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Floating Bridge

Floating Bridge

Very cool floating bridge located in Brookfield, Vermont. The bridge is supported by some sort of pontoons. When driven on, car tires get wet as bridge sinks a bit. A little scary at first, but still really neat!
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Large Heat Sink

Large Heat Sink

This is a very large heat sink. Heat sinks absorb heat to keep heat creating machines and electronics cool.
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Town without water

Town without water

ORME, Tenn As twilight falls over this Tennessee town, Mayor Tony Reames drives up a dusty dirt road to the community's towering water tank and begins his nightly ritual in front of a rusty metal valve.

With a twist of the wrist, he releases the tank's meager water supply, and suddenly this sleepy town is alive with activity. Washing machines whir, kitchen sinks fill and showers ...
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Dock area during the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7th December 1941

Dock area during the attack on Pearl Harbor, 7th December 1941

The Photograph did not match exactly, because of the angle of the plane.
You can see USS Nevada passing the docks and the burning destroyers in Dry Dock 1.

The second wave's dive bomber attack on Pearl Harbor focused on the ships around the docks. The USS Pennsylvania and the USS Cassin and USS Downs were in Dry Dock 1 and came under heavy attack. The USS Nevada makes a r...
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Bom Jesus funicular

Bom Jesus funicular

(Portuguese: Elevador do Bom Jesus) is a funicular located in Bom Jesus do Monte, city of Braga, Portugal.

The funicular was built in 1882 by Niklaus Riggenbach and is the oldest in the Iberian Peninsula.

It is the oldest funicular in the world moving by water counterbalancing, loading water into the car at the top of the hill, which weighs it down so it sinks to t...
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Rock garden, Chandigarh

Rock garden, Chandigarh

Rock Garden is a Sculpture garden in Chandigarh, India, also known as Nek Chand's Rock Garden after its founder Nek Chand, a government official who started the garden secretly in his spare time in 1957. Nek Chand‘s family moved to Chandigarh in 1947 during the Partition of India. At the time, the city was being redesigned as a modern utopia by the Swiss/French architect Le Corbusier. It was to...
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Fairy Circles of the Namib Desert

Fairy Circles of the Namib Desert

Fairy circles are small circles in the Namib desert, mostly seen in a belt, a climatic band where it rains between 5-10 centimeters per year, about 150 kilometers from coastline from northern to southern Namibia. They are typically 2-12 meters in diameters and have a lifespan of 30-60 years.

Namibia's native, called Himba, call the circles "footprints of god". When their god Muk...
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