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I’m pretty sure most, if not all, of us would be scared shitless if a small, baby crocodile was roaming free in our neighborhood. A 23 ft long croc? Yeah, you would probably be packing your things and heading the hell out (as I would). Unfortunately, the people of a [...]Read More »
We have already seen the transparent balcony on the 103th floor of the Sears Tower in Chicago, Illinois USA. Want to see another photo from extreme heights? Then you have come to the right place.
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m scared of heights so just looking at the following photo [...]Read More »
Awesome photo shows “lenticular” clouds in the sky, could very well be UFOs [Amazing Photo of the Day]
When most people look up in the sky, they see normal, fluffy clouds. If you happen to live in an area with severe weather, you may be able to get a glimpse “mammutus” clouds, circular looking odd balls that appear due to severe weather conditions. If you are lucky enough [...]Read More »
Stunning aerial photo of New York City after Sandy shows a large part of the city in darkness [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Yesterday we saw a few photos of powerless New York City, in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy (or Storm Sandy, as some alliteration fans like to call it). While those photos are, without a doubt, great, they didn’t do a very good job of putting the situation into perspective. Today [...]Read More »
Hurricane Sandy wrecked havoc on Caribbean and Mid-Atlantic nations before making landfall and destroying everything in its path in the northwestern United States and parts of Canada. In total, it is estimated that Sandy caused $50 billion worth of damage… not counting the dozens of lives lost. Part of that [...]Read More »
Will the fascination of animals we humans have ever cease? Probably not. At least not for the time being because today I have yet another animal shot to show you. This one is about cheetahs and is a bit on the humorous side.
If you run across a cheetah (no [...]Read More »
It is hard to one-up yesterday’s amazing photo of a monk sharing his food with a tiger, so I’m not going to try. However, today’s photo is pretty awesome in its own, less-serious right. Today I have to share with you what is being dubbed a ‘kungfu frog’, or as [...]Read More »
We have seen animals before on dotTech’s Amazing Photo of the Day; in fact, we have seen plenty of animals. We have even seen animals on animal action, such as the case of elephant scaring the crap out of lions. We have not, however, yet seen a harmonious photo of [...]Read More »
Back in September we saw Bojnice Castle located in Bojnice, Slovakia (Europe), a castle that looks like it came out of a fairy tale. Today I have another castle to share with you. The following castle, Alnwick Castle in Northumberland, England, may be more familiar to dotTechies than Bojnice because [...]Read More »
We have seen quite a few animal photos via dotTech’s Amazing Photo of the Day section. In particular, we have had multiple run-ins with lions, such as the Mufasa (Scar?) lookalike, the lions scared shitless of an elephant, and the lions and a cub. Today I have another photo of [...]Read More »
With the advent of LOLcats, memes, FAIL photos, etc. we have all probably come across hilarious animal images, particularly cats. (Why do people find cat images funny? I never understood that.) The following is a photo which I have no doubt could feature as a perfect LOLcat or meme image. [...]Read More »
See the awesome architecture of the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, California (USA) was designed and built to be one of the most acoustically sophisticated halls in the world. I’m not sure if it this acoustically friendly nature of the the hall that caused the hall to have [...]Read More »
Mount Roraima is a “tabletop” mountain located in South America. More specifically, Roraima is found in Venezuela’s Canaima National Park on the Guiana Shield, bordering Guyana and Brazil. Aside from its semi-unique shape (as you will see in the photo below, it is a flat mountain as opposed to the [...]Read More »
So far in dotTech’s Amazing Photo of the Day segment we have covered lions, cheetahs, monkeys, squirrels, turtles, elephants, birds, alligators, dolphins, and more lions. Do you know what (animal) we have not covered, yet? Okay, okay — there are many that we haven’t featured (yet). But I’m thinking of [...]Read More »
This is an absolutely stunning photo of the star-filled night sky above a beach [Amazing Photo of the Day]
In the past, dotTech has featured one or two night sky or star photos in our daily Amazing Photo of the Day segment. However, I have yet to come across (and thus I have yet to share) a photo of the night sky that is as stunning and — dare [...]Read More »
Remarkable photo shows “mammatus” clouds above Canada, clouds with round bottoms [Amazing Photo of the Day]
When you look up in the sky, what do you see? Clouds, maybe. While it sounds a bit odd because of how we think of clouds as three dimensional figures, the clouds you see in the sky typically have “flat” bottoms. So if normal clouds have flat bottoms, what type [...]Read More »
You know why Google is successful? Data. You know what Google needs to manage and store that data? Data centers. Have you ever seen inside a Google data center? Probably not, unless you work at one or you worked for the contractor that built one. Want to see inside a [...]Read More »
This is an awesome inflatable trampoline bridge, designed by a French architecture firm [Amazing Photo of the Day]
I’m not much of a bridge person. Sure, they are useful when you need to cross a body of water but they aren’t something I wet my bed over… if you get what I mean. (Clearly, I’m not fit to be an engineer.) However, a bridge made of three, large [...]Read More »
Who invented the camera? Man. We don’t really know which man, specifically, so the concept of camera is attributed to a developed innovation over the long years of human history. Did you think cameras are only for humanoids? If so, think again. The following image is obviously proof that squirrels [...]Read More »
A photographer by the name of Colleen Pinski wanted to capture awesome photographs of the solar eclipse that occurred on May 20 earlier this year. So she hopped in her car and traveled from Colorado, Denver, to Albuquerque, New Mexico (roughly 370 miles). Once there, she setup shop and captured [...]Read More »
We have seen tornado. We have seen lightning. We have seen fire (sort of). But we haven’t yet seen tornado, lightning, and fire all in the same place at the same time. That will change… now.
The following photograph, which includes a combination of a tornado, lightning, and fire, is [...]Read More »
Okay, today I have something to share with you that is mind boggling and interesting at the same time. The following are photographs of the Rain Room, an exhibit put together by Random International at the Curve gallery in the Barbican in London. In this room it always rains [...]Read More »
Ever see in the movies those cameras that secretly shoot a bullet? You know, the ones often used to assassinate people. Yeah, well, today I have something similar to show you today albeit it is a bit less devious.
The following is a photograph of a camera gun, as imagine [...]Read More »
We have shared photos of 3D art with you all in the past before, such as the batman symbol and the alligator pit. Today we are going to share more 3D art with you; this time around the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are featured on the streets of London’s Southbank. [...]Read More »
King of the jungle, they are called. Scary, they are. Big teeth, they have. Fast, they can be. But does that deter an angry elephant from chasing after a pair of lions? Heck no! In fact, the elephant in the following photograph may be proving a point — my husks [...]Read More »
WARNING: The photo I have to share with you today may make your heart melt… if you have a heart.
The following photograph is of a litter of three three-weeks old cubs (they look like cheetah cubs, but I’m not 100% sure about that). It isn’t as much of a [...]Read More »
If you live, or have lived, in a cold climate with nearby bodies of water, you have probably seen frozen lakes before. It is nothing new for you. If you do not, or have not, lived in a cold climate with nearby bodies of water, you probably have heard but [...]Read More »
I believe I can fly, I believe I can touch the skyyyyyyyyyyy. I think about it every night and day… I still remember that song from the movie Space Jam. Why exactly am I butchering the song now? Because I just came across a picture of a flying squirrel.
Okay, [...]Read More »
These are hilarious fingerprint portraits of famous personalities, such as Steve Jobs, Spock, Spiderman, and more [Amazing Photo of the Day]
Need a good laugh? I know where you might be able to find one. An Italian artist known as Dito Von Tease (fake name, obviously) is working on a project, dubbed “Ditology” which means “finger-ology” in Italian, where he creates fingerprint portraits of famous personalities. What exactly is a fingerprint [...]Read More »
Would you walk on this narrow and flimsy looking path above a deep gorge? [Amazing Photo of the Day]
We already know Ashraf is scared of heights. So the chances of him taking a stroll on a narrow and seemingly flimsy path above a deep gorge is like not going to happen. But what about you? Would you do it? Maybe you can decide after viewing the following picture [...]Read More »
We have all probably seen Lion King. We have all probably Lion King multiple times, especially if you have kids. You remember Mufasa, Simba’s father who is killed by Scar, Mufasa’s brother? If you could imagine a real-life incarnation of the former king of the jungle, what would it be [...]Read More »
I’m sure every single one of us has screen a movie, TV show, cartoon, anime, etc. that shows a person or thing floating out in space, dead or alive. Well, guess what? That isn’t only for the movies — real astronauts also have fun floating in space, although in much [...]Read More »
I remember back in elementary school we had this outrageous physical education class where we had to test our body strength, among other things (clearly the geeks dominated in PE). While I didn’t do too bad in most of the exercises (although I wasn’t even close to the best), one [...]Read More »
When you hear the word “fireball” what do you imagine? Wizard and witches battling for supreme dominance? Harry Potter? Hadouken? Kamehameha? Whatever “fireball” may remind you of, we can all agree fireballs aren’t actually real — at least not in the magical sense. Or are they?
The following [...]Read More »
Most of us are middle class folk who work for a living. Between us, people hold various difference types of jobs but the lionshare of the jobs we hold are probably office-related — work we do at an office. Seeing as we spend so much time at work, it would [...]Read More »