Here’s another sample
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” Standing at 11 stories high and with about 250,000+ nails used, this would be the tallest wooden sky scraper to date. Take a look at this house in the trees.
Standing at 97 feet in height this tree house is the largest in the world. Horrace Burgess built this tree house all on his own. “
Golden Gate Bridge construction. 1937.
Niagara Falls during the freeze of 1911. You can see people walking right at the bottom of the frozen waterfall.
” The Viceroy Bali is a family owned and operated resort in Ubud consisting of 25 luxuriously appointed private pool villas, majestically situated in Bali’s “Valley of the Kings”.
The resort is also well known by sophisticated international travelers as one of the world’s secret tropical hideaways and respected by its many repeat guests as a destination that places emphasis on the best of privacy and comfort.”
A Majestic Tulip Farm in Netherlands.
Mini-carrots [570 grams = 200 calories]
Peanut butter [34 grams = 200 calories]
” When a car looks as good as these, chances are you also want the garage to look the part. Most of these cars are worth more then a large-sized home for an average person. Take a look at how these high end cars get stored.
If the cars are worth this much, it makes one wonder, how much one of these garages costs to engineer and build?”
” Our planet is a thing of beauty, and looking from space is no exception. Take a look at this collection of satellite imagery that we compiled from NASA archives.”
Byrd Glacier In Antarctica
“These photographs of Tower Bridge being constructed have been unveiled after a stash of hundred-year-old photos were found in a skip. The 50 sepia pictures, the most recent of which date back to 1892, reveal in incredible detail the ingenuity behind one of the capital’s most popular tourist destinations.”
All photos belong to David Willoughby / Barcroft Media
Incredible stitched-together panorama of New York’s Central Park. It feels like playing Sim City! Click to see full resolution. Photo by Sergey Semonov.
This photo has to be seen in it’s glory on the site to be appreciated . Click through and enlarge the photo to grasp the detail that it has captured , and check out the others while you are at it .
Here’s one more to whet your appetite
We’ll leave you guessing what this one is . Enjoy