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Photo Of The Day By Tammy Neufeld

Photo By Tammy Neufeld Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Heavenlands” by Tammy Neufeld. Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. “The last rays of a November sun at the iconic Snake River Overlook in Grand Teton National Park,” describes Neufeld. “The early, cold evenings of winter are often magnificent for …

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Star Wars Cantina Band Song and Imperial March Played With a Pencil Writing a Formula on Paper

Dani Ochoa performed a brilliant cover of the Star Wars Cantina Band song just by writing a formula on a piece of paper with a pencil. She also did a similar cover of the “The Imperial March”. Make sure to turn up the volume and mute any other sounds for …

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Beautiful Watercolor Illustrations of Endangered and Vulnerable Marine and Animal Life

A post shared by Canan Esen (@nanacnese) on Feb 22, 2017 at 4:23am PST Artist Canan Esen creates absolutely beautiful watercolor portraits and illustrations of marine and animal life, many of which are considered to be threatened/endangered. Included in this category are elephants, reindeer, sperm whales, humpback whales, Orcas, and …

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How to Make a Tiny Katana Using Household Items

In March 2017, Brainfoo created an instructional video where they demonstrate how to make a tiny and very sharp katana using household items and tools. via The Awesomer How to Make a Miniature Bow and Arrow How to Make Amazing Optical Illusions Using Household Items How to Make a Ghost …

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A Creative Timelapse Video Made to Help Sell a Quirky 1978 Dodge MOWAG B300 Van

“MOWAGON” is a creative timelapse video, pieced together by Hamish Waterhouse from “millions of tiny photos taken on a Fujifilm X100T,” that takes a tour of Waterhouse and Hannah Chisnall‘s 1978 Dodge MOWAG B300 van, in order to help sell thier quirky vehicle which is currently located in Columbia. A …

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A Fiercely Determined Little Ferret Attempts to Open a Dresser Drawer Using Her Entire Body

A tenacious little ferret was so fiercely determined to open up a dresser drawer that she used every single part of her long body and a variety of different motions to make this happen. While ferret did fall off at the end, per her human, it will be there waiting …

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Behind The Shot: After The Fire

Photo By Andy Wolcott These days, people around Jackson, Wyoming, refer to it as “The Burn,” the largest wildfire in the history of Grand Teton National Park. The Berry Fire, ignited by lightning on July 25, 2016, burned for more than two months before park management filed its last report …

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Photo Of The Day By Gary Fua

Photo By Gary Fua Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Courting” by Gary Fua. Camera: Canon EOS 7D See more of Gary Fua’s photography at www.flickr.com/photos/east-wind. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website …

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Musician Plays Each Role of the Multi-Track Pink Floyd Song ‘Money’ With Just an Acoustic Guitar

Musician Jon Hart performs amazing fingerstyle covers of multi-track songs with just himself and his guitar. Amongst the songs he’s covered are “Money” by Pink Floyd, “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac, “Bittersweet Symphony” by The Verve and “Three Little Birds/One Love” by Bob Marley. Hart amazingly covers each instrumental role …

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How the Substitution of Familiar Sounds for Those That Are Unfamiliar Creates a Foreign Accent

In a nuanced episode of their incredibly informative whiteboard series for Mental Floss, linguist Arika Okrent and illustrator Sean O’Neill verbally and visually explain how a non-native speaker of any language may have difficulty speaking that language without an accent because they don’t having the right set of sounds within …

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