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Photographer Captures 8 Hours’ Worth Of Plane Take-offs In Single Image

By • Apr 4th, 2014

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.

My Photo Project: The Life Of Cute Milky Boxes

By • Apr 3rd, 2014

My name is Anastasy Andrianova and I’m a Russian photographer and illustrator. My photo project, Milky Photo, has been posted on my Deviantart account. I started to take these milky photos in 2011 and they are loved by people all around the world. I create these objects myself and I also draw illustrations with them.

Piip Show: Norwegians Create A Miniature Bird Bar Reality TV Show

By • Apr 3rd, 2014

The Piip Show is a three-month-long live broadcast following life inside a bird feeder decorated as a mini coffee bar.

The show is a unique collaboration project between freelance photographer Magne Klann, model maker Lars Aurtrade and Norwegian broadcasting network NRK.no. This TV experiment, also described as a “reality TV show with wild birds” by its creators, has already become NRK’s most-watched web page.

The contestants of this second-by-second broadcast have so far featured a nuthatch, a blue tit, a bullfinch, and a passing red squirrel. The Piip Show will run until the end of June and you can check its updates on Instagram and Twitter.

When Identical Twins Grow Up

By • Apr 3rd, 2014

Chinese photographer Gao Rongguo has created a touching series of photographs that juxtaposes pairs of identical twins in China. That catch is that they are all over the age of 50 – we get to compare not only their appearances, but how their lives have remained similar or how they’ve changed.

Mother Of Two Illustrates Babies’ Dreams On Blackboard

By • Apr 2nd, 2014

Anna Eftimie, a talented photographer and mother of two based in San Jose, California, creates adorable pictures of babies that shows what their dreams might look like if we could see them.
What gives her pictures a special childhood feel is her use of the blackboard, something many of us associate with the schoolrooms of our own childhood.

Inspiring Famous Quotes Illustrated With Minimalistic Posters

By • Apr 2nd, 2014

Toronto-based web and graphic designer Ryan McArthur gave the inspiring quotes by a handful of the most brilliant minds of our time a second life in his minimalistic poster designs. Humorous, inspiring and strikingly insightful, these quotes take some twisted turns into our minds with McArthur’s playful illustrations.

This Is How A Search Dog Looks After A Hard Day‘s Work

By • Mar 31st, 2014

This search dog is helping Washington National Guardsmen look for people in the debris field after the recent Oso mudslide in rural Washington.

Couple Adopts Twin Bear Cubs Rejected By Their Mother

By • Mar 28th, 2014

David and Lana Fechter have recently adopted two adorable Siberian bear cubs that were rejected by their mother at a Chicago zoo. The two nine-week-old male cubs, Lewis and Clark, are being kept in an inside closure and are being bottle fed. When the twins get bigger and more independent, they’ll be be given a large natural enclosure with ponds and ridges to live in at Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary.

Mother Invents Harness Allowing Parents To Walk With Their Disabled Children

By • Mar 28th, 2014

Debby Elnatan, an Israeli mother whose son has cerebral palsy, has invented a device called the Upsee that will make it significantly easier for parents and their disabled children to take walks together.
Cerebral palsy and the movement difficulties it brings make it difficult for kids like Rotem, Elnatan’s son, to walk. The Upsee, however, makes this simple form of bonding a lot easier.

13-Year-Old Kazakh Girl Trained To Become Eagle Hunter

By • Mar 27th, 2014

Asher Svidensky, a 24-year-old photographer from Israel, has recently visited Mongolia with the aim to document the lives of traditional Kazakh eagle hunters. “I wanted to document the ‘Future Generation’ – boys who take their first steps in learning the hunting skills, boys who hold the tradition’s future in their bare hands,” explained the photographer.