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All Caught Up
Image SourceThere are numerous legends as to how exactly this bike got swallowed up by a tree but whatever happened, someone evidently didn’t need their bike anymore. If you ever happen to be passing through Vashon, Washington you can stop and check it out.
Image SourceNo, it’s not a Monet. It’s a National Geographic photo that caused quite a stir on the internet when a bunch of people started calling shenanigans on the picture saying it was nothing more than a painting. The photo is real though, and it was taken in the Namibian desert at twilight. The yellow/orange background is not the sky, it’s actually a sand dune and the spots are patches of white grass. The foreground is bluish and dark as a result of being in the shade.
Image SourceApparently under the right conditions clouds can actually form indoors, which artist Berndnaut Smilde takes advantage of to snape some extremely surreal photographs
The Swiss Army Knife Of Doom
Image SourceUnfortunately it’s not a joke. This 85 tool swiss army knife manufactured by Wenger is 9 inches long and weighs a whopping 2 pounds.