WHAT THE ???! Is that a falling frog or a human being ????
Can you please post more of the historical photos ?
Haha, it actually does look like some guy
And I have a few more pics from other sites which I'll post later
@ RoadRunner - agreed! And that particular cage doesn't exactly look sturdy enough to carry a baby of THAT size. He's HUGE! I wonder how many of those cages failed...
@ RARusk - I've never been in a snowball fight because I'm never near any snow, but that's how I wanna do it. Must've been epic and fun haha. And screw snowballs, I'll use rocks
Edit: Some other photos...
A shell shocked reindeer looks on as planes drop bombs in Russia during WWII in 1941
A Japanese plane shot down during the Battle of Saipan, 1944
A crash on board an aircraft carrier during WWII
Bombs dropped on Kobe, Japan, 1945
Hitler and co looking at the Gustav Railway gun, 1942
A photo of Apollo 16 astronaut Charles Duke's family he left behind on the moon in 1972. Couldn't he find a trashcan if he didn't want it anymore
Holy crap... this photo
This is George S. Patton's dog mourning his lost master on the day of his death
The Statue of Liberty, in Paris, 1885, before it was shipped off to 'Murica
These photos might not look like much, but the story behind it is pretty amazing. This is the moment Mount St Helens erupted in 1980. The photos were taken by Robert Landsburg. He knew he was doomed because he was only 7 miles away from the summit, so he took as many photos as he could before putting his wallet and camera in a bag and lying on top of it to protect it. He was incinerated by the ash cloud soon after. The camera and film was damaged by the heat, but salvageable... You can pretty much see the ash cloud getting closer. It took only a few seconds...
Edited by Werebot85, 25 October 2013 - 01:51 PM.