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Samurai commiting seppuku (hara-kiri) in Japan, circa 1880. (Photo by adoc-photos/Corbis via Getty Images)

Samurai commiting seppuku (hara-kiri) in Japan, circa 1880. (Photo by adoc-photos/Corbis via Getty Images)
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27 Jan 2017 10:43:00
Team Strong Silvers member Ngai Hin Kwok, 66, works out as teammate Ng Siu Chi, 57, watches at a stadium in Singapore March 15, 2015. Team Strong Silvers, is a group of senior citizens who train in calisthenics. The trio trains individually at least three times a week, and meets up for joint calisthenics at least twice a month. (Photo by Edgar Su/Reuters)

Team Strong Silvers member Ngai Hin Kwok, 66, works out as teammate Ng Siu Chi, 57, watches at a stadium in Singapore March 15, 2015. Team Strong Silvers, is a group of senior citizens who train in calisthenics. The trio trains individually at least three times a week, and meets up for joint calisthenics at least twice a month. (Photo by Edgar Su/Reuters)
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16 Mar 2015 10:25:00
Guitar-Shaped Forest In Argentina By Pedro Martin Ureta

In the remote Argentine Pampas you can find an incredible forest formed in the shape of a guitar. More than 35 years ago, Pedro Ureta unexpectedly lost his wife to a brain aneurysm. Devastated by the loss of his love, he decided to create a shrine to her memory in their field that could only be seen above-head from an airplane. Ureta chose a guitar because it was his late wife’s most loved instrument.

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16 Oct 2014 20:32:00
Rick Kelly, owner of Carmine Street Guitars, poses for a picture at his shop in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2016. (Photo by Joe Penney/Reuters)

Rick Kelly, owner of Carmine Street Guitars, poses for a picture at his shop in New York City, U.S., July 21, 2016. Kelly builds custom guitars from the “bones of New York”, using reclaimed lumber from historic New York buildings. (Photo by Joe Penney/Reuters)
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23 Jul 2016 12:49:00
Triston surfs a wave as his father, Todd, watches in Morro Bay. “Hes the most coordinated 3-year-old I've ever seen”, says the 35-year-old captain/paramedic with the Morro Bay Fire Department. (Photo by Joe Johnston/The Tribune of San Luis Obispo)

Triston surfs a wave as his father, Todd, watches in Morro Bay. “Hes the most coordinated 3-year-old I've ever seen”, says the 35-year-old captain/paramedic with the Morro Bay Fire Department. (Photo by Joe Johnston/The Tribune of San Luis Obispo)
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06 Sep 2013 09:59:00
An Israeli policeman prevents a Palestinian man from entering the compound which houses al-Aqsa mosque, known by Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and by Jews as the Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City September 28, 2015. (Photo by Ammar Awad/Reuters)

An Israeli policeman prevents a Palestinian man from entering the compound which houses al-Aqsa mosque, known by Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and by Jews as the Temple Mount, in Jerusalem's Old City September 28, 2015. (Photo by Ammar Awad/Reuters)
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01 Oct 2015 08:00:00
Old Roller Skate Sandals

Throughout time, people invented and reinvented rollerblades. Of course everyone’s dream was to combine them with regular footwear, so that at one moment you’re riding down the road, and in 5 seconds you’re walking into a shopping mall, without the mall cop chasing after you. The most resent inventions were heelys (sneakers with a wheel located in the heels) and Xsjados (aggressive skates, the exterior of which could be removed to reveal regular sneakers). In the past, people made similar attempts, however, these inventions were very inefficient and the trend never caught on. Omnia’C has found and made photos of one of such inventions: pop out roller skate sandals all the way from 1970s. Though their design is pretty cool, it seems like they would be very uncomfortable, since they totally lack ankle support.
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02 Nov 2014 11:04:00
Redesigning Old Military Airplanes

A cemetery of disused war planes in the scorching Arizona desert has been given a new lease of life – as part of an art project.
“The Boneyard Project” resurrects disused warplanes that lie in the famous Boneyard in Arizona by letting graffiti artists paint them.
More than 30 of the world’s best urban artists worked on five ruined US Air Force jets, vividly bringing them back to life with paint and colour.
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19 Dec 2012 12:39:00