Saturday, April 29, 2017

The Saturday Picture Show, April 29, 2017

Here it is: the tallest bridge in the world! It's the Millau bridge, which is in France on the road from Paris to Beziers, which they say is a town full of the best and brightest over there. 
You have to give it to nature.  It would be one thing if there were one perfect bluebell, but there are billions and billions of them!
This was recently found in an archeological dig in Turkey. They say it's 13,000 years old, and meanwhile, some people say the world is only 6,000 years old. I've got socks older than that. It seems to depict ancient people playing baseball or volleyball.
Here we see a seal protecting a penguin, but we don't know from what.
In the US during World War II, people were encouraged to plant "Victory Gardens," because so much of the food supply went to the war effort. This is a poster advocating the same self-sufficiency in Great Britain during those dark years.
The mating ritual of the Great Crested Grebe, shown here, involves the male bring the female a clump of seagrass for a snack or a decoration.  The Not-So-Great Crested Grebe shows up empty handed.
I want an Uncle Fester nightlight for Christmas, please.

I know that Clear Lake is in Minnesota, but this is a REALLY clear lake in Montana!

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