Unforgettable Photos Of Fortunate Moments (43 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       9 Jul 2024       4104       7 GALLERY VIEW
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"My Friend Just Got This Once-In-A-Lifetime Picture"

"I Pointed My Telescope At The Phoenix Nebula For Almost 12 Hours To Capture This. I Really Got Lucky"

"My Mother Found My Cat Online After A Whole Year Of Being Lost"

"I Saw This Extremely Rare Rainbow Cloud"

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"I'm A Woodturner And Found A Lovely Bowl In A Vintage Store Made By The Guy Who Inspired Me As A Kid. I Felt The Bowl Was Very Familiar, So I Flipped Through The Book And Found This"

"I Found The Ultra Rare Physoplexis Comosa"

"Insanely Well-Timed Picture"

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"I've Peaked. I Found These Lalique French Crystal Cats"

"I found these guys at an antique store for $19 each. I know they were high-quality crystals and were heavy (9 lb each), so I bought them on a whim without knowing what they were. I got home and looked up the signature on the bottom, which ended up being “Lalique France." The retail value of them, from what I found, is around $3000 for the pair. Pretty happy for $40."

 

"We Were Seconds Away From Losing Our Home To The California Fire. Thank You To All The Firefighters Who Saved Our Community"

"Reminder To Always Wear A Helmet If You Want To Be Lucky Like Me"

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"I Flipped A Kayak In Sea Cave And Lost A Go-Pro Style Camera. 2.5 Years Later, I Got An Email Saying That It Had Been Found And The Footage Was Intact"

"A Nice Person Found My Phone After I Left It In The Metro Train And Took Pictures Before Giving It To The Train Staff"

"Whoever you are, thank you, kind stranger, for picking up my phone and giving it to the train staff after I lost it in the Melbourne metro train. I'm glad you took pictures on my phone, so at least everyone will know what a great person you are."

 

"The Bible That Saved My Great-Great-Grandfather In World War 1"

"Dropping A Plate While Doing The Dishes"

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"The Soldier Received His Mounted Helmet, Which Took A 7.62 Round At 20 Feet While Wearing It. He Wouldn't Have Survived That Impact Had He Not Been Wearing That Helmet"

"I Poured This Glass Of Wine Before Noticing A Chunk Of The Stem Was Missing. Not Sure How It’s Still Standing, But Thankfully It Didn't Spill"

"During A Storm, A Split Tree Fell On Either Side Of A Car. Both Trunks Reached Across The Street But Didn't Damage A Car"

"My Mom Lost A Very Special Earring Overseas While Visiting Relatives Two Months Ago. We Searched For Days When It Went Missing. Today We Found It"

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"I Was Lucky Enough To Have The Aurora Borealis Visible In South England On My Wedding Night"

"After I Posted My Painting Of Bad Luck Brian, Mr. Bad Luck Himself Contacted Me To Purchase It. I'm Feeling Blessed"



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Bertha 1 week ago
In the case of #17 a helmet saved a hero which is a good thing; in #12 not so much as the helmet probably saved a moron.
       
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Littleberry 1 week ago
Bertha,Bikers can have accidents too. Just like your parents did.
       
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Gilbert 1 week ago
Littleberry, legend.
       
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Cene 1 week ago
#8 Who are these people that use the words "insane" and "insanely" to try to amplify the feeling associated with a picture? They could leave it out and it would be so much better.

#17 "Bertha" you're mentally ill.
       
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Darkey 1 week ago
#2 If you're spending 12 hours with your telescope, you're probably not getting lucky.
       
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Joey 1 week ago
Darkey,

There's a salacious double meaning to your comment that you might be unaware of. girl_devil
       
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Joey 1 week ago
#7 "...just before I stepped on it." acute

#9 Be sure to get them authenticated, as Lalique is notoriously counterfeited. I have real Lalique and fakes which I use as comparative reference.

#10 What an incredibly hyperbolic statement. That looks like it was merely a localized brush fire, and that sturdy steel and stone wall is what 'actually' saved your needlessly frightened fruity "community' even if it burnt out on it's own without fire fighting intervention. sm_80

#23 An ultra rare case of true philanthropy.

#28 "Hidden treasure" connotes intent. These were merely lost...then found.

#34 That's cool. But, 12 years ago I found a Gio Ponti "A Canne" vase stamped "Venini Murano Italy" for $5 at a thrift store and sold it on eBay for almost $14,000. seriously.

I knew exactly what it was and how much it was worth. I carried it out of the store like it was made out of nitro glycerin.
       
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