With time, a monotonous daily routine can numb even the most enthusiastic people. The world, however, is a lovely place, full of excitement in every corner. GIGGAG has collected rare pictures of incredibly common objects to make you rediscover their beauty and maybe even expand your horizons.
From the view of a theatre hall behind from behind the stage to the inside of a guitar, these photos shed new light on our surroundings, reminding that even simple things are extraordinary. Scroll down to have your mind blown and upvote the images you like best!
Thought it was a hot needle poking through wool at first.
Oh my! that's so crazy - love it!
All the great work happens behind the stage. :)
Looks like a placenta :D
This is so interesting.. I didn't realise how very little bone structure Tortoises have.. How fragile would Tortoises be without their shell?
I felt like it would takeoff anytime...
Bloody hell o.O (no pun intended)
OMG there's a huge nose on their back! That really suprised me, no sarcasm.
At one point, we ALL looked like that! Amazing!
That's pretty cool. Imagine how many tries it took to figure out what kind of configuration was needed to make all the different effects!
Many people don't realice that the Everest is littered with trash, bodily waste and dead bodies. I discovered that years ago and still feel shocked. So sad.
Well, when you remember how these are "produced", it's no wonder that they consist of layers. Why do people actually wear them as a whole? They look much cooler like this.
This is a work of art.
So cool- it's a giant thistle!
You're dead inside. Just like most of us.
That looks like magic!
That makes them extra badass now.
When I was a little kid I thought it was made out of Pizza.
How long did it take to learn how to read this?
They're not AAA batteries. They're AAA A cells. A cell is individual and a battery is a group of cells so yes, it's not exactly surprising that a battery has cells since that's what it's made up of.
These things totally fascinated me when I moved to Texas from the Northeast. Even had a "pet" tumbleweed in our yard for a while. The cats loved to chase it.
Looks kinda weird i have to say. Didn't expect that at all!
With Epo or with out?
If you bite it, is it hot like a cinnamon candy? Or is it more like the cinnamon I make cinnamon toast with?
I wonder what is the story behind this pic?
Hard floory stuff! I love it!
mechanical things are always beautiful
Looks almost like a launderette...