INCREDIBLY INTERESTING PICTURES

From the sweet to the macabre, the beautiful to the ugly... the camera is an eye we all see through to behold the world we live in from the absolute best, to the worst.

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Very Interesting Photos. Part 10 (18 pics)
A cathedral with 50,000 LED lights.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
A crater in a block of aluminum caused by a penny fired at it at orbital speed: 23,000 feet per second.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
The sun through a specific light wavelength.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
A brave man take a group picture with some polar bears eating up the remains of a dead whale.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
Adult lions pretend that the bites of cubs hurt them to encourage them.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
An oasis in the Gobi Desert.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
The key fob for a BMW i8.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
An awesome Canadian bus stop.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
The new CT scan machine in the Pediatric Ward at New York Presbyterian.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
Someone thoughtfully put a sweater on a statue of Mr. Rogers.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
Prototype firefighter helmet.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
An aquarium where you can hold hands with an otter.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
China's flower ocean.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
A volcanic eruption seen from space.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 10 (18 pics)
A swimming pool in a flood.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
Honesty:  The automatic gate was broken and there were no workers present.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
Runaway inflation in Zimbabwe

Very Interesting Photos. Part 11 (21 pics)
40,000 LEDs and a perfect tree.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 10 (18 pics)
The cement shoes of a mafia victim.

Very Interesting Photos. Part 10 (18 pics)
A copy of the Mona Lisa painted along side Da Vinci by his apprentice.  Unlike the original, however, the paint was preserved showing what the famous painting would have looked like in 1517.


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