Breakfast Mugshots: Creative Dad Turns His Kids Into Superheroes
Creative father Lance Curran turns his kids into morning superheroes, by holding a well-placed coffee mug over their faces. The resulting photos make it look like Captain America, or the Joker are sitting down for a bit of breakfast. He then posts this “Breakfast Mugshot”…
Polar Bear Waves Hello
“It was a surreal experience to be in the presence of these magnificent creatures,” writes Laura Keene of photographing this seemingly approachable pair of bears in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Keene says they stood and appeared to wave in greeting when a nearby pair…
Kids Can Fall Asleep Anywhere
Babies and children have the great ability to sleep any time any where. Previously featured how a super-talented mother like Queenie Liao turned her sleeping baby into magical works of art but our little ones are not so choosy when it comes to sleeping. They…
Couple Takes Newborn Photos With Their Dog
A common question often posed towards couples is, “So, when are you having kids?” While it can be an irritating inquiry, one couple, Matt Kay & Abby Lee, found a hilarious way to deflect the issue by doing a newborn baby shoot, but with their…
Beautiful Living Tomato Ripeness Chart
Reddit user Iwatt shared this beautiful photo of Tomatoes with the different level of ripeness. It is not clear how this beautiful full spectrum of tomatoes made, may be some science is there, but just looking at them is really pleasing.
Fox Spotted Sleeping On First Floor Balcony In Notting Hill
The fox was spotted sleeping on the first floor balcony in Notting Hill, London. It was spotted and photographed by author and editor Rachel Johnson, the sister of Mayor Boris, who lives nearby.
Children Sculptures Made From Books To Recruit School Librarians
Unique children sculptures made from books created to promote the benefits of reading. The Yokahama City Board of Education launched this creative ad campaign seeking to recruit school librarians have a love of books and can pass that onto their students.