Real Photo Post Card in Very Good, Posted in 1948 Condition. This RPPC "Featured by Robert Ripley as the Tallest One-Room House in the World. Diameter 33 feet. Circumference at base 101 feet. Floor space 21 x 27 feet. Height of tree 250 feet. Age over 4,000 years. Hollowed by fire over 800 years ago, the tree is still vigorously growing, Believe it or not."
Bee-Wearing Contest In China Won By Wang Dalin. Contenstants wore nothing but shorts, goggles, and nose plugs, and stood on a scales so that the weight of the bees could be calculated. Each contestant attracted the bees by locking a queen bee in a small cage and tying it to his body. The victor? 42-year old Wang Dalin, who added about 52 pounds of bees to his frame
The Power of a Hawaiian Wave
I went to this site and learned that I have work to do to keep me and others safe. A real WOW! The 21 Germiest Places You're Not Cleaning
Speaking of Pictures...these are creations of Chicago 'Mad Hatter,'" from a page that I have of Life magazine, Jul 16, 1945. "Cat hat has leather kittens and a ball of yarn.
It’s easy to think of words such as California or Texas or New York as just the places on the map, but those words actually meant something, once, and those meanings offer a little glimpse into history. The above map, designed by cartographers Stephan Hormes and Silke Peust, labels states, cities, and landmarks with the literal meanings of their official names. “Stink Onions,” “Heart’s Farm,” “Place to Find Gold”: Literal Names of U.S. Places, Mapped
Sand grains magnified 250 times. Every grain of sand in the world is unique when viewed through a microscope.
Ribbon lightening hits a tree
Lava flows down the flanks of Mount Etna in Sicily
Ford Model T street light maintenance truck - 1926
Davi Della Fiamma, of Charleston, WV breathes fire as part of Steel Town Fire’s demonstration at First Night in Downtown on Monday, December 31, 2012.(Stephanie Strasburg | Tribune-Review)
Looks like Hollywood movie, but real. Near South African coast during a military exercise by the British Navy. Picture nominated by National Geographic as "Picture of the year."
Have no idea where this is, but, it makes a beautiful picture.
A young boy with home-made wooden goggles grasps the tail of a tawny nurse shark as it pulls him through the shallow waters of the South China Sea.
Beautiful Clouded Moon
Okay, sure, he's barefoot. On a metal ladder. In a pool. Working with power tools. But at least he's wearing his protective goggles! This is called, "Why women live longer than men."
Most inspiring pictures and photos - NexToT
Isolation by Cliff Vestergaard
Lava tube directly into the ocean. Waves crashing up against the lava causing explosions
An Incredible Collection of the Best Supermoon Images of 2012
...dawn... by Markus Grunau, via 500px