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Paul Alexander Opens Up About What He’s Achieved While Living In an Iron Lung for Most of His Life

71-year old Paul Alexander is one of the last people to live inside an iron lung. In 1952, Alexander had contracted a polio when he was six years old, which destroyed his muscles, including his diaphragm, leaving him paralyzed and unable to breathe. To save his life, Alexander was put …

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Winter Waterfowl Assignment Winner Linda Gillespie

Photo By Linda Gillespie Congratulations to Linda Gillespie for winning the recent Winter Waterfowl Assignment with the image, “Lord of the Dance.” “I live in Michigan, so when I saw Outdoor Photographer’s assignment for Winter Waterfowl, I knew it was time to see what I could do,’ explains Gillespie. “I …

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A Price Comparison of Some of the Most Expensive Buildings in the World

Reigarw Comparisons created a new animated video where they compare the prices of some of the most expensive buildings, structures, and properties in the world. Includes most expensive house, most expensive mansion, most expensive penthouse, most expensive stadium, most expensive resort, most expensive skyscraper, most expensive castle, most expensive hospital …

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Olympic Athletes Fart Their Way to a Smelly Victory at the 2018 Winter Games

John Carlucci and Brandon LaGanke of GHOST + COW have tapped into their creative sound editing skills once again to create a series of videos featuring Olympic athletes farting their way to a smelly victory at the 2018 winter games. We previously wrote their flatulent coverage of past Olympic games. …

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The Gorgeous Slow Motion Movement of Drowned Color As It Dances Up to the Water’s Surface

Experimental musician and artist Kamiel Rongen of Water Ballet captured the graceful slow motion movement of drowned color as it formed vivid threads and shapes that danced their way up to the surface. Rongen stated that this was all created in his Amsterdam studio for his original song “Barbapapa“. For …

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A Clever Tortoiseshell Cat Waits Until the Pedestrian Signal Turns Green Before Crossing the Street

While waiting to cross a street in Manila, Philippines, a perceptive human captured footage of a very clever tortoiseshell cat who also wanted to cross, but was playing it safe by waiting for the pedestrian signal to turn green before doing so. As we were waiting for the light to …

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Artist Appears to Tie a Knot In the Middle of a 450 Year Old Wooden Pillar at a German Museum

A post shared by Redbubble Create (@redbubblecreate) on Feb 10, 2018 at 11:09am PST British installation artist Alex Chinneck, who previously created a house facade that appeared to be sliding off and a car parked upside down on a curved piece of asphalt, moved his talent indoors. In a piece …

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ACDSee Pro For iOS

There are a multitude of options in the Apple App Store for photographers, some of which combine photo editing tools and camera controls for shooting with the device itself. We’ve used many of them, and ACDSee Pro For iOS stands out among the very best of these apps. You don’t …

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Photo Of The Day By Robert Kaplan

Photo By Robert Kaplan Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Great Blue at Sunrise” by Robert Kaplan. Location: Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Delray Beach, Florida. “I photographed this great blue heron at my first visit to Wakodahatchee Wetlands as the sun was coming up behind him,” says Kaplan. Photo of the Day …

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Create Captivating Creature Captures

I love wildlife photography because there are so many factors that challenge the photographer to create a great image. The light, head angle, background, condition of the subject, behavior, mergers with others and more all have to fall into place to make the image a success. When it does, it …