Child Photo Contest 2017 – The Best Pictures Dedicated To Childhood


“Both looking out” by Helen Whittle, Australia

The Black and White Child Photo Contest 2017, or B&W CHILD, has unveiled the winners of its fourth edition. This photo contest is dedicated to black and white photography on the theme of childhood, and this year again brings together thousands of images from around the world. Some beautiful photographs, capturing the innocence and poetry of childhood with a rare beauty! Continue reading »

Dickens World, The Defunct Theme Park Dedicated To Live Action Re-Enactments Of Charles Dickens Novels

They theme park had life-sized replicas of the streets where Oliver Twist and Company picked pockets, poorhouses and the ghost chamber where you get haunted by the ghosts of the Marley Brothers from the classic A Christmas Carol. The website is still live even though it closed in 2016. Continue reading »

This Post Is Dedicated To All The Veterans Past, Present And Future

Reaching for Rescue, Vietnam. 1968
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“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. Continue reading »

This Woman Has Dedicated Her Life To Taking Pictures Of The Oldest Trees On The Planet

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San Francisco-based photographer Beth Moon traveled all over the planet shooting some of the world’s oldest living trees. She dedicated 14 years of her life to this quest, and the resulting photographic collection, a series of 60 duotone prints, were made into a book titled “Ancient Trees: Portraits of Time.” Continue reading »

17 Wonderfully Tender Illustrations Dedicated To Our Beloved Moms

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Being a mom is the hardest job in the world. Mom will always listen and understand; she will always give us useful advice, celebrate our victories alongside us and help us get through the most difficult times. These warm and wonderfully tender illustrations will make you want to hug your mom. Continue reading »

Frietmuseum: The World’s First Museum Dedicated to Fries

The humble potato is getting some major respect at the Frietmuseum in the medieval city of Bruges, Belgium.

Created by the families Cedric and Eddy Van Belle, the Frietmuseum is an educational museum that explains the history of the potato from its humble beginnings in South America to the fry we know today. Though we typically know them as French fries, the museum’s creators prefer we used the name Belgian potato fry.

A visitor views exhibits during a visit to the Frietmuseum in Bruges September 27, 2011. The museum, the first of its kind in the world dedicated entirely to research and information on potato fries, traces the history of the snack and offers advice on how to cook them. (REUTERS / Thierry Roge) Continue reading »