A remarkable series of photos taken in a Russian forest have been making the rounds on social media sites, showing what happens over time to instruments of carnage discarded in the woods. The striking images depict rifles, artillery shells, grenades and sapper shovels embedded in tree trunks - essentially swallowed up by the natural surroundings in a silent act of protest against human folly. It is likely that the helmets came to rest on young saplings during a battle. Over time, the maturing trees widened the bullet holes, and the helmets essentially became impaled.
Hector Garrido’s El árbol de agua(The Water Tree) — one of his aerial photographs of the effects of water on Earth.
Centipede eats viper from the inside out
Gah! I figured it out! It’s been bugging me for two weeks now. Demon Hunter’s “Hell Don’t Need Me” from their newest CD Extremist starts out with a riff that I knew I recognized.
It’s the main riff from their song God Forsaken from “True Defiance” my brain can calm down on it now.
God Don’t Need Me
God Forsaken (at 0:46)