The language of 16th-century Irish falconry entered the colloquial English language thanks in part to one amateur falconer: William Shakespeare. Examples: 'Under your thumb', 'wrapped around my little finger', 'hoodwinked' or 'fed-up'
If you plan on visiting Iceland, catching sight of the Northern Lights is chancy, but it's one of the few places in Europe you can see the Milky Way in all its glory, especially at Hotel Rangna in southeast Iceland which boasts of two of the most powerful telescopes in the country in its own observatory open to all guests.
A woman flew through a tornado in a bathtub and survived Unharmed, but emotionally shaken.
The Lego Bridge in Germany.
Large parts of Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia, were frozen close to the shoreline. As the ice approached the shore, it came crashing down - just like a real wave. It is known as 'ice stacking', and happens after warm air moves across the lake.
You can hear the tinkling of the ice shardsPosted by Jill Fallon at January 26, 2017 7:13 PM | Permalink