We come across the best things the moment we stop looking for them. Each of us will sooner or later find their ‘diamond’ , so don’t give up. It’s just a matter of time and you will bump into somebody or something special.
#1 ‘A friend of mine works for a recycling company. Today he found a diary dated 1941’
#2 While walking along a beach in the Hawaii my wife and I found this glass ball that became home to this little sea ecosystem.’
#3 ‘An 8-year old found an iron-age sword in Vidösten lake, probably about 1,500 years old. This is the first sword like this ever to be found in Scandinavia.
#4 A micro-world born inside a bottle.
#5 ‘Fortunately, my dad found these little ones before he got on his harvester.’
#6 “My nephew found a shell with squid eggs. I had never seen anything like that before.’
#7 ‘I found an abandoned guinea pig in a forest. Luckily it’s got a new home now.’
#8 I opened the barbecue grill the first time this year. I found a bunch of hungry hatchlings.’
#9 ‘I found a transparent leaf.’
#10” I found the most satisfying stone on the beach today.’
#11 ‘While trekking, my dad and his friend found a boot that Reese Witherspoon throws away in the movie ‘Wild’
#12 If four-leaf clover brings you luck, then seven-leaf one is like winning the lottery’
#13 ‘I found a beautiful piece of resin at work today.’
#14 ‘I found a one-dollar note, lying on the ground, which is ninety-four years old.’
#15 ‘Walking on the beach I found a perfectly smooth stone.’
#16 A fisherman found a pearl that weighs 34 kilos, but unaware of its value decided to keep it as a lucky charm.
#17 ’At work, a friend of mine found a pink grasshopper.’
#18 ‘This is what I found while weeding.’
#19 A blue mineral found in the forest.’
#20 ‘ I found a stone that looks like a shark.’
#21 ‘My mum found her ticket for her first The Beatles show in 1964’
#22 ‘A tine pearl that I found in an oyster bought in a shop.’
#23 ‘There was a tombstone right under my garage.’
#24 “My neighbour found a bullet in his corn.’
#25 ‘Tonight I saw a moth that looked as if there was a French bulldog’s face on its wings.’