No matter how hard life is, know that it is still beautiful. In fact, we are surrounded by lots of wonderful things. You just have to know which direction to look, and this is exactly what this compilation is all about.
Elite Readers presents you with a collection of rare photos that reveal the crazy beautiful part of the world. We are confident these images will expand your horizons, appreciate life even more, and see the world from a different perspective.
Check them out below!
#1. A photo taken by NASA during a space shuttle launching.
#2. The inside of a guitar, which looks like an apartment.
#3. How Netherlands handles brick streets.
#4. A theatre viewed from backstage.
#5. This is a tortoise’s skeletal system.
#6. Wondering what the underside of lily pad looks like? Here.
#7. A modern-day battleship.
#8. The blood vessels of a hand.
#9. This is the so-called “blowhole” of a whale.
#10. An early human embryo seen on the tip of a needle.
#11. What a CT Scanner looks like without its covers.
#12. A photo taken from the top of Mt. Everest.
#13. Yes, pearls.
#14. Introducing the robust engineering of a vault door from the 1880s.
#15. This is how those power line towers are installed.
#16. What you see when you cut a mature hedge in half.
#17. How your eyes will look like after a cornea transplant.
#18. These flowers are called artichokes.
#19. The inside of the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa.
#20. Beijing’s traffic control room.
#21. The inside of a firework shell.
#22. What do you see when you cut a bowling ball open?
#23. Apparently, a 9-volt battery is six AAA batteries joined together.
#24. A tumbleweeed.
#25. In case you are wondering, that is an offshore wind tubine blade.
#26. A cyclist’s legs after completing Tour de France.
#27. A heated floor system.
#28. This is what a cinnamon looks like when cut from fresh from the tree.
#29. Leica camera lens.
#30. This is the back of a bowling alley.
#31. What the interior of a billiard pool looks like.
#32. This is what the ball inside a paint can looks like.
#33. That is not a torturing device. That is the molding cast of Ronald McDonald.
#34. This is what happens when there is fire inside an airplane hangar.
#35. What the inside of an air mattress looks like.
#36. Introducing the world’s largest container ship.
#37. Not make-up. That is the inside of golf balls.
#38. Inside a tootpaste tube.
#39. How a grenade looks like from the inside.
#40. What you see when you cut a cactus in half.
Well, do you agree that these rare photos are simply amazing? Let us know what you think about them in the comments below!
Escobar’s Submarine With Missing £50 Billion Fortune “Found” Off The Coast of Colombia
Escobar’s submarines could carry up to ‘up to 2,000 kilograms of cocaine.’
Notorious cartel chief Pablo Escobar was certainly the master of hiding his cash and drugs to avoid being detected by the authorities. During his heydey, Escobar used every channel possible via land and air. Turns out he is not above smuggling his illegal cargo through the deep blue sea. Recently, two former CIA agents reported that they found one of the submarines used by Escobar for smuggling.
The submarine reportedly contains Escobar's missing £50 billion fortune. Ex-agents Ben Smith and Doug Laux have been working hard to find the Colombian drug lord's missing money.
They have been talking to loaders of the said submarine to dig more information.
10 of the Deadliest Volcanic Eruptions in History
They did not only forever change the landscape of the world; they also claimed thousands of lives.
Volcanoes may look beautiful and stunning but they are still considered the most dangerous natural forces on the planet. And since time immemorial, they have wreaked havoc and devastated human lives. In fact, their volatility has changed the world’s landscape over time and claimed the lives of thousands of people.
Elite Readers has managed to compile a list of deadliest volcanic eruptions ever recorded. Check them out below!
#10. Mt. Galunggung, Java Indonesia
Divers Find Drug Submarine In Search For Pablo Escobar’s $50 Billion Fortune
The former agents are on a mission to search for Pablo Escobar’s hidden fortune.
Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar had his notorious reign in the 1970s to 1980s and it was known that he used submarines to transport loads of drugs. Now, ex-CIA agents allegedly have found one of the vessels used to smuggle cocaine from Colombia to Puerto Rico.
Former agents Doug Laux and Ben Smith are on an expedition off the Colombian coast to find Escobar's hidden fortune. Together, they are featured in a program on Discovery channel, trying to find the submarine after they received a tip on its whereabouts.