What a shame. The Silverdome was at one time a tremendous stadium, hosting the Super Bowl, NBA Finals, and WrestleMania III. After it closed, there were plans to turn it into a soccer stadium but that never happened. This is what it looks like now.
The Boneyard is one of the most interesting locations on Earth. The Tucson, Arizona yard plays host to thousands of aircraft. It looks incredible from any angle.
Maybe the traffic jam you experience on a daily basis isn’t all that bad. This drone shot shows a whopping 50 lane jam in China. Having a population of over 1 billion will do that.
It looks cool but it is kind of frightening. Hong Kong has more skyscrapers than anywhere else in the world. It is a sweet visual but when you consider some of the housing market issues there, you know it’s troublesome.
This is known as Gulliver the Gentle Giant for a reason. Former gangster Jimmy Boyle created it while serving time in a Glasgow prison and it looks interesting from this angle.
Here’s a shot of something that set a record. As far as we know, this is the world’s largest bird nest. It is located in South Africa and was taken by a drone some hundreds of miles out.
What a cool looking fortress. Mont Saint-Michel is an iconic France landmark that was built around strategic fortifications. This shot was taken at the perfect time to get the coolest possible image.
There’s a good chance that this is the weirdest image listed. It’s literally a giant bunny on a hillside in Italy. The creators made this 200-foot long, 20-foot high bunny and when asked why they simply responded, “art.”
They have no idea. This shot shows two women having a good time paddle boarding. Except they don’t realize that there’s seemingly a shark swimming right under them.
Here’s someone who may have taken the clown scares of 2016 too far. They used a clown scarecrow in their field. The fact that it is alone in this field makes it extra creepy.
This sad photo was taken just a few weeks after Hurricane Katrina. It shows a flooded Six Flags in New Orleans. It remains a ghost town theme park to this day.
Talk about an insane shot. This drone captured a sinkhole that opened up in Guatemala City in 2010. It spanned some 65 feet and was 300 feet deep, caused by both natural and unnatural causes.
Photo Credit: Ice Pop