Memories

My brother sent these to me, and I was surprised that I had forgotten several of them. Thanks, Kelly!

DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS?
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO USE THIS ?
WHAT’S THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THESE TWO OBJECTS?
DID YOU EVER RIDE ONE OF THESE???
DO YOU KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH THESE?
DO YOU KNOW WHAT THIS IS?
HAVE YOU EVER SHOPPED AT THIS STORE?
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO PLAY WITH THESE?
DO YOU RECOGNIZE WHO THIS IS?
DO YOU KNOW THEIR NAMES?
HAVE YOU EVER HAD A GLASS OF THIS?
DID YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW HAVE ONE OF THESE?
DID YOU, OR ANYONE YOU KNOW, EVER TAKE THIS CLASS IN SCHOOL?
DO YOU KNOW WHAT’S HANGING FROM THE CHAIN OR RUNNING UP THE POLE?
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN OR USED ONE OF THESE?
DO YOU KNOW WHAT THESE ARE?
HAVE YOU EVER USED THIS?
HAVE YOU EVER PLAYED THIS?
WAS THERE EVER A TIME IN YOUR LIFE THAT THIS WAS THE ONLY OPTION TO DRY YOUR CLOTHES?
WHAT’S THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THESE TWO OBJECTS?
IS THIS A FAMILIAR SCENE?
DOES THIS BRING BACK GOOD MEMORIES?
DID HE EVER COME TO YOUR HOUSE?
DID YOU EVER HAVE TO SAY “HELLO” BEFORE YOU KNEW WHO WAS CALLING?
DID YOU EVER LAUGH OUTLOUD WATCHING THIS?
 
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Excellent historic photos you may have never seen before

1. Unpacking the Head of the Statue of Liberty delivered June 17, 1885

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

2. The hippo belonged to a circus and apparently enjoyed pulling the cart as a trick 1924

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

3. Charlie Chaplin in 1916 at the age of 27

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

4. Annie Edison Taylor (1838-1921), the first person to survive going over Niagara Falls in a barrel in 1901.

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

5. Sharing bananas with a goat during the Battle of Saipan, ca. 1944

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

6. Advertisement for Atabrine, an anti-malaria drug. Papua, New Guinea during WWII

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

7. Artificial legs, United Kingdom, ca. 1890

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

8. 1920?s lifeguard

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

9. Bookstore ruined by an air raid, London 1940

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

10. Testing new bulletproof vests, 1923

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

11. Suntan vending machine, 1949

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

12. A space chimp poses for the camera after a successful mission to space in 1961
30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

13. Unknown soldier in Vietnam, 1965

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

14. Little girl comforting her doll in the ruins of her bomb damaged home, London, 1940

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

15. Illegal alcohol being poured out during Prohibition, Detroit 1929

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

16. Austrian boy receives new shoes during WWII

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

17. Construction of the Berlin wall, 1961

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

18. Animals being used as a part of medical therapy in 1956

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

19. Hitler’s officers and cadets celebrating Christmas, 1941

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

20. Children eating their Christmas dinner during the Great Depression: turnips and cabbage

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

21. The real Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin, ca. 1927

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

22. Abraham Lincoln’s hearse, 1865

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

23. A most beautiful suicide – 23 year old Evelyn McHale leapt to her death from an observation deck (83rd floor) of the Empire State Building, May 1, 1947. She landed on a United Nations limousine…

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

24. A mom and her son watch the mushroom cloud after an atomic test 75 miles away, Las Vegas, 1953

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

25. A penniless mother hides her face in shame after putting her children up for sale, Chicago, 1948

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

26. Annette Kellerman promoted women’s right to wear a fitted one-piece bathing suit, 1907… She was arrested for indecency.

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

27. Martin Luther King Jr. with his son by his side removing a burnt cross from his front yard, 1960

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

28. Walter Yeo, one of the first people to undergo advanced plastic surgery & a skin transplant.

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

29. Princeton students after a freshman vs. sophomores snowball fight in 1893

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

30. Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum in London, 1930

30 Unique And Compelling Photos From Our Past

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Stunning animal photos shot at sunrise and sunset

Stunning sunrise and sunset pictures capture the silhouettes of some of South Africa’s most recognisable animals

  • Photographer Andrew Schoeman, 40, captured this stunning collection of images across South Africa
  • His vivid images show everything from an alpha male lion, elephants, tiny bee-eating birds and Cape Turtle doves

Seeing some of the world’s most majestic creatures in their natural African habitat is always a momentous occasion. But, as these beautiful pictures show, watching them in their element during the twilight hours is all the more spectacular.

Photographer Andrew Schoeman, 40, captured these stunning images of mammals and birds prowling the wilds of South Africa but appearing as silhouettes against the contrasting background of the setting and rising sun.

His vivid images show everything from an imposing alpha male lion and hefty elephants to tiny bee-eating birds and Cape Turtle doves.

The Lion King: Photographer Andrew<br /> Schoeman captured this striking image of an alpha male lion prowling across the wild fields of South Africa

The Lion King: Photographer Andrew Schoeman captured this striking image of an alpha male lion prowling across the wild fields of South Africa

Land of the rising sun: A yellow billed stork at sunrise can be seen flying across the African plains as the sky lightens up behind

Land of the rising sun: A yellow billed stork at sunrise can be seen flying across the African plains as the sky lightens up behind

Mr Schoeman, who works as a freelance photographic guide on safari, took the shots at sunrise and sunset.

They include a herd of elephants fresh from swimming across a river or enjoying a dust bath and a giraffe appearing to dwarf the bright sun.

Mr Schoeman, from Nelspruit, said: ‘I love the colour in the images. A lot of photographers only want sunlight but I feel there are many opportunities after the sun has set or the light has gone.

Born to be wild: Silhouettes of elephants as they march across the African terrain near the Chobe river in Botswana

Born to be wild: Silhouettes of elephants as they march across the African terrain near the Chobe river in Botswana

On the prowl: Photographer Andrew Schoeman captured these two Cheetahs as the sun begins to set in the horizon

On the prowl: Photographer Andrew Schoeman captured these two Cheetahs as the sun begins to set in the horizon

‘For me a silhouette tells a story and there is something special about capturing the moment in time just before the sun has gone but there are still great colours in the sky.

‘I need to be very accurate with my exposures otherwise I can lose the colour in the sky and I enjoy the challenge of getting the exposure right and still having a sharply focused image and a nice composition.

‘The light fades very fast at sunset and it gets bright very quickly at sunrise so the window of opportunity is very small – but I love the challenge.’

Love birds: Two doves can be seen perched on a branch as the sun rises in the<br /> background

Love birds: Two doves can be seen perched on a branch as the sun rises in the background

A giraffe at sunset
 
A Fish Eagle at sunset
 A Fish Eagle looks content watch the evening descend.

Mr Schoeman photographed the giraffe and African Fish Eagle from a boat in the Chobe river, Botswana. And the elephants were taken soon after they had stopped at the water’s edge to drink.

Mr Schoeman said: ‘A few of the elephants had a bit of a dust bath on their way back to the woodland, creating this beautiful moment.

‘It was dry and dusty and I love the way the colour, the dust and the silhouettes of the ‘ellies’ combine. This family scene is one of my best images.’

A cheetah is pictured sniffing the ground as clouds slowly disperse on a cool morning, allowing rays of sunlight to break through.

Lone ranger: This elephant appears to have broken away from its herd in this image taken by photographer Andrew Schoeman

Lone ranger: This elephant appears to have broken away from its herd in this image taken by photographer Andrew Schoeman

Early riser: This silhouette shows a Cheetah waking up as the clouds start to disperse to reveal rays of sunshine on a cool morning

Early riser: This silhouette shows a Cheetah waking up as the clouds start to disperse to reveal rays of sunshine on a cool morning

The Carmine Bee eaters were spotted at a nesting colony home to thousands of birds, flying around and squawking.

Mr Schoeman saw the lion on a chilly, cloudy morning. He said: ‘We were on a drive and saw this lion with the amazing sun and clouds behind him.

‘We got into position a few minutes before he got up and I was able to capture this image of him. I think the sun and cloud in the sky look brilliant, with him lifting his paw in the air.

‘I love the fact that it is a powerful animal with a beautiful sunrise, the colours in the sky are great.’

Birds of a feather: Photographer Andrew Schoeman captured these tiny Carmine bee eaters flying off into the sunset

Birds of a feather: Photographer Andrew Schoeman captured these tiny Carmine bee eaters flying off into the sunset

Breaking dawn: A Cheetah watches the sun rise over wild terrain of Botswana in this picture by Andrew Schoeman

Breaking dawn: A Cheetah watches the sun rise over wild terrain of Botswana in this picture by Andrew Schoeman

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25 Places That Look Not Normal, But Are Actually Real

25 Places That Look Not Normal, But Are Actually Real

 

1. Mt. Roraima, Venezuela

Mt. Roraima, Venezuela

2. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

3. Moravia, Czech Republic

Moravia, Czech Republic

4. Tulip fields – Lisse, Netherlands

Tulip fields - Lisse, Netherlands

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5. Iceland

Iceland

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6. Mare Island Naval Shipyard – Vallejo, California

Mare Island Naval Shipyard - Vallejo, California

7. Namibia

Namibia

8. Naica Mine – Chihuahua, Mexico

Naica Mine - Chihuahua, Mexico

9. Tunnel of Love – Kleven, Ukraine

Tunnel of Love - Kleven, Ukraine

10. Metro – Stockholm, Sweden

Metro - Stockholm, Sweden

11. Lapland, Finland

Lapland, Finland

12. Zhangye, China

Zhangye, China

13. Mount Grinnell – Glacier National Park, Montana

Mount Grinnell - Glacier National Park, Montana

14. The Richat Structure – Mauritania

The Richat Structure - Mauritania

15. Hang Son Doong Cave – Vietnam

Hang Son Doong Cave - Vietnam

16. Chand Baori – Abhaneri, India

Chand Baori - Abhaneri, India

17. The Stone Forest – Yunnan, China

The Stone Forest - Yunnan, China

18. Berry Head Arch – Newfoundland, Canada

Berry Head Arch - Newfoundland, Canada

19. Lake Retba – Senegal

Lake Retba - Senegal

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20. Gullfoss – Iceland

Gullfoss - Iceland

21. The Wave – Arizona

The Wave - Arizona

22. Socotra, Yemen

Socotra, Yemen

23. Grand Prismatic Spring – Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Grand Prismatic Spring - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

24. Door to Hell – Derweze, Turkmenistan

Door to Hell - Derweze, Turkmenistan

25. Crystal Cave – Skaftafell, Iceland

Crystal Cave - Skaftafell, Iceland

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Sonimagfoto & Multimedia Photolovers

Sonimagfoto & Multimedia Photolovers

Sonimagfoto & Multimedia, a photography exhibition held in Barcelona in April, ran a print and online advertising campaign using the unifying concept of “Photolovers”. Couples are shown embracing, representing the connection between thumb and camera in professional, amateur and expert photography categories.

SonImagPhoto Photolovers Expert

SonImagPhoto Photolovers Professional

SonImagPhoto Photolovers Amateur

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The strangest inventions of history

Wooden swimming costumes, a photograph gun and a mill to send water uphill: The strangest inventions of history that show human ingenuity is boundless

  • The unusual collection dating as far back as the 1500s reveals the incredible ingenuity of inventors down the ages
  • Devices include a ‘bed piano’, a pram that doubles as a gas mask and bike tyres instead of arm bands for swimming
  • While none of the inventions caught on, many of the prototypes were put to good use

They may not have caught on, but history’s strangest inventions capture the incredible scope of human imagination.

A new collection showcases the wooden swimming costumes, photograph guns that shoot a victim whilst taking an image, and a piano you can play in bed that were dreamed up by amateurs.

The bizarre devices – which also include a mill that sends water uphill and bicycle tyres used as arm bands for swimming lessons – date as far back as the 1500s.

And while they never entered commercial production – or gave the Wright Brothers a run for their money – the prototypes developed an enthusiastic following.

The show must go on: The bed piano especially designed for people who are confined to bed rest but still want to make music. It was created in the UK, in 1935The show must go on: The bed piano especially designed for people who are confined to bed rest but still want to make music. It was created in the UK, in 1935

Quick dip anyone? A group of young swimmers tied a bike tyre around the body as a swimming aid in Germany 1925Quick dip anyone? A group of young swimmers tied a bike tyre around the body as a swimming aid in Germany 1925

A real photo-shoot: A Colt 38 carrying a small camera, with six pictures taken by the camera
Forget your iPod: A Portable radio in a straw hat, made by an American inventor, in 1931
A real photo-shoot: A Colt 38 carrying a small camera.  Designed in New York in 1938, the Revolver Gun takes a picture when you pull the trigger and a portable radio in a straw hat, made by an American inventor, in 1931

Stiff upper lip: A gas resistant pram, pictured in England, Hextable, 1938Stiff upper lip: A gas resistant pram, pictured in England, Hextable, 1938

One 1938 gun which has been converted in a camera. Designed in New York in 1938, the Revolver Gun takes a picture when you pull the trigger.

Another bizarre concept designed in the Netherlands in 1915 shows an inflatable boat with boots attached to the bottom, so passengers can use their legs as paddles.

A further strange invention created by L. Deth in 1926 was labeled the ‘folding bridge for emergencies’, created so people could cross rivers and streams in case of disaster.

These weird and wonderful inventions didn’t quite make it into the shops for long enough for them to stick around and make it into the 21st century.

Perhaps one of the odder creations is the 1924 French car designed with a shovel attached to the front in order to catch stray pedestrians and reduce casualties within the bustling streets of Paris.

A wheelie good idea: A wheel motorcycle invented by Italian M. Goventosa de Udine, in 1931 A wheelie good idea: A wheel motorcycle invented by Italian M. Goventosa de Udine, in 1931

A Real Snow Cone: This Plastic face protection was for use in a snowstorm , in Canada, Montreal, 1939
Wooden bathing suits, for the purpose of swimming a lot easier. Haquian, Washington, USA,
Anyone fancy a weighty dip? Wooden bathing suits… to make swimming much ‘easier’ in Waquian, Washington, USA and left, plastic face protection or use in a snowstorm , in Canada, Montreal, 1939

Who needs the internet? The Wireless Newspaper invented in 1938, picture shows children reading the pages of a Missouri paperWho needs the internet? The Wireless Newspaper invented in 1938, picture shows children reading the pages of a Missouri paper

Another image shows swimsuits made out of wood, apparently for the purpose of making it easier to swim.

If you’ve ever wondered what you did before the invention of the IPod, and how you ever managed to go about your boring day-to-day activities without the luxury of listening to music, look no further than the 1931 straw radio hat.

The hat was created by an American inventor for the purpose of allowing people to listen to music on the go, but at the time was discarded as a crazy idea, and quickly forgotten about.

Also among the collection of wacky inventions are a piano for the bedridden and a one wheel motor-cycle  – with the maximum speed of a staggering 93mph

The gas war resistant pram is one of the only English inventions out of them all, which shows a lady testing a stroller that can withstand possible gas attacks.

Size is not object: An extensible caravan, built by a French engineer in France, 1934Size is not object: An extensible caravan, built by a French engineer in France in 1934

A pedestrian catcher: A shovel was fixed onto the front of a car was used to reduce the number of casualties among drunk pedestrians in Paris, 1924A pedestrian catcher: A shovel was fixed onto the front of a car was used to reduce the number of casualties among drunk pedestrians in Paris, 1924

The amphibious bike: The 'Cyclomer' was capable of using on both land and water. It was created in Paris in 1932The amphibious bike: The ‘Cyclomer’ was capable of using on both land and water. It was created in Paris in 1932

Mirrored Bed Glasses The Hamblin glasses, a pair of glasses especially designed for reading in bed. England, 1936
Electrically heated police vest, developed for the traffic police in the United States, 1932

Mirrored Bed Glasses The Hamblin glasses, a pair of glasses especially designed for reading in bed. England, 1936 and an electrically heated police vest, developed for the traffic police in the United States, 1932

Folding bridge:Bridge over troubled water: A further strange invention created by L. Deth in 1926 was labeled the ‘folding bridge for emergencies’, created so people could cross rivers and streams in case of disaster

A man powered dredging machine: Workers use their arms and legs to move the bucket dredge, Holland, 1761A man powered dredging machine: Workers use their arms and legs to move the bucket dredge, Holland, 1761

A device which allows you to hear light? A blind man tests a device to be able to hear light, in 1912
 A Pram radio, including antenna and loudspeaker, designed to keep the baby quiet America, 1921
Let there be light: A blind man, left, tests a device to be able to hear light, in 1912 and right , a pram radio, including antenna and loudspeaker, designed to keep the baby quiet America in 1921

City style: A clip-on ice skate for the business man's winter commute made in 1936 City style: A clip-on ice skate for the business man’s winter commute made in 1936

The Loetafoon, a turntable that is linked to a film projector. The device comes with single, dual and triple turntable, in Prinsen, Sweden 1929
A strange sideways mill, a lightweight version built for Peatland Holland in 1589
Going round in circles: The Loetafoon, a turntable that is linked to a film projector. The device comes with single, dual and triple turntable and was built in Prinsen, Sweden in 1929. Right, a strange sideways mill, a lightweight version built for Peatland Holland in 1589

One that was not so strange, but the testing method leaves a lot to be desired. Bulletproof glass, demonstrated by the New York police, 1931One that was not so strange, but the testing method leaves a lot to be desired. Bulletproof glass, demonstrated by the New York police, 1931

A boat designed to transport goods over frozen rivers and lakes in case of an ice age, Holland in 1600
A quirky looking steam powered car, 1845, location unknown

Designs: A boat designed to transport goods over frozen rivers and lakes in case of an ice age, left in Holland in 1600 and a quirky looking steam powered car from 1845

Double power: Invented by A. G. Eckhardt, a paddle-wheel meant to paddle twice as much water as an ordinary one, 1770Double power: Invented by A. G. Eckhardt, a paddle-wheel meant to paddle twice as much water as an ordinary one in 1770

Lets off road: A ten wheel all-terrain car able to descend slopes up to 65 degrees invented in England, in 1936Lets off road: A ten wheel all-terrain car able to descend slopes up to 65 degrees invented in England, in 1936

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Irresistible animal photos


Relaxing at the Walter Zoo in eastern Switzerland, Brigitte the chimp begins to monkey around when she sees passers-by and sticks out his tongue in an almost human expression


Three week old tiger cub Yarisha is fed with special milk from a baby bottle in his motor home in Landsberg am Lech, Germany. Three days after its birth, the cub was rejected by its mother. Yarisha means the pugnacious one


Two Herens cows lock horns during the qualification round of the annual ‘Battle of the Queens’ cow fight finals in Aproz, in the western Alpine canton of Valais, Switzerland. Each year when taken to the alpine pastures, the cows test their strength and fight for the herd’s leadership. The competition continues until a new queen has forced all the other cows to retreat


A baby monkey, a lion cub and tigers cubs play at the Guaipo Manchurian Tiger Park in Shenyang, China


Tortoise-lover Katie Bradley has been crocheting wooly designs for her seven pet tortoises. But after posting pictures of the cosy critters on her tortoise blog, she was soon inundated with requests to make them for tortoises around the globe. And now, dozens of tortoises around the world are being decked out dressed as dinosaurs (above), sharks, pumpkins – or just in pretty patterns.


Panda sleeps in a tree at the Panda Valley Park in Dujiangyan, Sichuan Province, China


This scaredy-cat was forced to run for cover when a herd of brave buffalo decided to strike back. The lion found itself outnumbered by its plucky prey and is pictured sprinting away from the African buffalo in the Kruger National Park. The tables turned on the predator when an attempt to pounce on some unsuspecting buffalo failed miserably and left the not so cunning cat with its tail between its legs


Orangutans find shelter from the sun at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Park in Jersey, Channel Islands.


Photographer Sergey Gorshkov watched theis grizzly bear tire herself out fishing for salmon in a river before taking a well-deserved break in the Kronotskiy Reserve, Kamchatka, Russia


Superhero Squirrel: This fearless red squirrel was caught soaring through the air in an impressive display of aerial acrobatics, flying from tree-to-tree by photographer Andrey Chernyh in Russia


Reptile keeper Damian Goodall releases one of the three baby turtles into the exhibit tank at Melbourne Zoo. Reptile keepers have achieved a significant Australian first, the breeding of the critically endangered Chinese three-striped box turtle, generally known as golden coin turtles. These turtles are native to creeks in rainforests throughout South-east Asia and southern China.


A cheetah chases a false chicken on a wire in Livingstone, Zambia


An elephant showers a leopard with water to protect the herd. The leopard had been stalking the herd of around 15 elephants when one decided to frighten it off. The picture was taken by Mark Muller in Etosha National Park of Namibia at the Kalkeuwel waterhole.


An adult owl marches about the countryside looking for food to feed its brood of hungry owlets on a farm in Lancashire.


Tiny one-year-old Kayla and her brother, three-year-old Malan, have formed an extraordinary bond with the two creatures after growing up cheetahs, Wakuu and Skyla, in their home in South Africa

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These aren’t your usual statues

You can find many statues and exhibits around the world, most in public places, sometimes celebrating an event or a person, sometimes just for artistic effect or a political statement. While most of these keep to a time honored tradition of what they should look like, some take a different approach:
Hanging Rhino, Germany
Crazy statues
Man Hanging Out, Prague Czech Republic
Crazy statues
Crocodile eating Capitalist, Brooklyn, New York
Crazy statues
Charles La Trobe, Melbourne, Australia
Crazy statues
Cow Popsicle, Budapest, Hungary
Crazy statues
The Giant Hand, Chile
Crazy statues
Headless Musician, Amsterdam, Holland
Crazy statues
A man in the Guadalquivir River, Spain
Crazy statues
Man sawing branch, Holland
Crazy statues
Violinist erupting from the floor, Holland
Crazy statues
Huge woman lying in photo booth, London, England
Crazy statues
Great Depression Bread Line Statue, New Jersey, US
Crazy statues
A saint riding a dead horse, Prague
Crazy statues
A man in water, Stockholm, Sweden
Crazy statues
The Knotted Gun, New York, US
Crazy statues
River of children, Singapore
Crazy statues
The man in the wall, Paris, France
Crazy statues
Bukcheon bench outside museum, Seoul, South Korea
Crazy statues
Die Badende, Germany
Crazy statues
De Vaartkapoen (the stumbling police officer, Brussels, Belgium
Crazy statues
Space Cow, Sweden
Crazy statues
The Awakening, Washington, US
Crazy statues
Paparazzi, Slovakia
Crazy statues
Le Pounce (the thumb), Paris, France
Crazy statues
A man at work, Slovakia
Crazy statues
Urinating statues, Prague
Crazy statues
Hashire, Japan
Crazy statues
Walking to the sky, Pennsylvania
Crazy statues
Metalmorphosis, Charlotte, North Carolina
Crazy statues
Sala Keoku, Thailand
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Cloud Gate, Chicago
Crazy statues
Searching for utopia, Holland
Crazy statues
The swimming man, London, England
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The Headington Shark, Oxford, England
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Giant Tap, Switzerland
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Franz Kafka, Prague
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Corporate Head, Los Angeles
Crazy statues
 God father on the arch of heaven ( Godfather on the arch of heaven, Sweden
Crazy statues
Giant Fork, Springfield, Missouri
Crazy statues
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