Tuesday , 24 October 2017


Nature doesn’t always conform to the status quo. No, Sir.

Sometimes wrapping your head around nature is a tricky thing to comprehend. Below are strange happenings that somehow occurred in nature. Take for instance this branch that did not permit the flower permission to blossom. Indeed, birds of a feather really do flock together. Life found a way in this discarded bottle. This river rapids whipped up its own version …

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Breathtaking Shots of The Thunderbirds

The men of the United States Air Force Thunderbirds are among the most talented pilots in the world, soaring across the globe to perform feats of aeronautic acrobatics. In preparation for an air show last weekend, they took practice runs over France and England. Catch them tearing through the skies over Stonehenge, Omaha Beach, The Louvre, and other iconic landmarks.

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Jupiter Like You’ve Never Seen It

Launched in August 2011 as part of the “New Frontiers program”, Juno entered orbit around Jupiter on July 5th last year. Since then, it has been capturing spectacular images and boldly going where no man (or probe) has gone before. These most recent images are, scientifically speaking, fucking breathtaking. Scientist estimate that Jupiter’s colossal storm has been raging for centuries. …

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Big Sculpture of Dead Whale Appears on Philippines Beach

This massive 73 ft. x 10 ft. installation made of plastic wastes found in the ocean was made by the creative team and local artists to ensure the realistic effects of every detail and texture—the slimy innards sprawling out of its underbelly which composed of plastic bags, remains of plastic containers, sachet, bottles and more.

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The Hallig Islands Are Wonderful And Special Place

On the coast of the North Sea in Germany there are small marsh land islands which Germans call Hallig. At times the islands are connected to the mainland, but they become islands when the tides rise. There are ten of these islands but only three are uninhabited.

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