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Saturday, July 30, 2016
Each one is amazing & rare phenomenon.
Blue ice...the result of snow falling on a glacier becoming compressed.Not a branch. It's a mammoth tusk unearthed from the ground.Not Legoland. It's a housing complex in San Buenaventura, Mexico.Thislooks like a piece of art, but it’s a honeycomb.An infrared photo of a garden. This is what a bee sees.This giant cactus, Pachycereus weberi, is native to Mexico and southern Arizona.This is what smoking does to your curtains.The stunning blue-ringed octopus, one of the most dangerous marine animals.The Iraqi Marshes: an aquatic landscape in adesert climate.A 27,000-year-old hand print
discovered on the rocks of an Indonesian island.Looks like a tattoo?
They're scars left after being struck bylightning.Bangledeshians get creative:
a floating bridge made out of dinghies.What a difference a century makes: The daily commute, then and now.Lavender and wheat fields grow side by side in perfect harmony.This is the rarely seen ili pika (Ochotona iliensis), a shy mountain animal from China that was recently spotted for the first time in 20 years.A rare sight: a sunset and eclipse at the same time.An ice cave formed by volcanic hot springs.Stuyvesant Town is Manhattan's largestapartment complex.Not something you see every day: lightningand a rainbow.A cloud formation above Lake Michigan in Holland State Park, Michigan.A bird’s-eye view of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.To get an idea of how large the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is, it has been rendered next to a city.