Anyone who comes across this photo has to stop and look again as; it looks as if E.T. really has gone home. The photo shown above is that of a seemingly futuristic Treehotel by the amazing Tham & Videgard Arkitekter. The rooms are mirrored glass boxes suspended around the trunk of a tree located in Hards, Northern Sweden. The forest and sky-reflecting rooms are accessible through a rope bridge.
The room’s interior is made of plywood and can accommodate two people. Inside, you’ll see a bathroom, double bed, roof terrace, and living room. It debuted to the public on July 2010 and has been receiving great reviews up until now.
See you in your nightmares.
This could easily be a scene taken out of a horror Halloween. All that is missing are a couple of orange pumpkins and bring on October. Hope no one's scared of spiders here because this photo isn't from a horror movie set; these are in fact, trees covered in massive spider webs potentially created by thousands of spiders who’ve worked together…
This photo was taken on the coast of Aitoliko, Greece, where apparently everything is bigger, even their spider webs! During this time, it was such a discovery for arachnologists that a group of spiders could work together to create a community when they thought that these critters were loners.
Thin Crust Inception
Inceptions don't only happen in movies but in pizzas, too! If you all must know, Inception is a famous science fiction and action film released in 2010. Emma Thomas co-produced this movie together with Christopher Nolan, who wrote and directed everything. It's about a professional information thief that infiltrates the human subconscious mind. He got caught but then was offered an opportunity to erase his criminal history if he implanted an idea into a specific target's subconscious.
The cast includes Leonard DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Marion Cotillard, Ken Watanabe, Tom Hardy, Ellen Page, Cillian Murphy, Dileep Rao, Michael Caine, and Tom Berenger.
Not an Explosion That Signals the End of the World
This somewhat large group of patterns resemble a deep red rose in the middle, with vibrant green foliage in the surrounding. It is a false-color image taken from Cassini of a North Polar storm on Saturn. The eye (colored deep red rose), measured at a whopping 1,250 mil across, has a corresponding estimated cloud speed of 330 miles per hour.
When the Cassini spacecraft arrived within the Saturnian system in the year 2004, a northern winter was occurring, and the planet's north pole was under complete darkness. So, even surrounding us, up high in space, nature is throwing a ball.
Yes, Goats Climb Trees
Goats love climbing, and yes, that includes trees. This phenomenon is a common sight in Morocco; they usually hang out on top of Argan trees on the road between Essaouira and Marrakesh. They love eating the fruits that these trees bear, and since goats are excellent climbers, they gather up and stay there all day long.
The goats cannot digest the argan seeds, so they excrete them whole. Workers then collect the seeds from the goat poop and then further process them to get the world-famous argan oil. This oil is precious as they are rich in antioxidants like vitamin E. People commonly use it in their skincare and hair products, as well as a great dressing on foods when the seeds are lightly roasted.