Since so many of us are staying home much more than usual, we’re all looking at the same things day after day. Here are images of familiar things seen in a new way. I hope they inspire your imagination to see the unusual in the mundane. Don’t miss the link to the video at the end.
A FedEx Boeing 757, without any cargo
The Blood Vessels Of A Hand.
Apparently A 9 Volt Battery Is 6 AAA Batteries Taped Together
How To Install Huge Power Line Towers
An Early Human Embryo On The Tip Of A Needle
A tortoise skeleton.
The Inside Of The Leaning Tower Of Pisa Is Empty
How Brick Streets Are Laid In The Netherlands
A Modern Battleship With No Water Around
The underside of a lily pad.
Inside a fireworks shell.
Looking Into A Theatre From Behind The Stage
Beautiful engineering inside a bank vault door.
The inside of a guitar.
A bubble mid-pop
Underneath a breaking wave
The sun shot in ultra-violet.
A snail drinking from a bubble
The king of the jungle in the rain.
Jupiter from the bottom (or the South Pole)
Cross sea. A cross sea is a sea state with two wave systems traveling at oblique angles.
an eight-ton Orca jumping 20 feet out of the water
The pyramids from a Cairo street.
Towing an iceberg In Newfoundland. Icebergs are harvested for their water.
The border between the United States and Canada.
A Lenticular cloud over Mount Fuji, Japan
A bug on a bud in the morning.
n X-ray of a sting ray.
Venice canals from above
Find the person in the tree
Find the person
A leaf performing a process called guttation. The plant is expelling water due to a positive root pressure.
A new way to exercise on a treadmill.
Thanks to: George, Lois, Carolyn, Dee