An abandoned DeLorean as found in a New Jersey garage in 2008. It’s been rescued.
GET OUT YOU LITTLE SHIT IM OFFICIALLY DONE
Pretty cunning, don’t you think?
The Ancient Egyptian Famine-stela on Sehel Island, near Aswan. It is thought to date to the Ptolemaic dynasty, 332–31 BC, though speaks of the reign of 3rd dynasty king Djoser.
Photo courtesy & taken by HoremWeb
Section from the Bronze Age rock carvings in Tanum, Sweden.
The rock carvings in Tanum, in the north of Bohuslän, are a unique artistic achievement not only for their rich and varied motifs (depictions of humans and animals, weapons, boats and other subjects) but also for their cultural and chronological unity. They reveal the life and beliefs of people in Europe during the Bronze Age and are remarkable for their large numbers and outstanding quality.
You can read more about this site on UNESCO World Heritage.
Photo courtesy & taken by Bjoertvedt