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Michael Bell's photo

Michael Bell's photo

Another example of Pareidolia. See the Hummingbird.

The Tinker Bell Triplet - a triple cosmic collision at a distance of 650 million light-years

Bell: Horse Head, 19th–20th century Nigeria; Lower Niger (?) Brass, iron

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The Tinker Bell Triplet....looks like an angel to me :)

A stunning rare case of a triple merger of galaxies. This system, which astronomers have dubbed 'The Bird' - albeit it also bears resemblance with a cosmic Tinker Bell - is composed of two massive spiral galaxies and a third irregular galaxy.

Bobby Bell

Bobby Bell

Venitian posteidolia

Yikes, call bell is surprised to see you!

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Bell Poster by Piatti

Michael Bell's photo

Michael Bell's photo

red bell pepper

red bell pepper

As per the Agama Sastra, ringing a bell in temples will prevent evil spirits. The evil spirits namely Yaksha, Paisasa, Rakshasa and Brahmarakshasa will not enter the temple.

The two very common places where we witness the use of a bell is the one which we use at home in our temple and the other which is hung at community temples.

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Lower Niger River bells Forcados

Lower Niger River bells Forcados

@FacesPics looks like a bell pepper I once had...

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looks like a bell pepper I once had.

My Wife's Bell Pepper Looks Like A Big Nosed Grumpy Old Man Smoking A Cigarette

10+ Funny Examples Of Pareidolia In Everyday Objects (Add Yours)

My wife's bell pepper looks like a big nosed grumpy old man smoking a cig.

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Does this ring any bells?

The Mysterious Rings of Supernova 1987A Image Credit: ESA/Hubble, NASA Explanation: What's causing those odd rings in supernova 1987A? Twenty five ye... - HM Duarte - Google+

Today marks the anniversary of Supernova which at light years away is the closest exploding star to us since the invention of the telescope. Here’s what the remnant looked like with Hubble in 2011