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♥Island~of~Molokini♥ ~Natural star and crescent~ between Maui and Kahoolawe

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Amazing new transparent concrete, by Mexican students Joel Sosa and Sergio Omar Galván. This team of material innovators claim that their “concrete” is 30% lighter than normal concrete and lets through 80% of the light, or so they say.

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Circus

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Exquisite patterns emerge from salt scattered on a metal plate which is stroked with a bass fiddle bow, illustrating two dimensional vibration.

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One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years to make this kinetic sculpture of San Francisco

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Shrunken head cider for Halloween, ha ha!

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Educational toys. -- Whoa!

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Unusual trees from around the world media-cache0.pint... fcseh bizarre cool remarkable

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Pooktre @Peter Cook got the idea for growing his own furniture in 1986. Nowadays he's a regular master at the refined art of tree shaping — guiding trees into desirable designs as they grow.

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one man band, ca. 1880

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pan boy toby froud at fairieworlds years ago at hornings hideout

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Enal, a young sea nomad, rides on the tail of a tawny nurse shark, in Sulawesi, Indonesia. The picture is by James Morgan, submitted to the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

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Fossilized Mermaid

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Underwater post office in Vanuatu....

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Island of Molokini - natural star and crescent - between Maui and Kahoolawe, Hawaii

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Chladni plates :: Ricky Van Broekhoen Visualization of frequency patterns

One man, 100,000 toothpicks, and 35 years: An incredible kinetic sculpture of San Francisco

Molokini Crater, Maui, Hawaii

Translucent Lightweight Concrete - It is made by Porjoel Sosa and Sergio Omar Galvan, Mexico. The material is 30% lighter but has the same strength, consistency and resistance as regular concrete, while allowing 80% light transmittance. It comes in a variety of colors.

Circus Girls, Florida State University, 1952 | Images by Loomis Dean Thank you to LIFE Archive

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Scott Weaver is an American, born in 1960 in San Francisco. At the age of eight, he made his first sculpture of toothpicks, and from 1974 he started work on a vast and incredibly complex sculptural composition called Rolling Through the Bay, dedicated to his hometown. In 2008, Scott finally completed his grand creation, the creation of which took about three thousand hours, and about a hundred thousand toothpicks. Work on the creation of this masterpiece took 35 years