For much of human history, this is what the deal was. If you needed to answer the call of nature, you would actually go out into nature. Just pick a bush. Thus, for some reason, an enterprising sculptor decided to make a piece of art that went back to that time. Either that or someone just outside of Oslo happened to see Medusa at an incredibly inopportune time.
Seeing as how the man depicted here is wearing flip-flops, we don’t really think it was during the time of Medusa. No, this sculpted cat was just making use of a cat hole in a random spot in the middle of a snowy forest. If the model ended up becoming the pope, then we guess all of our questions have been answered.
A Little Bit of Light Witchcraft
This picture combines a couple of things. The first is a trend to just create a little shelter or a lean-to out of some big sticks in order to get a more natural camping experience, the second thing is a shirt that has a pentagram made out of sticks on it. The first is fine, while the second is...also probably fine since it didn’t accomplish anything other than occupy a little bit of time waiting for the sun to come back up so the person or people inside the structure could continue on.
Amazingly, making a little symbol out of some sticks and putting the symbol on a dirty t-shirt isn’t going to accomplish anything other than what we’ve just described. They didn’t even take the shirt with them. They littered.
Not So Magic Anymore
In the animated show “The Magic School Bus,” the wonderful Miss Frizzle took the entire grade school class on adventures – to space, inside a human body, and to many other places. This trip doesn’t seem like it went all that well if the bus is still there after all that time. This old school bus is all done schlepping kids back and forth from school, but we would like to ask why it’s currently languishing in a forest away from everything else.
Maybe it got so sick of being full of kids that it decided it would go as far away from the little troublemakers as it could, and this is where it decided to bunk down until it fell to pieces. Now, it’s probably a great hideout for a gang of kid adventurers, though.
Who Knows What You Will Find
There’s a reason that so many creepy, scary movies tend to happen out in the wilderness. You’re away from safety, from friends, from cell service. You have to deal with shifting shadows, strange noises, and maybe even some unfriendly animals. Even if this picture isn’t creepy – it actually has an odd, otherworldly beauty – we still might hesitate when entering through this threshold.
It seems as if you can look straight into the fae realm, where the fairies dance and the magic flows from the sky like rain. The colors disappear, and so do most of the leaves on the trees. A good place to be, or a bad one? It will only take one brave explorer to find out, no matter which one it is.
Peeking for the Enemy
The magical, mystical, and whimsical land of Europe has a lot to discover if you happen to be in the right places. For instance, there’s a spot in Northern Germany that has a number of strange metal tubes poking up out of the ground. They look like they’re the kind of thing that sticks out from the side of the house to vent exhaust from a clothes dryer, but that’s not exactly why these are here.
They actually seem to be from the time of the Cold War since there is a lot of Cyrillic script all over the place inside. The curved vents are likely periscopes that allowed soldiers in the bunker to check to make sure it was safe before venturing outside. It’s quite a large area, as far as we can tell.