Blooming trees, singing birds, warm sunshine… All these things are integral parts of one of the most beautiful seasons of the year – spring. Photographer Sue Hsu perfectly conveys this mood in her beautiful and colorful bird photos. Sue Hsu is a line dance instructor and she says that photography is her hobby and biggest passion.
Chicago-based photographer and animal lover Zielinski bought what is probably the most useless, yet incredibly funny thing on the whole Amazon – Horse Head Squirrel Feeder. “Yep just what it sounds like. We’ve been feeding a few generations of squirrels in the yard and when I saw this I couldn’t resist. Fill the inside with peanuts and hilarity ensues,” says Z.
The Simpsons decided to reveal the truth behind the famous Twitter breaking Oscar selfie that you could not possibly miss out. Apparently, Homer was harshly pushed out of the frame by Bradley Cooper and Bart was also there…somewhere. Homer tweeted: “The ugly true story of that Oscar® selfie can finally be told! Let’s break Twitter again. Look for Bart.” Simply brilliant and hilarious!
The ongoing “Pretty Girl, Ugly Face Shot” photo trend serves up a constant stream of hilarious side-by-side shots of pretty girls making hideous faces. From grumpy smiles to double chins and crossed eyes, these women don’t hesitate to show their inner “ugly duckling.”
“Oh baby, baby, it’s a wired world” is the latest series by Greece-based visual designer Charis Tsevis who creates incredibly intricate wire illustrations of animals and people. Tsevis says he was inspired by our highly wired world.
My wife loves miniature figures. She used to have whole doll houses filled with little figurines and furniture. And I really love Beauty and Fashion photography. Whenever I find creative images of miniature figures on the internet I always have to show them to her. With our two hobbies combined, my collection of inspirational images became the beginning of this project.
In anticipation of this years Oscar award ceremony, People.com created an entertaining series of edited images in which prominent Hollywood A-listers seem to be posing with their past selves.
The series was made to drum up excitement for the approaching award ceremony, but it was based off of similar images that had been drifting around online for quite a while.