Pershing Wadlow (Tallest man to ever live at 8' 11")”

“Spectacular photo of the Northern Lights looks like a Dragon in the sky.”

“This sea anemone that looks like Kenny from South Park.”

“Military uniforms of various countries in 1900s.”

“The moon in front of the earth, photo taken from 1 million miles away.”

“This home was in the direct line of a tornado that hit Ellerslie, Georgia. Most of the trees on the property had fallen, but the house stood with minimal damage.”

“Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris practicing their fight scene in "The Way of the Dragon", 1972.”

“Church In Georgia With A Mountain Behind It.”

“A snake that looks like cookies and cream.”

“10,000 year-old giraffe engravings in the Sahara Desert.”

“Godzilla Cloud”

“A house plan made by sumerians 5000 years ago.”

“Switzerland looking beautiful as usual.”

“Dust storm encroaches on Phoenix, 2011.”

“This is a CT scan from a hammerhead. It looks like a alien.”

“This is a close-up pic of an ant’s face.”

“This incredible photo comparison shows how archaeologists restored the abandoned Mayan temple of El Castillo in Chichen Itza to its former glory.”

“Mendel’s laws”

“The picture on the left is a painting by the Hungarian Tivadar Csontváry Kosztka (1853 – 1919), titled "Old Fisherman". If you mirror the left side, you get a praying old man in a boat on a calm sea. If you do it with the right side, however, the Devil looks at you, behind him a stormy scene.”

“A owl camouflaging into a tree.”

“A Bashkir Curly Horse, that has, well, curly hair.”

“Tree in Japan being relocated to make way for a road.”

“The National Wallace Monument, Scotland.”

“The future of phones, 1956.”

“A tiny North Indian statue of Buddha found in a Swedish Viking's grave (c. 600AD)”

“Flamingos at Lake Logipi.”

“A picture of the Karst Peak Forest in China.”



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Mert 1 weeks ago
#5 baba yaga
       
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Geraldine 1 weeks ago
Mert,

I thought the same thing, with the poles looking like chicken feet. This was done for storage to keep vermin out.
       
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Irvin 1 weeks ago
Geraldine,
It was done for two reasons. 1. Winter cold storage for food. and 2. To keep large animals such as bear and wolves out.
Still done on Alaska homesteads near my home town of Homer.
       
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Lynn 1 weeks ago
#23 You just know that the chick on the left has a flooded basement.
       
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Ote 1 weeks ago
#14 It's fake of nowadays as well as the great wall and many other stuff/
       
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Joshua 12 hours ago
#23 I was wondering how the car was adapted to his size. I see: the rear wheels.
       
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