Canal Saint-Martin In Paris Reveals Its Secrets

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Paris authorities began draining the Canal Saint-Martin, a popular waterway that attracts tourists and revelers in the French capital’s trendy northeastern 10th arrondissement, for the first time in 14 years, Paris, January 5, 2016. (Photo by Christophe Geyres/SIPA Press/Newscom)
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Badass Cat Proves He’s The True Owner Of This Supermarket In London

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According to Bored Panda, cats go where they want and do what they want. In the case of one kitty in London, it means going to a supermarket. This cat was first spotted in November while parading around in Sainsbury’s in Brockley. Later on identified as Olly Oliver, this six-year-old had been removed from the premises by store security. But seeing how cats have no fear of laws of man or God (and they’re highly suspicious of this “physics” thing), he’s at it again. Continue »

Feminist Artist Launches Silk Scarves Made From Images Of Her Own Vagina

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What does a provocative feminist artist do after livestreaming images from the inside of her vagina? If you’re Christen Clifford, you take those images, put them on a pink scarf, and market them as the “Pussy Bow.” Continue »

These Action Shots Show Talented Athletes Practicing Yoga Poses In Iconic City Locations

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The amazing snaps were taken by photographer Kristina Kashtanova at urban street locations in the UK and New York. The talented yogis are seen striking mind-boggling poses in the most unusual settings. Continue »

3-Year-Old Bull Terrier Travels The World With Dutch Photographer Alice Van Kempen And Poses For Photographs In Abandoned Buildings

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Meet Claire, the 3-year-old bull terrier travels the world with Dutch photographer Alice van Kempen, 48, and poses for photographs in abandoned buildings. Van Kempen seeks out abandoned places to photograph in pursuit of her passion for urban exploring, bringing along her globetrotting pooch as her trusted companion. Continue »

An Illusory Swimming Pool By Leandro Erlich

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Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created an illusory swimming pool that seems to be filled with water. Installed as a permanent exhibit at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, the water in the pool is actually only 10cm shallow, supported by a thick layer of transparent glass. Continue »

The Birds

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A murmuration of migrating starlings is seen across the sky in southern Israel December 31, 2015. (Photo by Amir Cohen/Reuters) Continue »

“The Family Of Man”: 503 Images By 273 Photographers From 68 Countries

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“The Family of Man” opened at The Museum of Modern Art in January 1955 and was curated by Edward Steichen. It was groundbreaking in its scope – 503 images by 273 photographers from 68 countries – as well as in the numbers of people who experienced it on its tour through 88 venues in 37 countries. The touring exhibit drew over 9 million people and the accompanying catalog sold over 2.5 million copies. Continue »

8-Year-Old Feeds Crows And They Leave Her Small “Thank You” Gifts In Return

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In 2011, Gabi Mann was a four-year-old in Seattle with a habit of dropping her food. A chicken nugget might fall off her lap while she’s getting out of the car, and Gabi wouldn’t pick it up. Instead, the crows rushed to the forgotten morsel and hoped for another bite. Gabi eventually noticed this pattern and rewarded their attention by sharing some of her packed lunch on the way to the bus stop.
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Pizza Hut Just Unveiled A Clothing Line Called Hut Swag

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Given that they can barely handle making the thing they’re named after, it seems a little presumptuous for Pizza Hut to sell branded clothing … but they’re doing it anyway. Not only that, they’re calling the collection Hut Swag, so you can’t even talk about it without sounding like a dudebro idiot. Continue »

30 Captivating Historical Photographs Which You Need To See

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The best old photos are the ones you can look at for hours at a time. We gathered a few of them here, for your enjoyment. Continue »

Rainbow Stairs Add Color To This Otherwise White Room

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Andy Martin Architecture were asked by their clients, a family with two young sons, to design the renovation of their home in London. A mostly white play area was included in the renovation, but it also received a pop of fun color from some rainbow stairs, where each stair is a different color. Continue »

Rare Photos Of Germany Before It Was Destroyed By War

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Long before it was crippled and destroyed by two World Wars, Germany was a land of beauty, gothic splendour and picturesque villages. After the second world war ended on September 2nd 1945, Germany went through decades of rebuilding with much of it’s original beauty bombed and laying in ruins. Continue »

Photographer Continues Quest To Document The Diversity Of Beauty Around The World

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A year ago, we shared here (and here) the incredible story of Mihaela Noroc — a photographer who quit her job, withdrew her savings, and embarked on a mission to capture portraits of women from every country in the world. The ambitious, ongoing project highlights beauty that exists everywhere, in densely-populated cities as well as remote villages. Continue »

Sad, True And Hilarious Revelations About Real Life

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Sometimes the world we live in can be a pretty awkward place. Continue »