Nature is trying to be Michael McIntyre as it plays a joke on humanity. Even though it’s unintentional, there’s no one to say that nature isn’t having a little bit of fun with us just messing our heads.
we continue to destroy it, it’s all in good humor.
Ophelia flooded a meadow with apples in Ireland. Sweet Irony.
nature thought it was a chilly day to work anyway, so piled up snow before the
What do you
do when your life insurance doesn’t cover natural calamities? Nothing,
just wait for nature to cut out its path around you. Mother Nature, indeed.
ice fall? Certainly looks later, for it is frozen!
Africa? Maybe, for the sand nicely covers the snow into a delicacy. Maybe Nature is hungry, after all!
embers of the Sun; as it prepares to settle itself on the horizon? No, it is
just the aftermath of Hurricane Ophelia.
photocopy? 3D models, maybe? For it certainly seems so.
what to hit, and what not to. Inspired by a certain telepathic X-Men, maybe?
must be disappointed, for the snow didn’t fall on everyone equally, just a
strip in Ohio.
more like a #filtergoals, as the rainbow, and its twin glitters everything in
As crazy as
Van Gogh was, I presume he wouldn’t be able to fathom something else
replicating his paintings.
Ireland is a
weird country. A light drizzle and you have ducks in your bedroom.
frequently see a cocoon of the VIBGYOR protecting them from the harmful Siths.
and the mysteries of the whipped clouds.
like Hurricane Matthew wanted to show off it’s sculpting skills.
heard of indoor showers? The kind that floods your office?
The irony is
strong with this one. Places ‘casting pearls before swines’ on a whole new pedestal.
is not resting in peace, it seems. Just that the apple isn’t bitten here. Marketing genius, indeed.
of them, and you wouldn’t need LED bulbs. Also, that’s its butt.
Ragnarok gave a whole new meaning to Devil’s Anus, and this looks like the
lavatory he goes to. At least he flushes regularly.