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Guitar-Shaped Forest In Argentina By Pedro Martin Ureta

In the remote Argentine Pampas you can find an incredible forest formed in the shape of a guitar. More than 35 years ago, Pedro Ureta unexpectedly lost his wife to a brain aneurysm. Devastated by the loss of his love, he decided to create a shrine to her memory in their field that could only be seen above-head from an airplane. Ureta chose a guitar because it was his late wife’s most loved instrument.

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16 Oct 2014 20:32:00
Igor Gavrilov, the main taxidermist of the Zoological centre at Tel Aviv University, works on a taxidermied animal, part of a collection which will be housed at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, a new Israeli natural history museum set to open next year in Tel Aviv, Israel June 8, 2016. Legions of insects, sea creatures and ancient fossils are lining up in a new museum shaped liked a giant Noah's Ark, telling the story of a crucial evolutionary byway across Israel. Experts say all humans and other animals had to pass through Israel on their first journey out of Africa into Europe and Asia. (Photo by Nir Elias/Reuters)

Igor Gavrilov, the main taxidermist of the Zoological centre at Tel Aviv University, works on a taxidermied animal, part of a collection which will be housed at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, a new Israeli natural history museum set to open next year in Tel Aviv, Israel June 8, 2016. Legions of insects, sea creatures and ancient fossils are lining up in a new museum shaped liked a giant Noah's Ark, telling the story of a crucial evolutionary byway across Israel. (Photo by Nir Elias/Reuters)
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25 Aug 2016 09:42:00
Rick Kelly, owner of Carmine Street Guitars, poses for a picture at his shop in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2016. (Photo by Joe Penney/Reuters)

Rick Kelly, owner of Carmine Street Guitars, poses for a picture at his shop in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2016. Kelly builds custom guitars from the “bones of New York”, using reclaimed lumber from historic New York buildings. (Photo by Joe Penney/Reuters)
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23 Jul 2016 12:49:00
The Weird Shaped Trees Of Axel Erlandson

Axel Erlandson (December 15, 1884 – April 28, 1964) was a Swedish American farmer who shaped trees as a hobby, and opened a horticultural attraction in 1947 advertised as "See the World's Strangest Trees Here," and named "The Tree Circus."
The trees appeared in the column of Robert Ripley's Believe It or Not! twelve times. Erlandson sold his attraction shortly before his death. The trees were moved to Gilroy Gardens in 1985.
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20 Sep 2013 11:38:00
A coffin in the shape of a fish which has been handmade. (Photo by Caters News Agency)

Nottingham-based Vic Fearn & Co. has created unusual coffins in the shape of beer and whiskey bottles, the Angel of the North, guitars and in a geometric style. The handmade caskets cost as much as £5,000 ($6,200). Here: A coffin in the shape of a fish which has been handmade. (Photo by Caters News Agency)
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27 Sep 2019 00:01:00
Ecuadorian luthier Ivan Ibujes plays a guitar after repairing it at his shop in Quito, June 17, 2016. (Photo by Guillermo Granja/Reuters)

Ecuadorian luthier Ivan Ibujes plays a guitar after repairing it at his shop in Quito, June 17, 2016. (Photo by Guillermo Granja/Reuters)
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20 Jun 2016 12:07:00
Musician Jerome Gamble plays guitar to accompany the recorded music as it is played to the city below on September 01, 2020 in Bristol, England. Created by Bristol-based artist Luke Jerram and composer Dan Jones, “Sky Orchestra – A Moment in Time” was first performed at the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta in 2003. (Photo by Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)

Musician Jerome Gamble plays guitar to accompany the recorded music as it is played to the city below on September 01, 2020 in Bristol, England. Created by Bristol-based artist Luke Jerram and composer Dan Jones, “Sky Orchestra – A Moment in Time” was first performed at the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta in 2003. (Photo by Finnbarr Webster/Getty Images)
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06 May 2021 08:35:00
The 'Naked Cowboy' plays his guitar in Times Square on March 23, 2012 in New York City

The “Naked Cowboy” plays his guitar in Times Square on March 23, 2012 in New York City. A recent study found that the Times Square district contributes up to 10% of all jobs in the city and is responsible for approximately 11% of economic activity. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)
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24 Mar 2012 10:01:00