Monday, May 2, 2016

F is for Feelings



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Ghostbusters in 2 minutes with LEGO bricks



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Delicious Lego Art by Tary


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Father and His Tiny Astronaut Son Explore Earth Together in Adorable Photo Project


Photographer Aaron Sheldon has revived a starry-eyed, childlike curiosity for our most menial errands and activities, thanks to his four-year-old son, who models as a tiny astronaut in their collaborative photo series called Small Steps Are Giant Leaps.

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Arctic Love, Brice Portolano

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Don’t Worry



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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Young Mother



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Greenhouse


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All Can Be Frida


Frida Kahlo, with her bushy brows and brightly draped prints, is an iconic figurehead for artistic inspiration. For Brazilian photographer Camila Fontenele de Miranda, the passion and energy that Frida epitomized is something that motivated her to create a unique photography project.
Todos Podem Ser Frida (All Can Be Frida) is an unusual concept that gives anyone the opportunity to don the appearance (and hopefully attitude) of the legendary woman.

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Happy May Day

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Saturday, April 30, 2016

It's The Weekend!


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New burger at ChevapRolls – PanckBurger


When ChevapRolls first opened its doors at the start of the year there were some questions on how crossing one of the most recognisable meat dishes in the region – Ćevapčići – with one of the most recognisable desserts – palačinke (pancakes) would be received… Now after four months in business the answers seems to be very well! The unique ćevapčići / palačinke fusion is the brainchild of two Croatia MasterChef contestants, Martina Županić and Iva Pehar, and their new food joint ChevapRolls has become a hit in the capital Zagreb. When they opened up, the pair’s idea was to create a new street food, where the popular ćevapčići could be eaten as a snack on the go. ChevapRolls has been doing great business since opening and recently they added a new unique product to the menu.

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23 Quick and Tasty Low-Carb Dinners Under 500 Calories


Here are some easy dinner options all under 500 calories, with less than 25 grams of carbs per serving.

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Calvin and Hobbes

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Friday, April 29, 2016

T.Rex

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Witch’s Cucumbers


They are perfect for every witch who want to decorate her haunted house, room or forest.
 Their floods glow in the dark and those creatures look really creepy, especially at night.
They were sculpted and hand painted by Kasia and Jacek Anyszkiewicz.

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Fantastic Mr. Fox


The man is Patsy Gibbons and his two adorable sidekicks are Grainne and Minnie.

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Cry baby cry


A referee puts on an ogre mask to make a baby cry during the crying baby contest at Sensoji Buddhist temple in Tokyo. via

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Chinese farmer Zhang Shengwu demonstrates his homemade submarine in a river near Maanshan city.

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Tim Peake drives remote robot on Earth from orbit


UK astronaut Tim Peake has begun his big remote control experiment on the space station.
He is commanding a robot rover on Earth, driving it across a big sandpit in Stevenage that simulates the surface of the Red Planet. The Briton is clearly enjoying himself, racing through the tasks he was set. It is all part of a European Space Agency project that aims to learn how astronauts can operate systems on other worlds at a distance. continue

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Ancient Arabic Text Shines Light on Massive Supernova


In 1006 A.D., a new star appeared, lighting the skies in the Middle East, Europe, Asia and perhaps even North America. Many spotted the glowing orb. And though they didn't know it at the time, these lucky ancient observers were gazing at one of the brightest supernovas ever recorded, now cataloged as SN 1006. Modern astrophysicists have learned a great deal from the records of many of these ancient observers, including astronomer Ali ibn Ridwan in Egypt and the Benedictine monks at the Abbey of St. Gall in Switzerland. In recent years, astronomers have also taken pictures of the remnants of the explosion, 7,200 light years from Earth in the constellation Lupus.
 But those ancient sources still have more to tell.

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Lux Noctis



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“Trees're always a relief, after people.”


Photograph by Jekaterina L., National Geographic Your Shot

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Palouse Farm



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