That's the size! 22 photos of incredibly huge thingsPictolic
There are really huge things in the world! Look at the people who are next to them — and feel the gigantic size of things about which until now you had only a theoretical idea.
A swimmer next to the propeller of a modern submarine
The Kodak K‑24 camera, which the Americans used for aerial photography during World War II. And a man holding her, so similar to Sergei Burunov
Lake Mead, a reservoir formed by the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River, has already shallowed the most in history: this can be seen by the stripes on the rocks. To assess the scale, take a look at the boat below
"Female roundworm-nephila on my friend's cap"
The head of the statue of Christ the Savior in Rio
In the company of rugby player Sam Whitelock, the Prime Minister of New Zealand looks just a crumb
Appreciate the true size of the great pyramids of Giza!
The paw of this giant gorilla is amazing
This ring was used on the set of "The Lord of the Rings" for close-ups
"This is my half-year-old brother. The sister who holds it is four years old"
Comparison of the grass root system in prairies with the roots of cultivated plants
The world's largest house of cards
Cassowary, the most unpredictable bird on the planet, whose height reaches 183 centimeters
A huge amethyst geode
A giant memorial in South Dakota dedicated to an Indian chief named Wild Horse
Graffiti portrait of Robin Williams on Logan Square in Chicago
A giant man-eating crocodile that was caught on the Niger River in Africa
Iceberg passes through the "alley of icebergs" off the coast of Newfoundland
"I found a giant earthworm. My sister is for scale"
Lobster Claw from Maine
Puya Raymonda is the largest species of bromeliads, reaching a height of up to 15 m. Their reproductive cycle is about 80 years
The bald eagle's nest. Ranger - for scale