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Faces Found In Places & Everyday Objects

Faces in Places & Everyday Objects

A photographic collection of faces found in everyday places. Ever get the feeling you’re being watched? Jody Smith’s incredible blog Faces in Places shows just how many expressions can be found in everyday objects and locations.

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Baby Chameleon Out For Hunting

Baby Chameleon Out For Hunting

The photo has been taken while baby chameleon was covered himself with dry leafs for hunting. baby chameleon took a shot to spider from his secret place. Taking this kind of shots only possible by using your cameras serial shooter.

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Cute Cats Caught In The Act

Cats Caught In The Act

Cats are very smart animals, but sometime they are not very good at covering their acts and get caught in awkward situations. Here are some hilarious photos of cats caught in the act.

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Carnival Paper Sculptures

Carnival Paper Sculpture

Designer and art director, Carlos Meira , from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil has great interest and focus on illustration, more specifically, paper sculpture. He is giving tribute to the members of the Rio de Janeiro Samba Schools by creating wonderful carnival paper sculptures.

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Man Served As Human Chair For Elderly Woman

Man Served As Human Chair For Elderly Woman Stuck in Elevator

Cesar Larios, a moving company worker, helped out an elderly woman in need by serving as a human chair for her when they stuck in elevator and the woman could not stand for longer periods.

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Cake Wrecks: When Professional Cakes Go Horribly Wrong

Professional Cakes Go Wrong

Cake Wrecks is a blog that collects examples of really bad professional cakes. Jen, who runs the blog, explains the concept as follows: “A Cake Wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate – you name it. A Wreck is not necessarily a poorly-made cake; it’s simply one I find funny, for any of a number of reasons”.

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