It could be a bit odd to admit sometimes but most of us find various things really satisfying. And luckily, the Internet is this happy place where you can find anything and everything, regardless of what your idea of perfection is. Whether it's neatly planted trees casting shadows in a picturesque manner, 10 same-looking cute little doggos, a row of cups placed on the kitchen counter with amazing precision - you name it and the Internet will provide. But this time, it was a man working for a concrete company who decided to please the eyes of all the perfectionists of the online world. Scroll down to check out their work!

More info: West Coast Concrete

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Zaheen Muhammad 2 months ago

Beautiful

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Concrete is the material to thank for most of our architecture miracles. It can be used in amounts that are both impressive and a tiny bit frightening. For example, the world's record for the largest concrete pour in a single project belongs to the Three Gorges Dam in Hubei Province, China and it required 16 million cubic meters of concrete over 17 years of construction.

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hawkeyefan95IA 2 months ago

It looks like tile 😍

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Leonardo Ochoa 2 months ago

B-e-a-utiful

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Concrete is sometimes also called Portland cement concrete for its visual resemblance to Portland stone and is made of coarse and fluid ingredients in order to harden not instantly but over time. This allows for it to be worked into the most precise designs.

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Unicornlover 2 months ago

Beautiful

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Von 2 months ago

Gorgeous work

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This is one of the most frequently used building materials and was first used as long ago as 700 BC. Ancient Nabataeans used concrete-like materials for house construction, flooring and to make underground water containers. Some of these structures can be still found today.

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Shelley Jennings 2 months ago

Oooh. So smeeeoooth

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Alejandro Suarez 2 months ago

This one work looks great. I´m gonna learn how to do it..

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There is also concrete work found in Greece which dates back to 1400-1200 BC. At that time, people discovered they could add volcanic ash to it to improve the mix and allow it to set underwater.

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Pretty Pangolin 2 months ago

Wonder what they used to texture it - a tarp maybe?

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sforshann 2 months ago

It looks slipperry

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It was also extensively used by the Romans and it's one of the reasons why so many of their structures survived to this day.

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Riddle_Rifle 2 months ago

i just love the color of wet sement

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TC 2 months ago

You'll see this photo again in photo #16

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April Simnel 2 months ago

Jethro and Ellie Mae will need to wait a couple of days before they can use the ce-ment pond.

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TC 2 months ago

Stone like. That's nice

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Nikki D 2 months ago

How do they keep leaves from falling on it or birds pooping on it?

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Craig Silberman 2 months ago

this looks like #21

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Nini Meow 2 months ago

Clearer

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Marcellus the Third 2 months ago

This is find extremely dissatisfying. The 'random' stone pattern suddenly meeting smooth (differently-random) edges? Arghhg.

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Mark 2 months ago

I bet that is great fun when it is wet, icy or covered in snow, no traction at all!

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