Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (45 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       18 Jan 2021       5014       7 GALLERY VIEW

“Sea urchins put rocks on their heads for protection, so if you give them tiny hats they'll wear them.”

“The sun shining through this cave in Japan.”

“Bee infestation so large that honey is coming from the plugs.”

“Lenticular clouds over the Egyptian pyramids.”

“Footsteps left in fresh snow after 50 mph winds (by Owen Leeper)”

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“Greek helmets from The Greek classical period sitting in Olympia Museum storeroom. Helmets from 510 BC to 323 BC.”

“Apparently Antarctica is the home of a gateway to another world.”

“In Rome there is a door, that if you look through the hole in the lock you will be able to perfectly see St Peter's Basilica, which thanks to the perspective will appear closer than it really is.”

“Today’s banana (left) next to its ancestor (right)”

“Snow, in the Sahara desert.”

“The sensor bar for my Wii broke, but because candles emit Infrared light my Wii remote can still be used.”

“That small dot is Mercury in front of the Sun.”

“Map of Pangea with today’s borders.”

“FA-18 going transonic.”

“This gate in Bali.”

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“Breastplate Armor of Ferdinand I, Holy Roman Emperor, 1549. Dimensions: 170.2 cm (67.0 in), Weight: 24 kg.”

“Arkansas is actually pretty scenic.”

“Jupiter's moon Io.”

“Touching North America and Europe at the same time. The man is in Silfrugjá, a fault in Iceland that allows divers to swim between two continents. The fault is growing about 2 cm per year due to plate movements.”

“In Norway, photographer Franco Banfi captured the moments when a curious polar bear tried to climb the deck.”

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“New York Subway, 1984.”

“My grandfather passed away a week ago. I'm helping my mother and aunt clean the house. We found 25 rifles and shotguns throughout the house. Under his bed, behind the fridge, behind doors. The oldest one was made in 1894.”

“Origami has come a long way since the paper cranes...This horse was folded from one square, no cuts or glue.”

“A young orphaned elephant and his keeper in Kenya.”

“This supercell over Wyoming.”

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“The Aurora Borealis above Shetland, UK.”

“When Nature Installs RGB on a Duck : Mandarin Duck.”

“This spectacular multi-colored national park in China.”

“19th century “Seat of Love” originally designed for Edward VII. The design allowed the infamous playboy prince to amuse himself in numerous ways, including with two ladies at the same time.”

“Northern Lights in Alaska.”

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“Undine Rising from the Waters by Chauncey Bradley Ives [1810-1894] Yale University Art Gallery.”

“New York City in the 1940s - amazingly the photograph has not been colourised or artificially sharpened.”

“A Rare half male half female butterfly.”

“The Rebel Bass.”

“Many were confused on why rocks were able to slide without any apparent force in death valley. The perfect weather conditions allow ice to build underneath the rocks on an angle, causing them to slide.”

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“The night sky before and after the 2003 Northeast Blackout. The power of light pollution is astounding.”

“The Gaur (Indian bison) is the largest wild bovid alive today. Reaching upto 3,300 pounds, Gaurs are capable of chasing off and killing tigers in self-defense.”

“Jonathan the tortoise in year 1886 and today.”

“This hairstylist's coloring talent.”

“Shadow sculpture (1997) by Tim Noble and Sue Webster.”

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“This momma tiger making her ears look like eyes to ward away any larger enemies that could approach.”

“3D Printed Rims”

“Snow in Saudi Arabia.”

“Hieroglyphics writing in the wall of Habu temple, Luxor Egypt.”

“A huge Megalodon tooth stuck in a whale vertebrae.”

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Prescott 2 month s ago
The last one is two separate pieces put together. They were not found like that.
       
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Etty 2 month s ago
# 16 Impossible dimensions of breastplate 170 cm(5'6"). this man should be more than 3m tall.(~10')
       
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Kathleen 2 month s ago
Etty, The entire suit of armour is 5'6", not just the breastplate. A moment of research is worth years of self righteous indignation.
       
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Adrian 2 month s ago
Kathleen, Etty is commenting on the caption which states that the breastplate armor is 170.2 cm. There is no need to do further research if one is mentioning an error within a printed caption. A moment of quiet reflection might assuage an embarrassing, highly public faux pas.
       
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Abel 2 month s ago
Adrian,

Touché Adrian, touché. Now, do you think this will be a learning moment for Kathleen?
       
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Kathleen 2 month s ago
Abel, I hAve LeArNt So MuCh! tHe VoIcEs FrOm ThE InTeRnEt ArE sO WiSe
       
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Matty 2 month s ago
I am commenting gratuitously because according to me I am entitled to jump in on this even though I have no actual part in the discussion up to this point and that's the amazing power granted to me by the internet to be invasive and opinionated while calling it being self assured in one huge run on sentence to make my point you don't care about but I feel you need to read.
       
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