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Photo Of The Day By Julie Audet

Photo By Julie Audet Today’s Photo Of The Day is “The Break Time” by Julie Audet. “A long time shared in calm and respect,” describes Audet. “That morning, this little guy gave me a disconcerting confidence. The best reward ever.” Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, …

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Pro Results Anytime, Anywhere—Part 3

With tips such as checking your settings, simplifying your composition and modifying the light from part one, and choosing filters, using a tripod and changing your perspective from part two, you should be well on your way to shooting like a pro. The following is the final installment in the …

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Photo Of The Day By Mike Long

Photo By Mike Long Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Autumn in Southeast France” by Mike Long. Location: Parc Naturel Régional du Queyras. “Autumn color and fresh snow from Col Agnel, a high pass on the French-Italian border in southeast France, Parc Naturel Régional du Queyras,” describes Long. See more …

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Stunning Hyperrealistic Black and White Pencil Drawings That Seemingly Jump Off the Page

A post shared by ?? ?? – Kohei Ohmori (@kohei6620) on Oct 7, 2017 at 7:18am PDT Japanese artist Kohei Ohmori creates absolutely stunning black and white pencil drawings that are amazingly hyperrealistic in their execution. By paying significant attention to even the smallest of details, Ohmori is able to …

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Simon’s Cat Shows How to Celebrate Birthdays In Style Through a Series of Adorable Vignettes

With his 10th birthday coming up in a few months very festive`Simon’s Cat created a handy guide through a series of vignettes to show how to celebrate the event in style. His suggestions include treating yourself, enjoying presents, playing party games and documenting the event. Have you seen our latest …

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Photo Of The Day By Paul Smithson Phillips

Photo By Paul Smithson Phillips Today’s Photo Of The Day is “The Bend” by Paul Smithson Phillips. Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. “I took these pictures, Oxbow Bend did the rest,” says Phillips. “This is an iconic location that should be on any photographer’s bucket list. Grand Teton National …

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A 35 Year Old British Man Who Has Fashioned His Entire Life Around the Year 1946

Ben Sansum is a 35 year old man who has fashioned his entire life around the styles, technology and music of 1946. While Sansum has to put on a modern face for his job with British Airways, he always comes back to his home in Cambridgeshire, England and into the …

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Musician Serenades His Cows With an Impressive Slap Bass Solo That Makes Them Run Away

In the past we’ve posted about musicians who have serenaded shy but appreciative cows who leaned in close to enjoy the music. Unfortunately, Danny Sapko, an extremely talented bass player, didn’t have that same experience. In fact, his impressive slap bass solo just sent the cattle running away in the …

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Mirror, A Short Colorful Film Juxtaposing Similarly Shaped, Yet Otherwise Completely Unrelated Items

Grazia Pompeo and Fulvio Pucciarelli of Tanello Production have created “Mirror“, a short, colorful film that juxtaposes items that are very similar in shape, but are otherwise completely unrelated to one another. As often it happens in nature all is apparently different but essentially the basic shapes are repeated with …

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Artist Creates Amusing Comics Based on Everyday Moments of Life With His Wife

A post shared by Yehuda Devir official (@jude_devir) on Dec 30, 2016 at 3:36am PST One of Those Days is an amusing series of comics, created by artist Yehuda Devir, that are based on everyday moments of life with his wife Maya. Devir’s comics are available to view on Instagram …

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