Migaloo is the world’s only documented all-white humpback whale and was recently spotted off the coast of Sydney, Australia. This is only the 4th time in 18 years that the very rare and fully all-white whale has been seen in the waters surrounding New South Wales. Migaloo was first sighted in 1991 and its age is unknown.
Whale watchers that were lucky enough to see the white whale will cherish this day for the rest of their lives.
Looking at old pictures is a bit of a strange thing. We often observe the past through a black and white lens, which creates an emotional distance to that time gone by. Something new and unique is the trend of adding color to these historic photos. Take a look at these images here and see if it changes your perception of history as well. It sure does for me.
Learning is fun and one of the best ways to learn is to look inside of something. Remember dissecting the frog in biology class? This is kind of like that! Well, not really, since the objects cut in half here were not alive, save for the tree. These are really incredible, enjoy them now
1. Do you notice anything funny in this first picture? Look closely and you’ll see that yes, a golf ball is wedged into the center of tree, and the lumberjack just happened to pick the right spot to cut through to expose it. Just Amazing!