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Cleaning The Dead – When Death Doesn’t Mean Goodbye

Cleaning The Dead - When Death Doesn't Mean Goodbye

For the Torajan people of Indonesia, death is part of a spiritual journey: families keep the mummified remains of their deceased relatives in their homes for years – and traditionally invite them to join for lunch on a daily basis – before they are eventually buried. Even them, they are regularly exhumed to be cleaned and cared for.

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View From Above

Uprooted Tress - View From Above

The aerial view shows three uprooted trees at a road near Hildesheim, Germany. Seven people died Thursday as high winds knocked over trees and caused widespread travel chaos in northern Germany.

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Smoothie Bowl Food Art Illustrations

Smoothie Bowl Food Art

Malaysian artist Hazel Zakariya wow us with her unconventional visuals; rather than a canvas, she “paints” striking scenes across her smoothie bowls. From unicorns and hummingbirds to Frida Kahlo and a dance scene from “La La Land,” her breakfast bowls might have you rethinking what it means to play with your food.

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Infant-care Training Course

Infant-Care Training

People participate in a free infant-care training course using model babies in Haikou, China.

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Doctor Sculpts Rice into Colorful Characters

Rice Sculptures

Amazingly cute & creative rice balls shaped to look like adorable characters from cartoons. Beautiful rice sculptures made by Thailand-based doctor & food artist Nawaporn Pax Piewpun (aka Peaceloving Pax). By profession a doctor and an amateur food artist creates cute food art as a hobby. Despite of busy schedule the passionate artist always find times to do what he/she really love.

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