This is the last photograph ever taken of the Titanic:
This is María Branyas, a 115-year-old woman who just became the oldest living person on Earth as of January 17, 2023:
If you take all the cookie dough out of your cookie dough ice cream and bake it, this is what it'll look like:
Texas makes Europe look super small:
And, for a little perspective, this is what the entire United States looks like compare to just a small part of the planet Saturn's north pole:
This is what the Statue of Liberty looked like while it was under construction in France:
This is what Albert Einstein's desk looked like on the day he died:
This was at Princeton University. And, no, I don't want any "netverk has gone kaputt" jokes in the comments.
In the 1950s, archeologists discovered the 13th century doodles of a Russian boy named Onfim, some of the oldest drawings by a child ever discovered:
These are from the 1200s, folks! They were made on bark and found next to his homework.
Before production began on Bambi, live deer were brought into the studio to teach Disney artists how to properly draw them:
This is one of the only pictures of President Andrew Jackson, taken shortly before his death in 1845:
This is what the surface of Mars looked like on December 16, 2022:
It was taken by NASA's Perseverance rover.
The two people depicted in Grant Wood's American Gothic actually exist. This is what they looked like:
And, actually, they're not a couple. It's the artist's sister and his dentist.
This is what a completely empty CVS looks like:
Blue stop signs exist:
They're found on private property, generally.
This is what the first Walmart, located in Arkansas, looked like:
It's now a museum. A Walmart museum.
texas - 695 662 km²
europe - 10 530 000 km²
This is some stupid case of whataboutism
Not true, Texas = 695,662 sq km, United Kingdom = 242,495 sq km. Texas is more than twice the size of the UK.
The one furthest away is literally and logically the "last" image ever taken of Titanic.
They all float down here...
Not that I'm arguing, but why?
If your comparing to a "pecker" then it's not just the English.
Showers and growers.
I do love the glasses with side optics for peripheral vision.
I think you mean peyronie's disease.
wow if our planet were any larger then you could actually get away from it all
Not rare at all...it's the basis for the practice of coppicing, which dates back centuries