Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (41 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       5 Oct 2020       4468       11

“Large ice crystals in Switzerland.”

“Each sword is made with needle nose pliers and two straightened paperclips.”

“Tim Burton's mom made this Halloween costume for him (1967)”

“At the German Lego factory back in 1979, an unusual tradition appeared - employees who had worked for more than 25 years in production were awarded with a Lego brick. The size was quite small, only 2 by 4 cm, but made of solid gold.”

“This bull model made of sand.”

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“My grandpa in front of the plane he flew in World War II. He is 97 now.”

“This is a soft moss rug that grows thanks to a few drops of water that you leave behind when you leave the shower.”

“A 550 foot tall windowless building in New York, owned by AT&T and is the subject of many conspiracies.”

“The First Indian Woman Pilot.”

“I captured my BEST shot of Saturn with my 8 inch telescope and color camera.”

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“Night in York, England”

“Unicorn Colored Lobster, Dubbed "Lucky"”

“First image ever taken of the Hydrogen Atom”

“Buttload is 477 litres - who knew”

“This really cool shadow.”

“Just a rhino kissing an african man under a rainbow umbrella.”

“Hitching a ride on water.”

“Sleeping beauty’s cake recreation.”

“A rainbow pigeon seen in London.”

Rare Black Barn Owl

“This stretch on I-80 in Wyoming is known as the Highway to Heaven.”

“The Jacana bird is known for carrying it's chicks in it's wings.”

“Same time of the day, one week apart.”

“The Olm is an aquatic European cave salamander whose blind, can go 10 years without food, and can lay eggs or give birth to live young depending on the temperature.”

“The actual violin play by lead Titanic violinist Wallace Hartley the night of the sinking.”

“Walt Disney sketching and interacting with deer that acted as reference models for the animation of Bambi (1942)”

“Passage de Gua is a street in France that disappears underwater twice a day. Drivers have only a couple of hours to cross it, otherwise they run the risk of being left under a 4-meter layer of water.”

“This chameleon on a coloured towel.”

“This creepy-looking foot is a fungus called xyleria polymorpha. Commonly known as "dead man's fingers".”

“An extremely rare white humpback whale.”

“Two boys teaching each other parts of their culture (1962).”

“Extreme Antarctic Winds Shape Trees Into Beautiful Forms on Slope Point, New Zealand.”

“The Tree Kangaroo Reappeared in New Guinea After Vanishing for 90 Years. The ultra-rare Wondiwoi tree kangaroo was last recorded by scientists in 1928.”

“Death Defying Honey Hunters of Nepal”

“Who Said Ancient Architecture Didn't Have Cool Rooftop Swimming Pools? India Had It!”

“A top view from pnb 118 (2nd tallest building in the world in construction in Malaysia)”

“2 trees that’s been gnawed on by beavers

1936 Tricycle.

Orbweaver's spiderweb.

A strawberry's surface.

“The dried up Aral Sea Western Uzbekistan. Once the 4th largest lake in the world.”


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Missy 1 weeks ago
#4 Err sorry LEGO is Danish!
The germans makes Haribo candy but has nothing to with LEGO.
       
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Angie 1 weeks ago
Missy, It doesn't say Lego is German; It's a Lego factory located in Germany
       
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Joshua 1 weeks ago
Missy,

..and 2 by 4 cm is quite large for a 2 by 4 lego brick, actually

Viney,

i bet it once was a switchboard for telephony
       
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Cynthia 1 weeks ago
#22 -
"..it is chicks in it is wings."

Look up the term "apostrophe," it will be a revelation.
       
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Brady 1 weeks ago
Cynthia,
Are you under the impression that "it's" is possessive?
       
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Cynthia 1 weeks ago
Brady,
Obviously the original poster is....which would be her reason for the phrase "holding it's (should be 'its') in it's (should be 'its) wings.

"It's" means "it is," always in every instance save the rare contraction "it's" meaning "it has." (It's been a long time.)
       
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Percival 1 weeks ago
#27 This is Passage du Gois, a road between the island of Noirmoutier and the mainland: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passage_du_Gois
       
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Tessa 1 weeks ago
#38 it's art deco style? 36
       
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Viney 1 weeks ago
#8 is 33 Thomas St, in NYC. The style is called 'Brutalist' architecture.
       
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Flick 1 weeks ago
#6 Hello to you sir and Thank You for Your Service!
       
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Tessie 1 weeks ago
#24 quarantine level: 100
       
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