The following riddle is claimed to have been written by Einstein as a boy. It’s also sometimes attributed to Lewis Carrol, although there’s no evidence that either of them actually wrote it. Either way, it’s...
These masks don’t actually conceal their wearers from the world, but instead expresses both their own inner self and the culture from which they come sometimes better than their bare face ever could. From the Navajo...
In an airplane hangar at New York’s Kennedy Airport, fewer than 30 pieces of steel remain from the debris recovered after terrorists flew hijacked planes into the World Trade Center’s twin towers on Sept. 11,...
The Pioneer Cabin tree was one of several “tunnel trees” that had been carved out and served as human amusements. The tree’s exact age and height were not immediately available, but sequoias can measure their ages...
Among the dozens of ruins located in the archeological playground of Mada’in Saleh, one stands literally alone. Carved into a massive boulder, Qasr al-Farid, or “The Lonely Castle,” is a stunning ancient tomb that rivals...
Here’s a collection of vintage photos you’ll surely love.
New Year’s celebration, ca. 1890s A New Year’s party, ca. 1910s Friends on New Year’s Eve, Grindelwald, Switzerland, 1909 1899 1902 New Year’s Eve in the Edwardian Era Two children with a snowman greeting...
Hotel Prora is a massive building complex built between 1936 and 1939 by the Nazis as part of their “Strength through Joy” programme. The complex stretches over three miles along the white sandy beach on Germany’s...
Between battles soldiers were able to bathe in makeshift showers and in rivers, lakes and streams. These personal snapshots of World War II soldiers bathing and swimming are a record of the unselfconscious camaraderie between...
Men’s hair in the 60’s and 70’s was a big thing. From blow drying to bobbing to sideburns – they did it all! Just take a look at the collection below… Most of the photos were taken from the book...