Archive for the ‘Great Photographs’ Category

Yep. This used to happen.


Beautiful. I beseech you to click and enlarge.

So somebody stuck a doll on a limb and hornets decided to build a nest around it. That, my friends, is horrifying.

Can’t tell you how much I love this photo. I’ve looked at several times. So may great faces here.


Probably unsafe.


I read that the fire was actually across the river but this is still a savage move. Bros gotta finish the round, man.

Fort Boyard is a fort off the west coast of France. Though a fort on Boyard bank was suggested as early as the 17th century, it was not until the 1800s under Napoleon Bonaparte that work began. Building started in 1801 and was completed in 1857. Check out the photos as well as the video down below. Cool stuff.

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Big cow guy here. Everyone knows that.  Something about the way a cow looks at you amuses me. Once I was riding my bike on a country road and stopped for a rest and drink of water. I heard a noise over my shoulder, turned, and saw something akin to this:

Adorable, man. We had a nice chat and I was on my way. I think she mooed as I peddled off. Anyway, I’m edging closer to being a vegetarian every damn day. Again, something about a cow. Enjoy, and click to peruse.


I don’t see why not.


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Yep. Looks like marble alright.


And so I did, and so we shall. The photo was taken as a home run ball landed atop the Green Monster in Fenway Park, the wall in left field. Let’s take a look. First off, the guy on the top, far left, is clearly getting manhandled by the wifey. Looks as if he just took a savage elbow to the ribs. The man in the middle also looks like he’s a little intimidated by the woman. Man up, man. Finally we have the three guys on the far right, two of which look a little skittish and one who is exhibiting unbridled joy. Now to the bottom, L to R. We start off with a poor kid who’s looking up at his brother, who already has one ball, apparently getting ready to catch another. This kid is in for a miserable ride home. At the middle bottom we have a scene that is literally indescribable. What in the holy hell is that guy doing? Beside him is a lady who has made the unfortunate choice to attempt the catch in her hat. Not gonna happen. However, her embarrassment will be greatly overshadowed by that of her husband, who sits cowering under her. Pathetic really. Thoughts?

As a tribute to his late wife, Pedro Martin Ureta and his kids planted these trees in Argentina back in 1977. Awesome.