Just a selection of great pictures of nature, awesome photos of cities and deserts, beautiful creatures and unusual light effects found online.
Ready for a new collection of hilarious commixed pictures? Famous characters, new and unexpected situations and well-turned comments. The combination makes a good laugh!
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Based on senior pictures students create nowadays, you can understand their dreams and hopes. I bet photographers keep some of the following pictures for their own records ;)
This is probably one of the most beautiful atmosphere phenomena. Light pillars can be observed in cities with many different colorful light sources. The main requirements needed for light pillars to appear are low temperature (at least 20 C below zero), wind absence and a big number of ice crystals in the atmosphere. Ice crystals should be plate shaped. They float in the air close to the ground reflecting light back downwards. The whole scene looks beautiful and fantastic.
It's been a really long time since I've posted pictures that you sent us.
Sorry for such a big delay, I just didn't have time to do it.
At least now there's quite a big collection for your pleasure ;)
Thanks a lot to all of you ))
So, don't hesitate to submit your pictures, videos or games, we will always post them on the site if they are fresh, funny and interesting.
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P.S. I have 250 of your letters in total. I will try to publish a new compilation every day or at least a couple times a week. Don't worry if you don't see your photos in this collection, it means that they will be in the next one. So check out the site more often! )
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Mississippi, Kentucky and Tennessee suffered from the most significant floods in the last 20 years. This was the result of torrential rains on May 1-2, 2010. Some areas received 17 inches of rain. 24 deaths were recorded. Record crests were observed on several rivers and springs. Downtown Nashville (Tennessee) disappeared under the water. Many people were evacuated.
Now people are coming back to their homes, starting repairing and eliminating flood consequences.
Have you ever thought about using Polaroids in your pictures? You can get a very creative photo if you do so. Wanna take a look at some cool examples?
Kenny Easterday is a 35-year-old American man born with a rare disease (sacral agenesis) that prevents his spine from growing correctly. Doctors amputated his legs when he was a baby to use his shinbone for completing his underdeveloped spine.
Kenny never liked wheelchairs and refused to wear prosthetic legs, so he learned with his dad to walk on his hands and to move with a skateboard.
As many other men, he enjoys sports (especially bowling and pool), has a job and has found his sweetheart, Nicky, with whom he raises her two kids.
Nicky got pregnant when she started to date Kenny 7 years ago, so they made a test to know for sure if he’s the real father. They’re waiting for the results…
Kenny’s unbelievable story is filmed for the new documentary “The Man with Half a Body” that appeared yesterday on TLC.
See more pictures and an extract of the documentary inside the post…