Discover and save creative ideas

    A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words


    A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

    • 202 Pins

    1945, a russian soldier carries the head of hitler.

    Order of Nine Angles

    o9a.soup.io

    KNOWLEDGE IS POWER: "Most were teenagers... and were raped by between 10 to 100 soldiers a day at military rape camps," Lee states on her website. "Women were starved, beaten, tortured, and killed. By some estimates only 25 to 30 percent survived the ordeal."

    The History Of 'Comfort Women': A WWII Tragedy We Can't Forget

    huffingtonpost.com

    Poster protesting force-feeding of hunger striking women in prison. This was an extremely painful and humiliating experience. Dreadful.

    The Suffragettes – Vote Pankhurst! | Manchester Walks

    newmanchesterwalks.com

    Suffragettes

    Pinned from
    1.bp.blogspot.com

    20 Shocking Secret Photos from a 1972 Rothchild Iluminati Party that you are not supposed to see!!! - Destination Luxury

    Pinned from
    destinationluxury.com

    Eyes and Nebulas

    Community Post: The Universe In Us

    buzzfeed.com

    In winter of 1926 horses escape stables during a fire and jump into the ice-clogged river, where they are trapped by the huge ice chunks and struggle to get free, but are frozen in the ice Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 1926

    Pinned from
    beforeitsnews.com

    COVERT SCIENCE: EVERYTHING YOU KNOW IS WRONG. Is the air inhabited by invisible beings? In 1953 Wilhelm Reich bet he could make one visible so photographer Norman Leistig could film it. Leistig’s assistant held up an ‘Orgone-charged rod’ and within 5 seconds a huge, jellyfish-like thing appeared and attached itself. The experience so alarmed the two men they refused to discuss it, although years later Leistig claimed Reich was ‘the devil himself.’ "What you don't know can hurt you. 1860-1998."

    Pinned from
    indulgy.com

    This awsome picture was taken in the Bitterroot National Forest in Montana on August 6, 2000 by a fire behavior analyst from Fairbanks, Alaska by the name of John McColgan with a Digital camera. Since he was working while he took the picture, he cannot sell or profit from it so he should at least be recognized as the photographer of this once in a lifetime shot.

    Pinned from
    gpsinformation.net

    makes me think of Bambi

    Pinned from
    backdoorsurvival.com

    A boy left his bike chained to a tree when he went away to war in 1914. He never returned, leaving the tree no choice but to grow around the bike. Amazing!

    Pinned from
    viralnova.com

    Wall of Fire, Lake Arrowhead, California. Impressive shot.

    Pinned from
    bluepueblo.tumblr.com

    1972 "Little Edie" from Grey Gardens poses in her house filled with garbage. Nice cat photo bomb

    Pinned from
    victoriaelizabethbarnes.com

    "By the time I am actually photographing something, so much research has gone into the subject that my understanding of it forces me to see it for what it is. During the shooting process, I am looking to compose and create images that will captivate, so in some sense I am attempting to make a silk purse from a sow's ear. Toxic waste from aluminium manufacture collect in a pond, in Darrow, Louisiana. Picture: J Henry Fair/...

    Pinned from
    telegraph.co.uk

    Frog entombed in stone. There have been around 90 documented cases of frogs found in geods. They appear to be thousands rather than millions of years old. The frogs are encased in mucous and are pale. They come to life on exposure to air and usually die in a couple of days.

    Pinned from
    aquiziam.com

    Wait....what??? Bio-Genica is a Bioengineering Company that has combined, and modified existing DNA to create Genpets -  living, breathing mammals - flesh and blood just like any other animal. Packaged in plastic they hang on retail shelves in a chemically induced type of hibernation controlled by a protein in the packages’ nutrient supply tubes...I hope this is not for real.

    Pinned from
    genpets.com

    Bison in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Having a little 'bark' snack.

    Pinned from
    flickr.com

    deserted railroad track reclaimed by tree shows us that if we stop the world will not or to put it another way, the world does not revolve around us.

    Through the Lens Darkly

    whimster-photography.com

    Super

    Pinned from
    mushroomfish.tumblr.com

    She chose a green burial.

    Pinned from
    news.discovery.com

    Fundy National Park, via Flickr.

    Pinned from
    flickr.com

    Buried on Page B1, alongside the hum-drum headline “KKK march calm,” a powerful image of race relations in the southern United States was nearly lost. In fact, it almost wasn’t published at all. And in the 20 years since, this emotionally complex photograph of a Klan-robed toddler playfully touching the riot shield of a bemused African-American state trooper has gone uncelebrated and largely unknown.

    Pinned from
    poynter.org

    .

    Pinned from
    dr0gon.tumblr.com

    Lost for 1,600 years, the royal quarters of Cleopatra were discovered off the shores of Alexandria. A team of marine archaeologists, led by Frenchman, Franck Goddio, began excavating the ancient city in 1998. Historians believe the site was submerged by earthquakes and tidal waves, yet, astonishingly, several artifacts remained largely intact. Amongst the discoveries were the foundations of the palace, shipwrecks, red granite columns, and statues of the goddess Isis and a sphinx. The Egyptian...

    Pinned from
    ourolux.com.br

    I would love to know what's happening here...

    Pinned from
    on-the-out-side-looking-in.tumblr.com