Here’s a preview of our ingenuity: painted floors, artful architecture photos, perspectives captured by drones, waves that time stopped, the wrench man, quirky ingenuity. Don’t miss a glimpse of what happens when human ingenuity goes missing or the 3-year-old Russian girl scientifically exploring ice for the first time.
This doesn’t look very restful to me.
Perfect timing with the perfect architecture in London, UK by Pierre Cuony
Mosque in Abu Dhabi, by Hoang Long Ly
Infrastructure perspective of Amsterdam’s newest Metro Line by Richard Pennington,
Photograph by Andrzej Bochenski (Łódź, Poland)
Myanmar, aka Burma, temple by Sergio Carbajo via National Geographic.
Beijing National Stadium by Mario Bejagan Cardenas
Not sure what this is, Milwaukee, Wisconsin by Patrick Mouzawak
Whatever you think of drones, photographer Amos Chapple has used them to capture heavenly photographs.
Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
Blue Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey
Taj Mahal, India
Hermitage Pavilion near Saint Petersburg, Russia
Warren Keelan of Australia makes time stop with ocean waves.
John Piccoli of Victoria, Australia makes sculptures from monkey wrenches.
Thirty years ago Piccoli began making small garden sculptures from wrenches he had collected. Today he is creating large statues and garden art pieces. Here’s his raw material.
His works are even more impressive because Piccoli, now in his 70s, contracted polio when he was eight years old and is in a wheelchair. His large workshop is equipped with a gantry crane and several block and tackles that allow him to work at chair level, yet in three dimensions.
Now a medley of clever and quirky human ingenuity.
By Tobin on flickr, taken in Davis, Calif.
How not to lose your remote.
Do it yourself mixer.
How to easily add a room to your house.
Now for some examples of what happens when human ingenuity goes missing.
Thanks to: Sam, Shetal, Merry, John, George, Kathleen, Murray and