Magical Europe - Timelapse. By Stan Chang. This is stunning, I especially love all the images at night - the stars are incredible.
Paintings on copper penny by Jacqueline Lou Skaggs
Gorgeous Mosaic Staircase in San Francisco by the the other Martin Taylor via DeMilked: The 16th Avenue Tiled Steps project has been a neighborhood effort to create a beautiful mosaic running up the risers of the 163 steps located at 16th and Moraga in San Francisco. #Staircase #Mosaic #San_Francisco
A Mother Lets Her 4-Year-Old Finish Her Drawings. She Never Thought It Would Lead To This.
On the Road: Photographer proves strangers are friends you haven't met yet - this is very very cool! "he shows us humanity as it could be, as most of us wish it could be, and as it was at least for this one fleeting moment in time"
What A Week Of Groceries Looks Like Around The World - very interesting
9 Photos of Grisly Vintage Crime Scenes on Today's NYC Streets
▶ Opus in the Creek KroaKING Season 4 Finale - Vineeth Vincent - YouTube -This is amazing!
We Can't Stop - Vintage 1950's Doo Wop Miley Cyrus Cover ft. The Tee - Tones - YouTube
▶ Teenaged boy wonders play bluegrass - YouTube "Sleepy Man Banjo Boys" They are so good!!
You've Never Heard Of Her, But She's Basically One Of The Most Important Women In Movie History- Alice Guy-Blanche
Ozell Williams - YouTube - crazy cool gymnastics
Attraction Perform Their Stunning Shadow Act- Week 1 of Britain's Got Talent youtu.be/a4Fv98jttYA
Isaac Cordal continues to produce unique, and creative ways at approaching street art. His small interventions in the big city series featured miniature characters placed on urban streets. In this series, Cement Bleak, Isaac takes kitchen strainers, sculpts human faces into the mesh, and inserts them into the ground. As sunlight or streetlights shines through the strainers, they cast a shadow portrait on the sidewalk. (via)
Azadeh Akhlaghi's "By an Eye Witness" photography series stages re-creations of major Iranian events, based on eyewitness accounts and archival material. On December 7, 1953, which later became the day Iran observes “Students’ Day” three Tehran University students were called after staging a protest of the visit of then US Vice-President, Richard Nixon. (Azadeh Akhlaghi)
Azadeh Aklhaghi’s “By an Eye Witness” provides an experience that accomplishes something increasingly rare in the Islamic Republic, which is unifying Iranians around a common theme, in this case many of the tragic deaths in the country’s modern history. The project is even more compelling in that no photographs of these particular events, or the scenes that surrounded them, were taken at the time. Each image in the series of 19 photos is a reenactment of an event, painstakingly reconstructed.