Thursday, February 4, 2016

Stunning Macros Reveal Stories of Tiny Snails

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These spectacular photographs reveal the amazingly tiny details of the life of snails. Using a macro approach, Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko gets up close and personal to capture a variety of miniature landscapes as the little creatures go about their daily lives. Read more directly from the source. In addition to snails, Mishchenko is interested in all kinds of creatures and you can check out more of his work on his website

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

What It Is Like To Be a First Time Mom (15 pics)

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These drawings are a glimpse into a life of Lucy Scott after she became mom for the first time in 2012.
Nothing prepared her for this... I think a lot of first time mothers can relate to this.

The Last Motorcycle Graveyard (19 Pics)

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This story starts with a motorcycle enthusiast named David Cuff who came across someone’s Flickr account that contained a collection of mystifying photographs showing a forgotten army of motorcycles abandoned in an unknown warehouse. Cuff set out on a mission to find the motorcycle graveyard and thanks to a random information about the location on a sport bike forum, David and his friends discovered the exact location of the rusty graveyard – 71 Gooding Street, the City of Lockport, Niagara County, New York.

He was determined to visit the motorcycle graveyard, if it was indeed still there, take pictures, hopefully even purchase an old bike. He organised a trip with his friends and they hit the road heading nine hours north to the town of Lockport, New York, to find out if the place was truly the rusty vintage bike heaven the message boards had made it out to be.

The place was known as the Motorcycle Graveyard of Lockport. From the early 1970’s, the building on Gooding Street became the headquarters for this growing business. The company was established by Kohls Cycle Sales after collecting over 50 years worth of motorcycles and related parts. Around 1997 Kohl sold the building and motorcycles to a man named Frank Murrell, and Frank operated the business as Kohl’s Cycle Salvage which sold parts off of the hundreds of motorcycles.

“The building with the alleged motorcycles is within eye sight of the canal lock,” describes David of the moment he first eyed the warehouse. “We hung out by the lock for a little while watching boats being raised and lowered. I was getting a feel for the area and casing the building like a bank robber.”

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Guy Builds Igloo in Brooklyn and Lists on Airbnb for $200 a Night

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For the past week, “Snowmageddon” has wreaked havoc on the United States’ east coast, hammering the area with record snowfalls and shutting down cities and towns across the region.
While the storm has brought cities to a halt, it has not dampened peoples’ creative and entrepreneurial spirits. In Brooklyn, New York, resident Patrick M. Horton decided to build an igloo in his backyard, posting his ‘cool space’ on Airbnb for US$200 a night.

Dude Learns the Hard Way Not to Cheat on His Girlfriend and Then Ask for His Stuff Back (18 pics)

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

10 Movies with Incredibly Big Budgets (10 pics)

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India: A Land Of Contrasts (44 pics)

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