The remains of Medieval Jewish tombstones destroyed during WW2. Now reconstructed to form a ‘Wailing Wall’. Remah Cemetery, Krakow, Poland

The remains of Medieval Jewish tombstones destroyed during WW2. Now reconstructed to form a ‘Wailing Wall’. Remah Cemetery, Krakow, Poland

Golden earring featuring a glass pendant in the form of a stylized human head. Phoenician or Carthaginian. 3rd to 1st century B.C. [3845×4000]

Golden earring featuring a glass pendant in the form of a stylized human head. Phoenician or Carthaginian. 3rd to 1st century B.C. [3845×4000]

The national museum of Qatar, based on the “desert rose”, a mineral that forms when multiple elements combine to form something beautiful in the desert.

The national museum of Qatar, based on the “desert rose”, a mineral that forms when multiple elements combine to form something beautiful in the desert.

Ceramic statuette depicting a spirit being, or possible a shaman in transfigured spirit form. It’s mounted atop of a snuff tray. Jama-Coaque culture, modern day northern Ecuador. 300 BC to 600 AD. [1617×1800]

Ceramic statuette depicting a spirit being, or possible a shaman in transfigured spirit form. It’s mounted atop of a snuff tray. Jama-Coaque culture, modern day northern Ecuador. 300 BC to 600 AD. [1617×1800]

Bronze coffin adorned with a figure of the creator god Atum in the form of a cobra and is believed to have once housed a mummified serpent. Egypt, Late or Ptolemaic Period. 664 to 30 B.C [1536×1041]

Bronze coffin adorned with a figure of the creator god Atum in the form of a cobra and is believed to have once housed a mummified serpent. Egypt, Late or Ptolemaic Period. 664 to 30 B.C [1536×1041]

Jug stylized after a pomegranate and decorated with hunting scenes and a golden handle in the form of a goat. Egypt (Bubastis), 19th dynasty. 1279 to 1213 BC. [795×1024]

Jug stylized after a pomegranate and decorated with hunting scenes and a golden handle in the form of a goat. Egypt (Bubastis), 19th dynasty. 1279 to 1213 BC. [795×1024]

The Batagaika crater is a thermokarst depression in the form of a one kilometre-long gash up to 100 metres (328 feet) deep, and growing, in the East Siberian taiga

The Batagaika crater is a thermokarst depression in the form of a one kilometre-long gash up to 100 metres (328 feet) deep, and growing, in the East Siberian taiga

shutupmerlin: A series of events: 1. I put in an Annual Leave request form almost 3 weeks ago and…

shutupmerlin: A series of events: 1. I put in an Annual Leave request form almost 3 weeks ago and my boss has not approved it yet 2. I went into my office today and replaced every single writing utensil with… Continue Reading