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30 Apocalyptic Pics From The ‘Wasteland Weekend’ Where Costumes Are Mandatory
02 oct 2019 15:40

About 4,000 people have flooded California's Mojave Desert for the annual post-apocalyptic festival called Wasteland Weekend, and the pics looks out of this world. The festival, which was inspired by the Mad Max film series, is unlike most desert parties because it requires all attendees to be in costume. Yes, even staff members and journalists. The idea is to create a full-immersion effect, making everyone feel like they’re inside a Mad Max universe.

About 4,000 people have flooded California's Mojave Desert for the annual post-apocalyptic festival called Wasteland Weekend, and the pics looks out of this world.

Tags: california   festivaly   mad-max   people   photo   wasteland-weekend   world  
500 Million Bees Have Already Died In Brazil Within Three Months
26 aug 2019 16:04

Being significant contributors to the reproduction of various plants, bees are one of the most integral pollinators in nature. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), bees are responsible for pollinating 75% of the world’s crops. However, they are rapidly dying. Within a 3-month period, Brazil has lost over 500 million bees, leaving the future of our food in question.

Being significant contributors to the reproduction of various plants, bees are one of the most integral pollinators in nature.

Tags: bee   brazil   crop   future   nature   pesticide   world  
I Am Moving Out Of The Netherlands After 3 Years And Here Are My Favorite Photos
22 aug 2019 20:30

"In just a few days I am moving out of the Netherlands where I have lived for the last three years. During these years, I've met many wonderful people, made countless memories and, obviously, taken hundreds of photos. I had a look at my archive and selected 15 of my favorite pictures".

"In just a few days I am moving out of the Netherlands where I have lived for the last three years. During these years, I've met many wonderful people, made countless memories and, obviously, ...

Tags: beauty   cityscape   nature   netherlands   photo   travel   world  
Amazing Pics From Kyoto “Bullet Tour” Show No Matter How Tight Your Schedule, You Should Go
15 aug 2019 15:17

Breathtaking images from a skilled photographer show that even one day in Japan’s former capitals is enough for unforgettable beauty. Japanese photographer Naohiro Yako went on a dangan tour of Kyoto and Nara, Japan’s former capitals which are halfway across the country from his current home in Tokyo. In total, he only spent 20 hours in the cities before he had to leave, but that was still enough time to take these jaw-dropping photos.

Breathtaking images from a skilled photographer show that even one day in Japan’s former capitals is enough for unforgettable beauty.

Tags: Nara   city   japan   kyoto   photo   travel   world  
The National Geographic’s Travel Photo Contest Is Over And Here Are The Winners
14 jun 2019 09:09

Picturesque villages, majestic animals and candid human moments – captured around the world by the photographers of this year’s National Geographic Travel Photo Contest. Each year talented artists allow us to travel the globe through the lenses of their cameras, which capture breathtaking moments we would otherwise miss. The 2019 grand prize of $7,500 went to Weimin Chu for his whimsical ‘Winter in Greenland’ photograph.

Picturesque villages, majestic animals and candid human moments – captured around the world by the photographers of this year’s National Geographic Travel Photo Contest.

Tags: contest   photo   talent   the-national-geographic   travel   winner   world  
'Disrespectful' tourists are ruining Easter Island by trampling on sacred graves and taking selfies
24 may 2019 14:21

An archaeologist has warned that Easter Island is under threat from selfie-loving tourists who trample over sacred ground and monuments just so they can take photographs of themselves picking the noses of its ancient stone statues.

An archaeologist has warned that Easter Island is under threat from selfie-loving tourists who trample over sacred ground and monuments just so they can take photographs of themselves picking the...

Tags: Easter-Island   problem   selfie   threat   tourist   travel   world  
Japanese Cats Love Nothing More In The World Than Watching Farmer Next Door Plant His Rice
21 may 2019 16:56

Just because cats don’t like to work doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy watching other people work. You can find cat cafes all across Japan, but Yuzu no Ie, in the town of Yurihonjo, Akita Prefecture, is special. That’s because it’s the only cat cafe in Japan that’s right next to a rice paddy. See, being next to a rice paddy makes Yuzu no Ie special for the cats, because the cafe’s feline staff absolutely love the view, as this adorable video shows

Just because cats don’t like to work doesn’t mean they don’t enjoy watching other people work. You can find cat cafes all across Japan, but Yuzu no Ie, in the town of Yurihonjo, Akita Prefecture, ...

Tags: cat   farmer   japan   plant   rice   video   world  
Stunning Images Of The Seven Wonders Of The Ancient World Restored In Their Prime
08 may 2019 21:09

The 7 Wonders of the Ancient World was a list of must-see sites for Ancient Greek tourists. Compiled by Antipater of Sidon, a poet in 2nd-century-BCE Greece, the list remains an important piece of intangible heritage today. Even though most of the wonders have fallen into disrepair, they continued to inspire masterful artists to use their imagination and turn the intangible heritage today.

The 7 Wonders of the Ancient World was a list of must-see sites for Ancient Greek tourists. Compiled by Antipater of Sidon, a poet in 2nd-century-BCE Greece, ...

Tags: ancient   image   restored   seven   stunning   wonder   world  
Amazing Black & White Photographs That Capture Everyday Life Of Paris From The 1930s And Early 1940s
08 may 2019 20:59

Roger Schall (1904-1995) was a renowned French photographer of the 1930s & 1940s. He worked in all photographic disciplines from fashion, portraits, nudes, still life and reportage. From June of 1940 to August 1944, Schall photographed German occupied Paris, hiding his negatives so they wouldn’t be found. Schall also documented post-war Paris and continued working as a photographer into the 1970s.

Roger Schall (1904-1995) was a renowned French photographer of the 1930s & 1940s. He worked in all photographic disciplines from fashion, portraits, nudes, still life and reportage.

Tags: black-white   everyday   life   paris   photograph   photography   world  
Soviet female snipers
08 may 2019 20:48

“What is absurd and monstrous about war is that men who have no personal quarrel should be trained to murder one another in cold blood.” – Aldous Huxley.

“What is absurd and monstrous about war is that men who have no personal quarrel should be trained to murder one another in cold blood.” – Aldous Huxley.

Tags: commemoration   hero   photo   post   veteran   war   world  
Japanese Illustrator Imagines A World Where Humans Live Among Giant Animals
26 apr 2019 15:25

By the hands of super creative mystery illustrator from Japan, comes the world like no other. On social media, the artist is known as Ariduka55 and it seems artist loves cats the most. There are a lot of other cuddly animals like pandas, rabbits, raccoons, and dogs and they are all giant creatures!

By the hands of super creative mystery illustrator from Japan, comes the world like no other. On social media, the artist is known as Ariduka55 and it seems artist loves cats the most.

Tags: animal   giant   human   illustrator   japan   world  
18 Historical Mysteries That Still Nobody Can Explain
17 apr 2019 15:05

History is full of the unknown, and for some reason, we as humans tend to concentrate on the mysterious things more than the undeniable facts. So if you love a little mystery, you are in for a treat. rom a 2,000-year-old body that still had hair and eyelashes on it, to a text that nobody in the world can understand, this list shows you the unexplained side of the history.

History is full of the unknown, and for some reason, we as humans tend to concentrate on the mysterious things more than the undeniable facts. So if you love a little mystery, you are in for a treat.

Tags: fact   history   interesting   mysterious   story   unexplained   world  
Scottish Man Decides To Cycle Across The Globe Solo But Finds A Stray Cat Which Accompanies Him
09 apr 2019 16:44

In September 2018, Dean Nicholson had one goal – to cycle across the globe solo – and he began his long journey riding from his hometown Dunbar, Scotland. The 31-year-old Scottish traveler was tired from his nine-to-five job as a welder so he wanted to change his lifestyle and see the world from a bicycle seat. When he was crossing the Bosnian border into Montenegro, his plans had to change a little bit.

In September 2018, Dean Nicholson had one goal – to cycle across the globe solo – and he began his long journey riding from his hometown Dunbar, Scotland.

Tags: cat   man   scotland   stray   travel   trip   with   world  
Game Of Thrones Hid 6 Thrones Around The World For An Epic Scavenger Hunt And 2 Are Left To Find
28 mar 2019 10:39

If there’s one thing that Game Of Thrones probably doesn’t need, it’s more publicity. The world’s biggest television series is nearing its finale and people can’t stop talking about it, everyone knows what it is already! Even those of us who don’t care can’t help but catch the gossip at work, on the street, or among friends.

If there’s one thing that Game Of Thrones probably doesn’t need, it’s more publicity. The world’s biggest television series is nearing its finale and people can’t stop talking about it, ...

Tags: HBO   game   hunt   promotion   serial   throne   world  
#1 Colosseum
28 mar 2019 10:19

Regarded by the world as one of the greatest empires to ever exist, the Roman Empire had many accomplishments. And Roman architecture is definitely one of them. The living testament to its glory are the constructions that still stand to this day, despite around 2000 years of fire, war, wear and scavenging people. Yet while we see what is left in our day, it is always fascinating to see what the iconic structures looked like back in their glorious days.

Regarded by the world as one of the greatest empires to ever exist, the Roman Empire had many accomplishments. And Roman architecture is definitely one of them.

Tags: before-after   building   italy   landmark   roman   structure   world  
I Explored An Undiscovered Canyon In Kyrgyzstan, And Here Are 23 Pics Of It
26 mar 2019 10:52

I recently explored a part of Kyrgyzstan that was very much undiscovered. For 6 days I explored the south shore of Issyk Kul lake (one of the biggest lakes in the world). This trip was focused on the Canyons on the shore of Issyk Kul Lake. Kyrgyzstan has so much to offer and I am already looking forward to going back in June. For now, please enjoy this unique canyon series that consists for the most part of drone imaginary, abstracts and night photography.

I recently explored a part of Kyrgyzstan that was very much undiscovered. For 6 days I explored the south shore of Issyk Kul lake (one of the biggest lakes in the world).

Tags: canyon   kyrgyzstan   photo   travel   trip   unknown   world  
This Artist Turns Old Pocket Watches Into Miniature Worlds
20 mar 2019 12:07

Greek artist Gregory Grozos is on a quest to prove that watches can do much more than just tick. They can fit entire worlds inside them. "I call my creations 'miniature worlds' because that is what I exactly aim them to be," Gregory writes. "I try to make each work as detailed and complete as a tiny world would need to be in order to be called a world."

Greek artist Gregory Grozos is on a quest to prove that watches can do much more than just tick. They can fit entire worlds inside them.

Tags: art   artist   design   miniature   watches   work   world  
This ‘Elephant Queen’ survived for over 60 years
15 mar 2019 11:05

Elephants are, without a doubt, one of the most majestic creatures walking the Earth. Despite being around 3m tall and African elephants weighing about 6000kg. on average, they are gentle giants, known for their empathy and strong family bonds. Unfortunately, there are people in the world that don’t see the gentle nature in the animal when they look at them, they see a profit.

Elephants are, without a doubt, one of the most majestic creatures walking the Earth. Despite being around 3m tall and African elephants weighing about 6000kg.

Tags: africa   animals   elephant   legendary   photo   story   world  
20 World-Famous Buildings And Statues In The Middle Of Their Construction
13 mar 2019 15:02

Although only the Great Pyramid of Giza remains of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the modern world can surely boast with a number of memorable architectural monuments. Scroll down below to see what famous structures looked like while they were being built.

Although only the Great Pyramid of Giza remains of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the modern world can surely boast with a number of memorable architectural monuments.

Tags: building   construction   famous   interesting   photo   statue   world  
30 Fake Viral Photos People Believed Were Real
27 feb 2019 11:28

Recently, the term 'Fake news' has become really popular, but with today's photoshop abilities, even those of us with the most observant eyes may easily be fooled. From the viral rice wave to a photo of the first dab in history, how many of these photos do you believed to be 100% real?

Recently, the term 'Fake news' has become really popular, but with today's photoshop abilities, even those of us with the most observant eyes may easily be fooled.

Tags: fake   news   people   photo   photoshop   real   viral   world  
#1 Just... A Little... Bit... Closer
21 feb 2019 11:53

Julian Rad, a wildlife photographer from Austria, shows the most lovable wildlife shots of squirrels, hamsters, and foxes that you’ve probably ever seen. Back in 2015, he won the renowned Comedy Wildlife Photography Award with his image of a running hamster, titled "Rush hour".

Julian Rad, a wildlife photographer from Austria, shows the most lovable wildlife shots of squirrels, hamsters, and foxes that you’ve probably ever seen.

Tags: animals   austrian   life   photo   photographer   wildlife   world  
Recently a 33-year-old swimmer and fitness expert, Ross Edgley, returned from an epic 1,780-mile (2,800 km) journey
13 nov 2018 12:39

Recently a 33-year-old swimmer and fitness expert, Ross Edgley, returned from an epic 2,800 km journey. Ross spent 5 months at sea. During this victorious swim, Ross broke 4 world records. The records include – the first person to swim the entire South Coast of the UK, the longest ever staged sea swim, the fastest person on the planet to swim from Land’s End to John O’Groats, and the first person to swim around Great Britain.

Recently a 33-year-old swimmer and fitness expert, Ross Edgley, returned from an epic 2,800 km journey. Ross spent 5 months at sea. During this victorious swim, Ross broke 4 world records.

Tags: edgley   expert   fitness   great-britain   record   swimmer   world  
#1 Us Nurse Discovered That Her Colleague Doctor Was Premature Baby She Cared For 28 Years Ago
09 oct 2018 10:43

Even if you don't believe in fate sometimes events occur that are so coincidental that they don't seem to have any other possible explanation. From doppelgängers meeting each other to identical cars parking next to each other, sometimes the cosmic universe aligns and the least we can do is take a photo and share it with the internet.

Even if you don't believe in fate sometimes events occur that are so coincidental that they don't seem to have any other possible explanation.

Tags: coincidence   doppelgänger   incredible   people   photo   world  
9 Pics That Show What Kids Get For School Lunches In Different Countries
04 oct 2018 09:44

Debates and initiatives over school lunches in the United States have remained in the public dialogue over the years. Sweetgreen, a chain of salad restaurants, that runs the Sweetgreen in Schools program meant to educate kids about healthy eating, fitness, and sustainability, created a photo series to show what kids around the world eat for lunch – and compared to the U.S these schools are serving up gourmet meals. Scroll down below to compare plates!

Debates and initiatives over school lunches in the United States have remained in the public dialogue over the years.

Tags: comparison   food   meal   photo   school   world  
21 Pictures That Prove Japan Is A Modern Paradise
02 oct 2018 11:25

BRB, booking a one-way ticket to Tokyo.

BRB, booking a one-way ticket to Tokyo.

Tags: future   interesting   japan   life   photo   things   world  
Photographer Goes Around The World In Search Of The Most Beautiful Libraries
27 sep 2018 10:41

In July, Italian artist Massimo Listri released a book of photographs that featured the most beautiful libraries from around the world. The chosen institutions, revered for their historical value, architectural relevance and preciousness of the books they keep, are standalone works of art. For those lucky enough to visit these design marvels, spending a whole day at the library doesn't sound so bad!

In July, Italian artist Massimo Listri released a book of photographs that featured the most beautiful libraries from around the world.

Tags: Marvel   art   design   library   photography   travel   world  
1. Terme di Saturnia — Saturnia, Italy
24 sep 2018 10:23

Bathhouse, hamami, jjimjilbang, banya — no matter the term, the art of public bathing has been around for thousands of years across the globe. In some cultures, it represents the importance of taking time to rest and relax — in others it's seen as a chance to socialize and build community. Above all, the goal is to come away feeling centered in mind and body. Here's how public bathing looks in nine different countries around the world:

Bathhouse, hamami, jjimjilbang, banya — no matter the term, the art of public bathing has been around for thousands of years across the globe.

Tags: bath   culture   hot-springs   photo   public   spa   world  
These 50 Pics Show How Dystopic Our Society Already Is, And It's Terrifying
13 sep 2018 12:47

What comes to mind when you think of a dystopian universe? is it Dali-esque surrealist landscapes or is it a more realistic world like 'The Handmaidens Tale.' For real-life examples of this theory look no further than the sub-Reddit titled 'A Boring Dystopia,' which is dedicated to sharing images that are disturbingly unassuming.

What comes to mind when you think of a dystopian universe? is it Dali-esque surrealist landscapes or is it a more realistic world like 'The Handmaidens Tale.

Tags: boring   dystopia   photo   picture   reality   society   world  
This is the toilet of the temple. It is painted in gold to symbolise the human greed for material and perishable things. And it is a toilet to show us the value of all these things
07 sep 2018 11:59

Wat Rong Khun, more widely known as Thailand's White Temple, is built with a very simple idea in mind. His creator, Chalermchai Kositpipat, wanted to create the most beautiful temple in the world. Undoubtedly, whoever steps inside this temple walks out with an indelible impression of it. There is simply no other place on Earth like Wat Rong Khun.

Wat Rong Khun, more widely known as Thailand's White Temple, is built with a very simple idea in mind.

Tags: Buddhism   photography   temple   thailand   travel   world  
Waiting For A Plane In The World’s Best Airport Is Like Visiting Disneyland
28 aug 2018 10:57

This year Singapore Changi Airport won the annual ‘World’s Best Airport Award’, presented by the Skytrax airport ranking site, for the 6th time in a row.Changi Airport earned the honor for its dazzling amenities, such as movie theaters that screen the latest blockbusters free of charge. Moreover there’s a rooftop swimming pool with a Jacuzzi and a bar. If that’s not enough this airport is filled with gardens.

This year Singapore Changi Airport won the annual ‘World’s Best Airport Award’, presented by the Skytrax airport ranking site, for the 6th time in a row.

Tags: Changi   airport   amusement   service   singapore   travel   world  
#1 Just Before Sunrise The Clouds Turn Purple. A Thick Fog Blanket Makes It Look Like The Windmills Are Floating
26 jul 2018 09:34

A few weeks ago I shot all of these photos during this magical morning; a morning I will never forget. On this particular morning thick fog covered the area of the famous windmill village Zaanse Schans in the Netherlands. I was lucky to be there around 5 AM in the morning and take these photos. It was like I was walking in a fairytale.

A few weeks ago I shot all of these photos during this magical morning; a morning I will never forget.

Tags: beauty   dutch   fog   photography   travel   windmill   world  
6 sole survivors of plane crashes who lived through unimaginable circumstances
23 jul 2018 09:56

Although plane crashes are relatively rare, the death toll is usually high due to a large number of people onboard. Sometimes, people get lucky and become the sole survivors of plane crashes. But, for many of these survivors, living through the crash was only the beginning as they then had to survive dire conditions.

Although plane crashes are relatively rare, the death toll is usually high due to a large number of people onboard. Sometimes, people get lucky and become the sole survivors of plane crashes.

Tags: crash   people   plane   story   survival   world  
15+ Photos That Prove Japan Is Not Like Any Other Country
31 may 2018 12:56

You might know Japan as home to anime, sumo wrestlers and Cherry blossoms but What about all of their extremely innovative toilets? Have you ever Dreamed about Your train always arriving on time? Drainage canals that look like Koi ponds? Or Vending machines filled with fresh eggs?

You might know Japan as home to anime, sumo wrestlers and Cherry blossoms but What about all of their extremely innovative toilets? Have you ever Dreamed about Your train always arriving on time?

Tags: fact   interesting   japan   life   photo   world  
In a Burkinabe home living on $29/month per adult, the favorite toy is an old tire
23 may 2018 09:53

Anna Rosling Rönnlund has spent the last 15 years making global public data easier to understand and use. Trying to come up with an idea that would connect with people better than colorful charts, she started Dollar Street. The initiative had a team of photographers documenting over 264 homes in 50 countries. In each home, the photographer spent a day taking pictures of up to 135 objects, like the family’s shoes, toothbrushes, or… children’s toys.

Anna Rosling Rönnlund has spent the last 15 years making global public data easier to understand and use.

Tags: Income   childhood   kid   people   project   toy   world  
Someone Called This Girl Stupid For Doing Dangerous Things, Then Saw Her Last Name
19 apr 2018 11:39

19-year-old Bindi Irwin is proving that she is a ‘chip off the old block’ by following in the footsteps of her famous father, showing the same natural charm and close connection with animals of all kinds. Bindi’s true passion is wildlife and she has that special gift of sharing her enthuasiasm, inspiration and message of conservation to the world. She still lives and works at Australia Zoo, which was founded and has been run by the Irwin family since 1970.

19-year-old Bindi Irwin is proving that she is a ‘chip off the old block’ by following in the footsteps of her famous father, ...

Tags: Bindi Irwin   animal   nature   person   photo   world  
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