Pics That Are So Poignant And Fascinating (50 pics)

Posted in RANDOM       2 Mar 2020       12765       5

Robert Wadlow (1918) is the tallest person in history (2.72 m). At the age of 8 he was taller than his father. Here in the photo with his family at 21.

Boeing 747 breaking through morning fog.

“Embroidery tattoo style looks cool.”

Electric Forest Festival 2019.

A patient photographer “shoots the moon”

Bonsai castle by Takanori Aiba.

This Japanese high school teacher left a message to his graduating class. It says “Make sure you guys graduate!” and “This is just the beginning, enjoy your own path!”

An aerial view of the world's largest airplane boneyard in Tucson, Arizona.

This library in Tianjin Binhai, China spans 33,700 square meters and holds over 1.2 million books. It's nicknamed "The Eye"

This is an oil painting.

Jupiter is beautiful.

Camping on a cliff.

This massive 40,000 piece puzzle.

This is Anders Hofman, the first person to complete a Ironman race in Antarctica.

The real-life Jaws.

Giant wasp nest found in São Paulo - Brazil.

One of the tallest indoor climbing walls is inside of an old, converted grain silo in Carrollton, Texas.

Post Chemo Henna Crown.

When winter is comming. 

Earth from 900 million miles away.

Lightning above the clouds.

Temple of Samut Prakan, Thailand.

Hope for Peace Monument containing 78 military vehicles of various types from many time periods from all over the world.

Cinque Terre, Italy.

Christopher Robin's actual toys. New York Public Library.

This girl hugging a large rose quartz crystal.

Chalk Under A Microscope.

This flight simulation battlestation from 2002.

Shadows cast from a tree during an eclipse.

The incredible sculpture of the “Disinganno” by Italian artist Francesco Queirolo includes an intricate net made from a single block of marble: no apprentice wanted to touch it for fear of breaking it. Naples, Sansevero Chapel (1753-1754)

Salt under an electron microscope.

A Victorian aquarium.

This tiny detailed astronaut carved out of pencil lead.

The first submarine to be used (unsuccessfully) in war (American Revolutionary War) ‘The Turtle’ 1775.

“I pointed my telescope at the Whirlpool Galaxy for over 12 hours and got this picture of it.”

Amazing bioluminescent plankton in Baja California, Mexico.

WW1 Canadian battlefield medical kit.

Electrostatically levitated molten metal droplet in a laser furnace.

A Victorian sewing kit.

Museum reconstruction of Roman Armor.

A lioness with her "adopted" leopard cub in Gir National Park.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and his father Rocky Johnson, 1981.

Peter Pan Cake.

“Saturn - highest resolution to date.”

Garb of a state executioner, India, 1903.

Kansas City public library.


Credits:  izismile.com


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salamoon 5 month s ago
#30 this should be more famous than Mona Lisa.... 36
       
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Occasion 5 month s ago
#18 Beautiful, truly brave and not for everyone. Check if you want use henna before or after chemo. Just google henna skin allergy and you'll know!
       
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Check 5 month s ago
I know there is a type of black henna which is supposedly made of toxic ingredients that has also made some people very ill.
       
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Funny 5 month s ago
#18 Beautiful work, but... I also have seen fotos of people with a henna allergy. Not a pretty sight.
       
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Lorraine 1 month ago
POPEYE~!
       
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