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How the Majority of State Flags in the United States Violate the Most Basic Rules of Design

YouTuber Linus Obenhaus of Linopa Films took a humorous look at the basic design rules that make a state flag most appealing. These rules include the use of meaningful symbolism, color simplicity, distinctiveness and disallows letter or seals. Using toothpick flags, Obenhaus pointed out the best state flag designs, those …

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An Enormous Flock of 10,000 Snow Geese Take Flight From a Québec Lake in Beautiful Synchronicity

In January 2015, dog lovers LazyriverGoldens captured the absolutely gorgeous sight of an enormous flock of over 10,000 snow geese taking flight from Lake Massawippi in Ayer’s Cliff, Quebec, Canada in beautiful rolling synchronization with each other. This was actually a small group compared to what has been on the …

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Reprising His Role as Hamilton As Part of His Efforts to Help Rebuild Puerto Rico

Lin-Manuel Miranda, the musical genius who conceived, wrote and performed in the wildly popular Broadway show Hamilton, sat down with CBS correspondent David Begnaud to talk about the Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, Miranda’s familial connection to the island, his concern about the politics of the situation and his noble …

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Photo Of The Day By Sebastiano Massimino

Photo By Sebastiano Massimino Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Playa Alicia Sunset Before the Storm” by Sebastiano Massimino. Location: Dominican Republic, North Coast. Camera: PENTAX 645Z. See more of Sebastiano Massimino’s photography at www.chameleoncreativearts.com. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have …

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10 Wonderful Wildlife Photos

Explore the wildlife of the world with some of our favorite photos from the pages of Outdoor Photographer! Love wildlife photography? Subscribe to our monthly newsletter to receive wildlife photography tips, techniques and stories delivered right to your inbox! 1. Now You See Me … An eastern screech owl in …

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The Profound Emotional Underpinnings Behind the Iconic Pink Floyd Album ‘Wish You Were Here’

YouTuber Polyphonic took a look at the iconic Pink Floyd album “Wish You Were Here“, noting the profound impact that Syd Barrett‘s departure due to mental illness had on the individual members and on the band as a whole, as reflected in the song “Shine On You Crazy Diamond“. Also …

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The Third Edition of the Fantastically Creepy Holiday Print ‘Presents Opening Children’ by Rob Sheridan

In 2007, we wrote about a fantastically creepy holiday illustration by artist Rob Sheridan entitled “Presents Opening Children” (firetruck). Since that time, Sheridan put out a second edition (robot) of the print in 2010 and has now released a third edition (train) just in time for Christmas 2017. This edition …

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Cute Little Kittens Playfully Pose Alongside Their Adorably Matching Bunny Counterparts

A post shared by Adorable Animals (@warren_photographic) on Jul 13, 2016 at 7:51am PDT In an adorable photo series by Warren Photography entitled Pet Brothers From Other Mothers, sweet little kittens playfully pose alongside their adorably matching bunny counterparts. While the kittens demonstrated an array of emotions, be it sleepy, …

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Model Airplane Designer Builds Homemade Electric Ultralight Airplane and Flies It Around Dayton, Ohio

Dayton, Ohio model airplane designer Peter Sripol has taken his skills to the next level of awesome by building his own manned electric ultralight airplane in his garage. Sripol, who built the plane out of insulation foam and a wooden frame covered in fiberglass, demonstrated that is works by successfully …

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Different Times of Day Reflected Simultaneously In Timelapse With Breathtaking Views of NYC Skyline

While filming New York City’s iconic skyline, Boston photographer Julian Tryba had the unique opportunity to capture the city during different times of the day, which allowed him to create “NYC Layer-Lapse”, a short timelapse film made from footage that doesn’t follow chronological time, but rather splits and layers it …

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