The only thought that the wonders of our world are never-ending and always renewing is a great relief.
What would we do with limited access to the information? It’s even frightful to think about that. Okay, let’s not search for a black cat in a dark room, moreover if there is not any there.
We are forever grateful to live on this planet and prepared a post of appreciation here. Scroll down to see the majestic stuff that happens around us every day.
1. The ninth and now tallest tower of the Sagrada Familia Basilica has finally been completed and crowned with the twelve-pointed star of the Virgin Mary, lit up right before Christmas.
2. The Geometry of Fruits.
3. Forest noise amplifier is what my life has been missing.
4. Opera stage during Bregenz Festival, Austria.
5. These are the Bunda Cliffs from the southern edge of the Nullarbor Plain in Southern Australia. It’s the world’s largest single piece of limestone, covering an area of 270,000 square km and extending some 1,000 km from the east to the west.
6. These are called “Ghost Apples” and they rarely occur when the surface of an apple freezes and the apple then falls out.
7. Sarah Biffen (1784 – 2 October 1850) was a Victorian English painter born with no arms and only vestigial legs. She nevertheless taught herself to write, paint, sew, and use scissors with her mouth. This is a self-portrait she painted using her teeth.
8. The library at Marienburg Castle, Germany.
9. Star Wars jack-o-lantern.
10. Some horses have husky eyes too.
11. The size of hummingbird eggs, with fingers for scale.
12. Oaktree has grown through a baby mattress. These trees grow pretty slowly; how long has it been here?
13. Meet ‘Baby Yingliang’! Experts examined the 72 million-year-old embryo found inside a fossilized dinosaur egg in southern China, shedding new light on the link between the behavior of modern birds and dinosaurs.
14. Osborne 1 – The first-ever laptop computer, 1981.
15. Linear edge of cloud formation.
16. This basketball has obviously traveled for quite some time and grew its own little ecosystem with hundreds of barnacles. Not wanting to disrupt the marine crustaceans, the couple who found it took pictures and quickly released them back to their natural environment.
17. The Mud Maid is a living sculpture by Sue Hill at The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall, UK. Depending on the season, the mud maid’s ‘hair’ and ‘clothes’ change when the seasonal plants and moss grow over the sculpture.
18. This Was The Famous Coconut Road In The Philippines, And this is the Photo Of Before And After The Typhoon Odette… Kinda Sad…
19. The Indonesian Babirusa. The prehistoric appearance of these pigs is due to the prominent upwards curving canine tusks of the males, which pierce the flesh in the snout.
20. The gate at the Elephant Tower at the Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen, Denmark was built by architect Vilhelm Dahlerup in 1901.