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Every man looks better with a beard. Here's proof.
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06 Dec 2013 11:34:00
July 23, 2013 – Kampala, Uganda. Helene and Diana train daily more than 2.5 hours by Innocent Kapalata, a passionate and ambitious former boxer. Amidst the shanty homes a group of ambitious fighters are trying to reach for a better life. (Photo by Peter Bauza/ZUMA Press/VISUAL Press)

July 23, 2013 – Kampala, Uganda. Helene and Diana train daily more than 2.5 hours by Innocent Kapalata, a passionate and ambitious former boxer. Amidst the shanty homes a group of ambitious fighters are trying to reach for a better life. (Photo by Peter Bauza/ZUMA Press/VISUAL Press)
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30 Jul 2014 11:06:00
Photographer uses pinhole camera in his mouth to capture photos around the world. The 52-year-old Justin Quinnell, who lives in Bristol, is known for his eye-catching photographs taken from a unique angle – right inside his mouth. (Photo by Justin Quinnell/Rex Features)

Photographer uses pinhole camera in his mouth to capture photos around the world. The 52-year-old Justin Quinnell, who lives in Bristol, is known for his eye-catching photographs taken from a unique angle – right inside his mouth. (Photo by Justin Quinnell/Rex Features)
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17 Aug 2014 08:31:00
A NASA Engineer Builds A Better Halloween Costume

Two years ago, Mark Rober was an engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, part of a team that worked on the Curiosity rover. For Halloween, he strapped an iPad to his chest and another to his back. Then he turned them on and used the devices’ cameras and screens to make it appear as if he had a gaping hole in the middle of his torso. (Photo By Mark Rober)
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15 Oct 2014 17:16:00
 You Better Buy Her Some Flowers Ads 123Fleurs

French online florist 123Fleurs.com is promoting its speed of delivery with a series of print advertisements showing scenarios that could do flowers right now. Get online and order those flowers to avoid destruction of your favourite matchstick model ship, your wine cellar and your motorbike.
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30 Nov 2013 11:51:00
In this August 17, 2016, photo, from left to right, Chhering Chodom, 60, Tashi Yangzom, 50, Lobsang Chhering, 27, and Dorje Tandup, 58, drink milk tea on the side of the road. For centuries, the sleepy valley nestled in the Indian Himalayas remained a hidden Buddhist enclave forbidden to outsiders. Enduring the harsh year-round conditions of the high mountain desert, the people of Spiti Valley lived by a simple communal code – share the Earth's bounty, be hospitable to neighbors, and eschew greed and temptation at all turns. That's all starting to change, for better or worse. Since India began allowing its own citizens as well as outsiders to visit the valley in the early 1990s, tourism and trade have boomed. And the marks of modernization, such as solar panels, asphalt roads and concrete buildings, have begun to appear around some of the villages that dot the remote landscape at altitudes above 4,000 meters (13,000 feet). (Photo by Thomas Cytrynowicz/AP Photo)

In this August 17, 2016, photo, from left to right, Chhering Chodom, 60, Tashi Yangzom, 50, Lobsang Chhering, 27, and Dorje Tandup, 58, drink milk tea on the side of the road. For centuries, the sleepy valley nestled in the Indian Himalayas remained a hidden Buddhist enclave forbidden to outsiders. Enduring the harsh year-round conditions of the high mountain desert, the people of Spiti Valley lived by a simple communal code – share the Earth's bounty, be hospitable to neighbors, and eschew greed and temptation at all turns. That's all starting to change, for better or worse. (Photo by Thomas Cytrynowicz/AP Photo)
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15 Sep 2016 09:22:00
Mateo Santiago, Field Manager at Tropical Bamboo Nursery and Gardens, photographs rain water collecting in the corpse flower as Garden Manager Melanie Benson steadies a ladder. Santiago crinkled his nose up distastefully when he described its odor, which was at its worse Sunday night. “It smelled like a dead rat”. (Photo by Melanie Bell/Palm Beach Daily News)

Mateo Santiago, Field Manager at Tropical Bamboo Nursery and Gardens, photographs rain water collecting in the corpse flower as Garden Manager Melanie Benson steadies a ladder. Santiago crinkled his nose up distastefully when he described its odor, which was at its worse Sunday night. “It smelled like a dead rat”. (Photo by Melanie Bell/Palm Beach Daily News)
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23 Jul 2014 09:56:00
“There's No Better Fantasy Than Life Itself”. New York, 2010. (Photo by Sion Fullana)

“There's No Better Fantasy Than Life Itself”. New York, 2010. (Photo and caption by Sion Fullana)
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02 Oct 2013 11:39:00