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No Reflection in the Mirror

Simply genius set-up, making you doubt your existence.
What happens if one morning you came to the mirror and did not see your reflection?


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Today's pictures & links:
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Retro-Futurism

Very cool and rare German Retro-Futurism concepts (more on this site)








Robert Bruno's Rusted Steel House
(see more examples of his heavy metal architecture on his site)




Police Oops
Russian drivers have a cause to celebrate.


(image credit: Leteha)


Mixed fresh links for today:

The Crime Channel makes a Kid's Show - [gross? video ad]
History of Religion in 60 seconds - [animation] - via
Junk mail turned into sculpture - [art]
More Underground Wonders of the World - [urban exploring]
Another Weird Swastika - [weird]
Strange and cute art by Meredith Dittmar - [art]
7 Worst Killer Plagues in History - [gross article]
Pretty good 80s car commercial - [car video]
"7:35 in the Morning": award winning movie - [cool video]



Pitaya, or Dragon Fruit

It grows on a giant cactus and only blooms at night!
Read more info. (thanks Paul Ridell)




(image credit: Dapan)

Its night flowers are called "Moonflower" of "Queen of the Night"


(image credit: otbucad)



Mystery Photo:
We'd like to put a credit on this photo and find out the location. Please let us know.

UPDATE
That photo of mountains was taken from the climber's entrance/exit of the Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix, France.

Anybody can stand in that spot and see this view by riding the cable car up. You'll never forget it! (Thanks, David)


(original unknown)

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3 Comments:

Blogger David said...

That photo of mountains was taken from the climbers entrance/exit of the Aiguille du Midi, Chamonix, France. It was taken about where the lone individual is in this picture: http://content.cxnx.net/chamonix.net/3316.jpg

Anybody can stand in that spot and see this view by riding the cable car up. You'll never forget it!

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Blogger Feroz said...

Heey¡¡¡ These is not a Pitaya, Pitaya its a fruit from Nopal.

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Anonymous KarmaAdjuster said...

re: Police Oops -
This reminds me of the only traffic accident I saw while in Rome, Italy for an entire summer.

It stuck with me because if you've every witness the traffic in Rome, it seems totally chaotic, yet I almost went throughout the entire summer walking the roman streets without witnessing a single crash.

The one wreck I did see though was a police officer rear-ended a guy driving a Vespa, and even that accident wasn't that serious. The Vespa owner walked away from the collision just fine. I didn't get to see what happened to his moped though.

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