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Collection of pictures about curious situation and historical facts by alternative photographs. The ashtag #picstoryx it’s connected with the welcome-homepage of danielelisi.com.

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 Location: Touissit, Oujda-Angad Prov, Oriental Region, Morocco Size: 8 x x cm Photo Copyright © DI Anton Watzl Minerals And Gemstones, Rocks And Minerals, 3 Chakra, Beautiful Rocks, Beautiful Pictures, Mineral Stone, Rocks And Gems, Mellow Yellow, Stones And Crystals

Unique Golden Anglesite From Morocco

What a masterpiece creation of mother nature!!! This anglesite is probably one of the very best of its kind ever found! It is large, gemmy, yellow, lustrous and very aesthetic.

In the United Way attempted to break the world record for balloon launches, by releasing million balloons in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Pretty Pictures, Cool Photos, Balloon Release, Helium Filled Balloons, 5 Balloons, Love Balloon, Foto Real, United Way, United States

That Time Cleveland Released 1.5 Million Balloons and Chaos Ensued

Balloons! They're fun, delightfully whimsical environmental disasters. And in 1986, a mass balloon release in Cleveland went really, really wrong, when 1.5 million helium-filled floaters were let loose into the sky, got caught in a storm, drifted down to earth, and caused a hell of a lot of problems.

Post with 2391 votes and 117256 views. Tagged with mildly interesting, creepy, nostalgia, volcano; Shared by Wrekfin. Mount St Helens blowing her lid. Natural Phenomena, Natural Disasters, Photo Volcan, Cool Pictures, Cool Photos, Interesting Photos, Creative Photos, Beautiful Pictures, Dame Nature

Eruption at Mount St. Helens 1980

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April 2013 - a landslide at the Bingham Canyon Mine in Utah was one of the largest non-volcanic slides in history - at speeds of nearly and depositing enough earth to cover all of Central Park to a depth of 66 feet. Natural Phenomena, Natural Disasters, Panama Red, Mother Earth, Mother Nature, Powerful Pictures, Extreme Weather, Earth Science, Natural Wonders

Photograph of the Largest Landslide Ever Recorded in the United States

A couple of months ago, a massive landslide at Kennecott Utah Copper's Bingham Canyon Mine cut production at the second largest copper producer in the US

Graf Zeppelin was the most traveled airship in history. It flew over 1 million miles including the first circumnavigation of the globe via airship. From 1931 to 1937 it operated scheduled service between Germany and Brazil. Luftwaffe, Wow Photo, Steampunk Design, Interesting History, Historical Pictures, Dieselpunk, Led Zeppelin, Old Photos, World War

Graf Zeppelin, LZ127

The "Graf Zeppelin" LZ127 landing in Friedrichshafen 22.08.1935. Despite the damned symbol, this shot shows the monstrous size of the airship. The "Graf Zeppelin" was the most traveled airship in history. It flew over 1 million miles including the first circumnavigation of the globe via airship. From 1931 to 1937 it operated scheduled service between Germany and Brazil. From a small album of an unidentified amateur photographer.

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Women Building Submarines at Electric Boat Co, New London, Connecticut

Final Dimensions (width x height): 12" x 16"From the archives of LIFE magazine, this image is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid, pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display. This image comes from the historical archives of LIFE Magazine. Read More Item #3597242

Boston Public Library-Graf-Zeppelin arriving in NY(more likely at Lakehurst, NJ) for second time 1929 Creator: Jones, Leslie, (photographer) Date created: 1929 Zeppelin, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos, Boston Public Library, Dieselpunk, Military History, Military Aircraft

Graf-Zeppelin arriving in N.Y. for second time

File name: 08_06_002053 Title: Graf-Zeppelin arriving in N.Y. for second time Creator/Contributor: Jones, Leslie, 1886-1967 (photographer) Date created: 1929 Physical description: 1 negative : glass, black & white ; 4 x 5 in. Genre: Glass negatives Subjects: Airships Notes: Title and date from information provided by Leslie Jones or the Boston Public Library on the negative or negative sleeve. Collection: Leslie Jones Collection Location: Boston Public Library, Print Department Rights…

Abraham Lincoln statue) - a colossal seated figure of U. President Abraham Lincoln Artist: sculpted by Daniel Chester French and carved by the Piccirilli Brothers. Location: Lincoln Memorial, National Mall, Washington D. Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Amazing Pictures, Rare Photos, Flatiron Building, Lincoln Memorial, Famous Landmarks, Arquitetura

Installing the Abraham Lincoln Statue at Lincoln Memorial 1920 [720x891]

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Las Vegas Stratosphere under construction photographed by Rogerio Machado Vegas Casino, Las Vegas Nevada, Stratosphere Las Vegas, Old Vegas, Las Vegas Photos, Under Construction, Construction Images, Vegas Strip, Sin City

Vintage Las Vegas

Stratosphere under construction, Las Vegas, 1994. Photo by Rogerio Machado.

Caesars Palace, March Las Vegas Sun reported this the second time in two years that Tom Jones’ name caught fire. No joke. North Las Vegas, Las Vegas Nevada, Boulder City, Vegas Fun, Caesars Palace, My Kind Of Town, Historical Pictures, Clark County, Jones Jones

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Hot Headliner Clark County firefighters extinguish the last flickers of flame that engulfed the Caesars Palace marquee, March 27, 1980. The blaze erupted shortly after 12:30p.m. and caused $200,000 worth of damage. The 70-foot fluorescent sign was ignited by an electrical short as workmen were changing the headliner from Paul Anka to ...

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1998 ed. of Guinness book says, "The largest ever mass balloon release was one of sponsored by United Way at Public Square in Cleveland, O. Guy Fawkes, Rms Titanic, Rafael Urdaneta, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Pins, Balloon Release, Wisconsin, Michigan

The Cleveland Balloonfest. Over 1.5 million balloons were released simultaneously, 1986.

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Mt St Helens eruption 1982 with Trojan Nuclear Plant Rainier Oregon Green Life, Go Green, Saint Helens, State Of Oregon, Energy Resources, Oregon Travel, Tumblr, Pacific Northwest, Climate Change

Eruption taken near Trojan Nuclear plant

Mt St Helens in background taken in 1983, sorry for the bad scan

How 2 New England Architects Saved the White House, Part II - New England Historical Society Inside The White House, White Exterior Houses, Bomb Shelter, Underground Cities, Asian History, British History, American History, Steel Beams, House Layouts

How 2 New England Architects Saved the White House, Part II - New England Historical Society

By the summer of 1950, the White House was a shell. President Harry Truman and his family had been evicted from their home because the second floor was about to fall in. Truman downplayed the building’s terrible condition, and its disembowelment was kept hidden from the public. Truman feared the press would seize on the […]