Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (50 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       28 Dec 2020       6208       10 GALLERY VIEW



“There are 10 female eagle hunters left in Mongolia. One of them is 15 year old Zamanbol who uses her golden eagle to catch foxes and other small animals in the Altai Mountains.”

“Roman sea swimming pool.”

“This apple bonsai tree grew an apple.”

“Mountain Chief recording Blackfoot songs for the Smithsonian, 1916.”

“The Tomb of Ramesses VI, The Valley of Kings, Egypt.”

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“Owls sometimes sleep on their bellies!”

“The naked mole rat. They cannot get cancer. They can live up to 18 minutes without oxygen. They also live in colonies with queens. And they're the longest living rodents with a lifespan of up to 32 years.”

“Tree made of trees.”

“Aerial view of Tokyo.”

“A taiwan blue magpie.”

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“19 year old Hans Conrad Schumann became the unwitting symbol of the Free World when he leapt to freedom on the third day of the Berlin Walls construction, 1961. This photograph named “Leap Into Freedom” has since become an iconic image of the Cold War era.”

“This slice of agate that appears like a nuclear detonation above the ocean.”

“Anti-gluttony door in the Alcobaça Monastery, Portugal. Every monk had to fetch his own food from the kitchen, going through this 32 cm (1 ft) large door.”

“3500 year old wool trousers.”

“Victorian era radiator with built-in food warmer.”

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“Dr. James Naismith, the inventor of basketball, practices with his wife Maude. (1928)”

“Origami Kabutomushi v3, designed by Kota Imai and folded by me from one uncut square of paper.”

“One of the last mountain Gorillas.”

“Telescopefish are small, deep-sea aulopiform fish. Though rarely captured, they are found in cold, deep tropical waters worldwide.”

“A farmer in Nebraska organized 600 head of cattle to say thank you to the healthcare industry.”

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“Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s 3,300-Year-Old Sandals.”

“Airplane House in Oregon.”

“These are called Scud clouds. This was recently captured in South Carolina.”

“The Royal Portuguese Cabinet of Reading in Rio de Janeiro.”

“Jim Carrey and Eddie Murphy pose for a photo after running into each other working on the same studio set (2000)”

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“Members of the Blackfoot Tribe photographed in Glacier National Park, 1913.”

“Rainbow from the window lines up perfect on stove.”

“Jupiter and Saturn Alignment from Italy.”

“The Great Conjunction of Saturn and Jupiter forming a single bright “star” in the sky. They finally aligned on December 21st.”

“Frog swallowed a christmas light to warm up.”

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“Biblical Christmas Tree Angel.”

“The longest prehistoric human trail ever discovered. It's 1.5 kilometers long, discovered in NM, in an area full of predators during the ice age. The footprints belong to a young adult and a toddler, likely a mother and child. She was in a hurry and some times carried the child on her back.”

“This tank painted similar to a Russian tea set.”

“Porcelain can sculptures by LeiXue.”

“The Conjunction. Taken from Australia.”

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“Little girl poses with 50 STONE grizzly bear after it was adopted as a cub and brought up by Russian family.”

“New York looks like a circuit board at night.”

“Breathtaking new sculpture “Thrive” outside the Society Las Olas apartments in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida. By internationally admired South African artist, Daniel Popper.”

“For right handed, left eye dominant folks.”

“The Prague Astronomical Clock, installed in 1410, is the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest clock still operating.”

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“Rouen Cathedral (Normandy, France) light show honored the roots of Normandy by projecting Norse runes onto the cathedral. Quite an amazing sight.”

“A $100 stack of new/uncirculated one dollar bills next to a $100 stack of used/circulated one dollar bills.”

“This is a statue of Yasuke, the first, and only black samurai. He was a former slave in Mozambique before he became a Samurai in Fuedal Japan.”

“The Kopp–Etchells effect is a sparkling ring or disk that is sometimes produced by rotary-wing aircraft when operating in desert conditions.”

“A girl in roller skates looks at a British soldier. Northern Island, 1972.”

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“The 1954 Kaiser Darrin, the door slides into the front fender.”

“2000 year old Egyptian 20 sided die with Greek characters.”

“Now this is what you call a treehouse.”

“Gaming PC built into desk.”

“Mount Fuji seen from the International Space Station.”

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Angel 9 month s ago
#46 i knew a guy who owned one of these, i thought it was so cool that the doors slid into the fenders
       
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Abner 9 month s ago
#45 Ireland - not Island
       
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Lonny 9 month s ago
Abner, It's funny how the mind works sometimes. When I read that, I read "Ireland". I guess my brain knew that's what it was supposed to say.
       
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Zachariah 9 month s ago
#36
"50 Stone".
Can we switch to another arbitrary measurement? I propose we start weighing things in fully laden ultra-large crude carriers. The bear weighs 0.0006 FLULCCs.

Also: the American date format is stupid.
       
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Caroline 9 month s ago
Zachariah,what you've just wrote... is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever read. At no point, in your rambling, incoherent response, were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone on this site is now dumber for having read to it. I vote you down, and may God have mercy on your soul.

Edmund, Your native American name is "Makes stupid points". A stone is a unit equivalent to 14 pounds, so the bear weighs 700 pounds.
       
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Zachariah 9 month s ago
Caroline,
Yes, we all watched Billy Madison and had a laugh... 25 years ago, have a cookie.
My point still stands.
       
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Christine 9 month s ago
#9 - imagine trying to evacuate that city
       
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Titia 9 month s ago
#33 „Zwiebelmuster“ (onion pattern) is a famous design from Meissen, Germany, and it porcelain manufactory, but nothing Russian...
       
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Edmund 9 month s ago
#4. What is the native American's name though ?

#36. What, it is made from 50 stones ?
       
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Vallie 9 month s ago
#40 I had a chance to see this watch, interesting, but the place itself is to much crowd. This photo or it was taken in Coronavirus peak, or at 05AM or with closed square.
       
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