Lake Havasu, Arizona

Lake Havasu, Arizona

July 2012.  LAKE HAVASU, Arizona.
Biking enthusiast Ed McIver snapped this photo of an arrow crashing into the Earth.  “I was water skiing with my mother-in-law that day.  We’d taken a break to go back to the truck to pick up my flashlight when I heard a distant noise.  I spun around and barely had time to ready my camera before I took this last second photo.  ~Ed McIver

Thanks Ed.  I’m just glad you didn’t get hurt. That was a close one!  Also, you forgot to use a closing parenthesis. 

If an arrow crashes into a mountain and no one is there to see it, did it happen?

How long have arrows been falling from the sky, racing across the universe, and impaling themselves into human beings and objects?  No one knows for sure because technology just wasn’t there.  With advanced in modern photograph and x-rays, we are finally able to confirm our suspicions:  The earth is being struck by rogue arrows.

Photograph of a rogue arrow before it crashes into a mountain.
Photograph of a rogue arrow before it crashes into a mountain.