20 Images That Become Way More Interesting With Context
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Hand of Saint Teresa
This is the Hand of Saint Teresa in the church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced in Ronda, Spain. This piece is traditionally visited & kissed by Christians. The relic is also the possible inspiration for the infinity gauntlet.
The last words of the pilot of TransAsia flight 235 were "Wow, pulled back the wrong side throttle." 39 of the 58 people died.
In 2000, a Utah father designed this tombstone for his son depicting him "free of his earthly burdens." His son spent the majority of his life wheelchair-bound, blind, and paralyzed from the waist down.
Bill Haast, a Florida man, injected snake venom into his blood to immunize himself from deadly bites. He was bitten over 172 times by usual deadly snakes, but survived each time. He lived till the age of 100.
A village in Poland.
The story of Annunzio Lagomarsini, who built a "flying house" by himself out of scraps. The house could be lifted 20 meters in the air and could rotate 360 degrees. Why? His wife wanted to be able to see the sea and always have sunlight in the living room.
Protests in France.
Whale oil shines a bright pastel blue while under a black light.
Once a year at 11:11 am, this memorial captures the sunlight perfectly to form the seal of the United States
Small vs big.
Two men sitting on the Abraj AI Bait clock tower in Mecca.
In India there is a tribe who learned to make living bridges out of ficus tree roots. They take 15-30 years to make, some are over 500 years old and 15-250 feet over rivers and gorges. Unlike normal bridges, they grow stronger over time.
Golf course next to Giza.
How they expected food delivery to be in the future.
Zero harm pizza.
For April fools day, Pizza hut in Taiwan sell “zero harm pizza”. Which is just a ring of crust and can do zero harm to your physique.
One of the two remaining northern white rhinos in the world, guarded 24 hours a day to guard against poachers
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