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Saturday, December 26, 2015

Google's robotics company Boston Dynamics has some holiday fun with their four-legged robots.




Google's robotics company Boston Dynamics has some holiday fun with their four-legged robots
 




 
 

Sunday, November 22, 2015

The 100 best photographs ever taken without photoshop

Nature and humankind are both great artists, and when they join forces, amazing masterpieces can be produced.
Today Bright Side has collected for you works in which the combined efforts of mother nature and photographic artists have captured magic moments showing the wondrous diversity of modern life and the natural world.

This is what happens if you throw hot water into the air in Antarctica

A galactic tennis ball

Monday, June 22, 2015

The 10 Driest Places on Earth

Sometimes it seems like summer stretches into a hot, dry mess. But there are some places on the globe where being dry is taken to an entirely new level.
 
10. Aoulef, Algeria




Average rainfall: 12.19 millimeters (0.48 inches) per year

This little town in central Algeria is the driest place in an already dry country. As if that isn't enough, it's also blazingly hot in Aoulef it is an oasis in the desert after all. A couple of palm trees separate the town from the surrounding miles of desert.


Thursday, June 11, 2015

Shoes and sacrifice: London exhibition explores footwear fashion



A single shoe, created by Swarovski, for the 2015 Disney film 'Cinderella', sits on display during a photocall for an exhibition entitled 'Shoes: Pleasure and Pain' at the Victoria and Albert Museum in central London on June 10, 2015. AFP

 single shoe, created by Swarovski, for the 2015 Disney film 'Cinderella', sits on display during a photocall for an exhibition entitled 'Shoes: Pleasure and Pain' at the Victoria and Albert Museum in central London on June 10, 2015

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

10 Hidden Treasures You Could Still Find

Lake Guatavita Treasure


The societies of Central and South America prized gold as a ritual substance and used it in a number of ways. For European invaders who valued the metal for commerce and decoration, seeing all that gold squandered was tough to deal with. The Musica people, in what is now Colombia, performed rites around the small mountain Lake Guatavita in the Andes. A tribal ruler was coated in gold dust and sent out onto the lake on a raft, which he would then dive off to wash the gold away. Other people would throw gold and jewels in after him. The Colombian government has forbidden treasure seekers from draining or otherwise exploring the lake, but you won't let a little thing like that stop you, right?