Interestos
A Random Interest Blog
Interestos
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(via Statue of Edgar Allan Poe With a Giant Raven Will Be Unveiled in Boston in October 2014)
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(via National Geographic Found - Imgur)

A bird’s eye view of Mecca and surrounding hillsides, August 1917.
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(via A baby and his dog - best friends for life - Imgur)
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(via I was Inspired to make some OC after Sunday’s Cosmos! - Imgur)
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(via I was Inspired to make some OC after Sunday’s Cosmos! - Imgur)
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(via An East German guard passes a flower through a gap in the Berlin wall on the morning it was torn down. November 10th 1989. - Imgur)
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(via What a piece of 10,000 year old glacial ice looks like. OC - Imgur)
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(via Timeline Photos - Stanford Photography Club)

"…I was listening to the screaming of the seagulls and smelling the sea air and taking several shots but also waiting for a particularly interesting moment, and suddenly I noticed the window reflection. It seemed like the man and the boy were sitting side by side. In reality, the old man was reading the Koran, while the young boy had a worried look on his face (maybe about his future—who knows?). Two separate lives, together in the same frame."— Merve Ates, National Geographic Your Shot(http://goo.gl/PtVtc0)
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(via Geologic Wonder: See the Grand Canyon from Space - Yahoo News)
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(via Timeline Photos - Stanford Photography Club)

"Vyacheslav Mischenko, a photographer from Ukraine, captured this stunning image in a forest near his home. This thrifty snail turned a flower into an umbrella, and sheltered there to protect himself from the rain. Snails aren’t known for being the prettiest animals, but this photo definitely sheds light on how unique these creatures really are."—HuffPost (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/04/15/snail-flower-umbrella_n_5152602.html)
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(via Why It’s a Big Deal That Half of the Great Lakes Are Still Covered in Ice - Stephanie Garlock - The Atlantic Cities)
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How America Pays Taxes—in 10 Not-Entirely-Depressing Charts - Derek Thompson - The Atlantic
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(via 'I Never Told Anyone Not to Vaccinate' - James Hamblin - The Atlantic)