Traveling is the only successful investment, the only way to spend money and get much more in return. Unfortunately, not all of us have the opportunity and can afford to travel a lot. But this won’t stop us from learning and exploring new things, and there is always photography to come to the rescue.
Moreover, during this difficult period for the whole world, where traveling is restricted we just have to admire some interesting photos about the world around us until we have the chance to see the real them.
#1. Triple-necked acoustic used by Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones
#2. Crosswalks in Korea have light bars on the ground to signal people.
#3. The world’s largest functioning toothpick sculpture, and its creator Scott Weaver. (It took 100,000 toothpicks & 37 years to complete)
#4. The astonishing statue of a three-headed fire-breathing dragon in the Lipetsk region, Russia.
#5. Harran’s hive houses, The 5000-Year-Old Ancient City in Turkey.
#6. This frog activated its hyperspace drive at the perfect moment
#7. Nub and antler growing in opposite directions makes it so unique
#8. Digital reconstruction of Abu Simbel. The original was completed in 1244 BCE and was the crowning achievement of Rameses the Great
#9. This happens after washing the dishes for 20 minutes.
#10. The true love of two little Corellas
#11. Incredibly detailed artwork. A bridge carved into a pencil
#12. Tens of thousands of ladybugs, crawling over each other in one huge clump. It’s called an aggregation.
#13. Skull of Daeodon shoshonensis, giant omnivores relative of whales and hippo from the Miocene of North America.
#14. Very similar to the ladybug aggregation. Nature sure does loopy things.
#15. Beautiful Hawaiian Lava Flow
#16. A polar bear stalking wildlife photographer Paul Souders from under the ice.
#17. It’s so astonishing that these 2 are the same person
#18. The armadillo lizard is a species of lizard in the family ‘Cordylidae’. This species is endemic to desert areas along the western coast of South Africa. In the wild, its most common prey items are termites.
#19. A solar-powered bike path that glows at night.
#20. A 1926 bottle of whisky smuggled into the United States from Canada by Al Capone’s company