Once in a while, you have to see things side-by-side to gain some perspective.
And then when you see them, you start to question everything else you know about life…and I think that’s a good thing!
Because it’s important for all of us to be as open-minded as possible as we make our way through the world.
Have a look at these interesting pics that might give you some new perspective on what happens as the world turns.
1. Cool! I had no idea!
Did you know about this? Don’t lie to us!
2. That’s pretty wild.
Good thing they don’t fall out of the sky very often, huh?
Actual traffic light size compared to a human. from Damnthatsinteresting
3. Living history right up the street.
This would be a very interesting place to live. Or even visit.
A view of the great pyramids from the streets of Cairo from Damnthatsinteresting
4. The more you know!
I love learning about anything involving space!
The Difference between an Orange vs White Spacesuit from Damnthatsinteresting
5. He really went through the wringer.
An epic journey if there ever was one.
Before and after of a man who walked across China for a year. from Damnthatsinteresting
6. Think you’d like to try this sometime?
It would definitely be the trip of a lifetime.
The longest road in the world that a person can walk on from Damnthatsinteresting
7. This is so clever!
I need some of these.
This ballpoint pen refill has a gauge that indicates how much more it can write from mildlyinteresting
8. You’re turning into quite an artist!
Keep up the good work! You’re on your way!
9. Now this is impressive.
Losing this much weight is NOT EASY. Congrats!
Lost 200 pounds in a year. Just did the 20:4 fast and walked ~5km every day. (360lbs➡️160lbs) from MadeMeSmile
10. Turning into a real champion!
That is one huge animal.
11. You gotta take care of yourself.
And this picture proves it beyond a doubt.
1st picture was the peak of my depression. 2nd is a recent one after almost an year of medication and self care. from MadeMeSmile
12. I like this idea a lot.
I think more historic sites and museums should use it.
Brilliant way to show how ancient ruins once stood. from interestingasfuck
If you’ve seen any cool photos or posts lately, would you be a dear and share them in the comments with us?
We’d love to hear from you!
Thanks in advance!