Among its towering trees and leafy ground, this forest also boasts an abandoned helicopter that must have landed here long before the trees grew. There’s a certain kinship that many people share for abandoned items. It’s always strangely intriguing, like an unsolved mystery and we can’t help but wonder how on earth this helicopter got here!
Alas, just like all the helicopters that have been found abandoned in the strangest conditions and locations, the best part is trying to figure out why they were abandoned and, in some cases, how on earth they got where they got! They aren’t exactly cheap to come by, so why would someone just abandon them like this?
The Beginnings of Terminator
The biggest problems AI has given us mostly involve annoying virtual assistants and disappointing answers that we could've gotten from Google. Now, this photo shows us that soon, robots could pose a real threat. Innovation in new technology can be unsettling, especially when someone finds a sleeping robot like this.
Humanity has had to struggle with implementing new technology since we picked up a stick and decided to hit things with it. But we can't fight the current, and somehow, we can only hope that this strange discovery of a robot is not another harbinger of our impending technological doom,
More Moss Please!
We all know that England is plagued with foggy weather, but we didn't know that the air is so dense with water vapor that even the trees are covered in moss! Unlike most plants, moss doesn't make flowers or seeds but instead reproduces with single-celled spores that need moisture to grow.
These moss-covered trees were once part of the ancient Dartmoor Forest, and now they are found in the foggy Bellever Woods of Devon in England. Their interesting appearance sure makes for a fantastic photo; it almost looks like a scene we'd expect to see in "The Lord of the Rings."
Aside from all the trees on this uninhabited island, the focus is clearly on this old crematorium. While it seems really creepy, if not downright scary, it does make a little sense. Back in the day, uninhabited islands were often used to quarantine people with certain illnesses, in particular, leprosy.
So, while it makes a little bit more sense, it doesn't stop it from being incredibly spooky. Fortunately, we've come a long way since then, with hospitals and modern medicine making our lives much easier, and getting sick doesn't mean getting sent away as an outcast to a deserted island.
While these aren't exactly dangling carrots, they sure are strangely discarded in a large pile like this. Maybe it's Bugs Bunny's secret stash, or it could be a lure to attract animals like deer. We're not sure, but all we know is we love carrots as a snack-tastic vegetable. Even the Beagle likes them!
But you might want to be careful if find a big pile of carrots like this; it could be intended for someone else, or it could be bait for deer. If that's the case, you certainly wouldn't want to be caught in the crosshairs between a hunter and his prey.