25 Photographs that Reflect the Inner World of Our Familiar Objects

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Knowledgeable people understand very well that everything around them has a tiny fraction of the miracle. Some people, looking at objects, are satisfied with their usual outlines, but some people are given to see things from a completely different perspective. Of course, many of us, who live in the same rhythm and solve many different problems, find it difficult to be distracted by the little joys of life.

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To some people it might seem like a press standing on some mint. But this machine is actually designed for the inscriptions on the baked goods.

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As the scar has no sweat glands, there is never any dirt on it.

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The upper jaw of the sperm whale is marked by a lack of teeth. It has holes so that the teeth in the lower jaw can enter.

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Unique photo! This is the atom!

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This is what strawberries look like in macro photography.

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And this is the petrified print left by the dinosaur.

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Few people know that the monumental stone heads of Easter Island have the same monumental stone bodies.

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We’re pretty sure you’ve never seen an elephant tail so close.

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Only needles are left of the dried up and decomposed cactus…

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This is how Chinese soldiers are trained to correctly position their heads when building.

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Look at what the salt mines inside look like.

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Shooting a blockbuster: while another scene is being filmed in the car, the driver of the car patiently waits on the roof.

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This is the giant size of an amethyst goddess!

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Reverse side of the moon! Very rare frame!

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This is what you can see today in the field near the town of Verden. If you remember the First World War, the most serious battles took place here.

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Have you ever seen an albino raccoon?!

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Photo of an empty salon of a Boeing 787 aircraft.

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A huge crystal of ice.

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Students who performed autopsies and performed a complete separation of the nervous system from the body spent 1,500 man-hours. The operation took place in 1925.

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Salt under an electron microscope.

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Air bomb from the inside.

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This is what is inside the car tyre.

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Admire the photos of cute tiny flamingos.

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This is what a solar eclipse looks like from space.


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