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The door to hell. (Photo by William Keeping/Caters News)

“These are the astonishing images of the very aptly named door to hell, a fiery crater thats baffled scientist and has been flaming away for more than 40 years. The crater is 230-feet wide and situated near Derweze village in Turkmenistan”. – Caters News. (Photo by William Keeping/Caters News)
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07 Mar 2014 12:08:00
A participant takes part in the Bristol Park and Slide project, an interactive temporary  installation by artist Luke Jerram set up in Park Street in the centre of Bristol, southwest England on May 4, 2014. Over 95,000 people applied for just 360 tickets to slide on inflatable lilos down a lubricated water slide in a town centre street. (Photo by Leon Neal/AFP Photo)

A participant takes part in the Bristol Park and Slide project, an interactive temporary installation by artist Luke Jerram set up in Park Street in the centre of Bristol, southwest England on May 4, 2014. Over 95,000 people applied for just 360 tickets to slide on inflatable lilos down a lubricated water slide in a town centre street. (Photo by Leon Neal/AFP Photo)
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07 May 2014 09:31:00
People sliding down a water slide. (Photo by Krista Long)

Krista Long began snapping pics of people sliding down a water slide after many visits to the local water park with her tween daughters. The result is an action-packed series that show emotions ranging, she says, “from pure joy to fear, in anticipation of the inevitable splash-down!” (Photo by Krista Long)
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24 Jul 2014 13:12:00
A photo taken from the collection of D.Thornton, who served in the First Air Cavalry division of the United States Army. (Photo by D.Thornton/The Vietnam Slide Project)

The Vietnam Slide Project was created by photo editor Kendra Rennick, who began collecting photo slides after a close friend lost her father, a Vietnam veteran. Her friend found a box of slides that her father had taken while in Vietnam and from there Rennick has continued to collect photographs that Vietnam veterans took during their tours of duty. Here: A photo taken from the collection of D.Thornton, who served in the First Air Cavalry division of the United States Army. (Photo by D.Thornton/The Vietnam Slide Project)

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18 Jun 2016 12:21:00


Klemens Torggler's door is an invention based on rotating squares, The special construction makes it possible to move the door sideways without the use of tracks. This technical trick opens up new applications for the door.
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12 Mar 2014 23:59:00
A man wearing a Guy Fawkes mask enjoys a ride on a 350-meter (1148 feet) long water slide during 2015 City Silde Festa in central Seoul, South Korea, July 19, 2015. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)

A man wearing a Guy Fawkes mask enjoys a ride on a 350-meter (1148 feet) long water slide during 2015 City Silde Festa in central Seoul, South Korea, July 19, 2015. A 350 meter-long waterslide has been installed in downtown of Seoul, the longest waterslide to be recorded in Korea, according to local media. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)
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20 Jul 2015 09:45:00
Margate Sliding House Created By Artist Alex Chinneck

British designer Alex Chinneck created the installation - called From the Knees of my Nose to the Belly of my Toes - by removing the facade of a detached four-storey house that had been derelict for eleven years and replacing it with a brand new frontage that leaves the crumbling top storey exposed, then curves outwards so the bottom section lies flat in front of the house.
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11 Oct 2013 10:20:00
Tourists visit the Corral Canyon Cave in Malibu, Calif., Friday, May, 6, 2016. The cave, better known by the misleading moniker “Jim Morrison Cave” is now closed to the public until further notice. Large crowds have shown up on a daily basis to see the often vandalized cave and in some cases add to the vandalism with graffiti of their own. (Photo by Damian Dovarganes/AP Photo)

Tourists visit the Corral Canyon Cave in Malibu, Calif., Friday, May, 6, 2016. The cave, better known by the misleading moniker “Jim Morrison Cave” is now closed to the public until further notice. Large crowds have shown up on a daily basis to see the often vandalized cave and in some cases add to the vandalism with graffiti of their own. (Photo by Damian Dovarganes/AP Photo)
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07 May 2016 12:43:00