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  3. Tooth Pick Art- Amazing!

    Toothpick Sculpture (103,987 toothpicks used)


    San Francisco man Scott Francis Weaver crafted this toothpick sculpture over the course of thirty-six (36) years, autobiographically constructing some of his greatest life moments and the details of his travels. All told, he used 103,987 toothpicks, standing nine feet tall, eight feet wide, and two and a half feet deep and spent over three thousand nineteen (3,019) hours or 126 days working on the project. The artwork has been exhibited, this is the most intricate model of its kind in the world.

  4. JPL Table Mountain Observatory, California The exhaust trail, seen after sunset, is from a Vandenberg rocket. Winds wound, twisted and contorted the trail. Its upper part, “The Dove”, shines brightly as millions of tiny particles or droplets scatter high altitude sunlight. Lower parts glow in ever deeping red, lit by sunset rays dimmed and reddened by passage through the lower atmosphere.Rocket trail particles often produce intense iridescent colours. The fainter banded colours seen here appear to originate from the droplets in intervening lower cloud lit from above by the bright trail. 

    JPL Table Mountain Observatory, California 

    The exhaust trail, seen after sunset, is from a Vandenberg rocket. Winds wound, twisted and contorted the trail. 

    Its upper part, “The Dove”, shines brightly as millions of tiny particles or droplets scatter high altitude sunlight. Lower parts glow in ever deeping red, lit by sunset rays dimmed and reddened by passage through the lower atmosphere.

    Rocket trail particles often produce intense iridescent colours. The fainter banded colours seen here appear to originate from the droplets in intervening lower cloud lit from above by the bright trail. 

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