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45 Times Totally Inedible Things Looked Like Delicious Food (New Pics)

   14 hours ago   |  Bored Panda

The hungrier you get, the lower your food standards become. But beware: not everything that looks tasty, is. In fact, some of the things that make you drool could clog your digestive system so bad, you'd be inhaling laxatives like air.

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20 Of The Most Iconic Photographs And The Cameras That Captured Them

   14 hours ago   |  Bored Panda

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Some pictures, however, are worth at least a million. I?m talking about photographs that nearly everyone recognizes and that will forever be etched into our shared history. Even though these legendary photos might be known by all, far from everyone knows about the superstar photographers who took them. Even less know about the cameras they used to capture history in the making. Buckle up, amigos, you?re about to become photography buffs!

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Saved by the Bell - The Surprising History of Safety Coffins

   14 hours ago   |  angiesantos0191

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Playful Illustrative Characters Span Brightly Painted Walls by Joachim

   14 hours ago   |  ThisIsColossal

Belgian street artist Joachim paints vibrant murals that look as if they were torn from the pages of a very large children’s book. His illustrative style brings humor and color to walls and structures in cities across the world. Joachim first discovered graffiti and street art as a six-year-old child in Antwerp. As an adult, he began experimenting with various styles both on walls and on canvases as a way to grow and develop his own aesthetic, separate from the work he had done in art school. More

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The World?s Largest Intact Mosaic Opens to the Public in Antakya, Turkey

   14 hours ago   |  ThisIsColossal

A 9,000 square-foot mosaic is set to open this year after its discovery nine years ago during the construction of a new hotel in Antakya, Turkey. Archaeologists at the site believe the geometric work once decorated the floor of a public building in the previous city of Antioch, one of the most important cities in the Seleucid Empire. Although vast segments of the original mosaic are still intact, others have rippled and disappeared due to a series of earthquakes in 526 and 528 A.D. More

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How I Shot a Concept Photo of an Organ Market

   14 hours ago   |  Peta Pixel

A surgeon at a meat market. It’s an absolutely simple yet ridiculous idea, so it had to be done for real! China has been harvesting organs from detainees, so maybe this absurd project of mine isn’t so far from the truth! I am very lucky to have so many great friends with massive storage units […]

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Digitizing a Reproduction 1865 Box Camera for Authentic Vintage Use

   14 hours ago   |  Peta Pixel

I’ve been involved with The Wild West Days in Viroqua, Wisconsin since 2008. I’ve been doing photography for most of that time as well, but as-of 2017, officially as Hickok Country Photography. During a 3-year span, from 2015-2017, Wild West Days had an amazing photographer for the event. Along the main stretch of the 1880s-style […]

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Sony RX 100 VI Review: It Does What Your Phone Camera Can't

   14 hours ago   |  Wired

It's small, lightweight, and has an impressive zoom. But that comes with a hefty price tag.

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The 31 Best Remaining Amazon Prime Day Deals

   14 hours ago   |  Wired

Amazon's Prime Day 2019 is over, but there are still a few lingering deals we like on headphones, laptops, cameras, and more.

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Saved by the Bell - The Surprising History of Safety Coffins

   14 hours ago   |  angiesantos0191

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