Let’s face it, faces are everywhere. Some are alive, others are not. This face was created by three pipes in a brick wall and it is definitely not alive. Still, if you look at it in just the right manner, this image does come alive (sort of). Keep in mind that if this picture was framed differently, it might not look like a face at all. Face
Only after putting to good use one of the great technological developments of the 16th and 17th centuries, was this stargazer able to achieve a greater understanding of the cosmos of which our planet is just a very small part.
Dragons still exist today. In fact, you may even encounter a sign or two while driving around the countryside, advising you to be aware of this possibility. If you do happen across such a scene, the best advice may be to simply turn around and leave the dragon alone. These beasts are dangerous and they are nothing to mess around with. Leave this task to the professional dragon-slayers.
Poor ole Dr. Spock, he got left out of all the good parts. Had to sit on the sidelines all the time and back up Capt. Kirk during all his daring episodes. I guess you can say space exploration isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.