Have you ever looked at an object and wondered "What is going on inside there?" If so, your questions might finally be answered. Getting a glimpse inside a piece of high-tech machinery or ancient artifact is a rare and fascinating opportunity. What does it look like inside some of these incredible creations?
Don't know what an agate shell is? Neither does anyone else. Allegedly, agate is a type of rock formation made up of primarily chalcedony and quartz. Thanks to these components, it ends up consisting of a wide variety of colors. Cut it open, and it might look a little something like this.
A Golf Ball In A Tree
Here's something you don't see very often, a combination of the natural world and the man-made world. Once upon a time, a golf ball was hit into the base of a tree. The tree, not exactly an avid golfer, had no choice but to grow around it. Once lumberjacks cut it down years later, they cut through the golf ball as well.