Reddit user EngVagabond posted a cool photo gallery on Reddit in which he feeds and plays with cute baby bunnies on the Japanese island of Ōkunoshima. Ōkunoshima, also known as the Rabbit Island, is famous for its huge population of wild bunnies. During WWII, the island had a secret Japanese Imperial base used for lethal gas production. The bunnies may have been released by workers after the plant closed or by schoolchildren who visited the island in 1971, but however it happened, the bunnies have bred and spread over the whole island.
What do a neglected and abused dog, a good-hearted punk rocker, and Las Vegas have in common? To find out, keep reading! There are also 3 videos at the bottom show her progress and happy ending too.
When world-class New Zealand-based artist Christy Lewis (aka Daizy) isn’t busy entertaining at parties or festivals with her amazingly talented and detailed face-painting, she loves practicing on her kids, who seem like perfectly willing models. Lewis has two daughters and a son who she likes transforming into everything from wild animals to superheroes.
The grandson of a railroad man and the son of a gearhead, artist Justin Gershenson-Gates has been surrounded by mechanical things from his early childhood. Now, all grown up, he is still passionate about tearing mechanical gadgets apart and making something new and fascinating out of them. That’s how his “A Mechanical Mind” sculpture series came to life.
This is a small selection of some of the most amazing landscapes in China. This selection was created to promote the beauty of landscapes in China. Enjoy! If you want to find out more about the author of each photograph we provided a link to the author’s page below the image.
Mass-produced products like toys, food and clothing are usually made in factories by huge machines that work with cold, mechanical precision. However, whether a product is made by a machine or a human, there’s always plenty of room for (hilarious) error, which is why I’ve collected this list of 33 “you had one job” fails.
U.K.-based photographer Will Burrard-Lucas became a convenient makeshift lookout post for meerkats during his photo shoot in the Makgadikgadi region of Botswana, Africa. It seems that as meerkats get more and more familiar with humans and their non-threatening nature, they don’t mind using humans as handy lookout posts to see if any real danger looms on the horizon.
New York-based photographer Bing Wright has created a stunning series of images that capture the reflections of beautiful sunsets in broken mirrors. The method behind his Broken Mirror/Evening Sky series is brilliant in its simplicity. The black lines in the shattered mirrors distort the sunset while retaining all of its splendorous color.
With more than 40,000 followers on Twitter and 26,400 fans on Vine, it looks like Marutaro the hedgehog from Japan is one of the most popular hedgehogs on the Internet. There are hundreds of cute photographs and videos of this little fellow, but the ones with little paper cut-out faces are probably the cutest. As Marutaro lies on his back, his owner gives him a variety of silly expressions and smiles. The 20 best of them will definitely boost your mood!
Mike Kelley, a talented professional architecture photographer, has created an amazing composite image that has combined 8 hours’ worth of take-offs (and a few landings) at Los Angeles airport. He did it by taking 370 separate photos and digitally combining them into one big super-photo that makes it seem as though the entire fleet (flock?) of commercial aircraft is taking off all at once.