We travel for different reasons. Some break free from the stress brought by work, while others catch up with family and friends based somewhere else.
And of course, there are those who fly miles just to get something posted on Instagram. See, anyone who travels these days almost always takes photos, because, why not?
Every summer in Japan, fireflies congregate in the forests searching for a mate. A number of Japanese photographers have captured the beautiful scenery these bugs create. Check out some of the photos below compiled by Bored Panda.
A Twitter account has been exploding in popularity after putting out what looks like a normal photo of Adele, until you turn the photo upside down. As you can see, the image is actually just an optical illusion.
The twitter account, @turnyourphone has also tweeted out other photos of celebrities using the same illusion.
Can you tell the difference between owls and a cat? You might be surprised then by how hard it is spot the cat amongst a group of owls in a new viral illustration.
The illustration was drawn by Budapest-based artist Gergely “Dudolf” Dudás and is a follow-up to another illustration he shared earlier this month that had netizens pulling out their magnifying glasses to find a panda hidden amongst snowmen. That illustration has since been shared over 182,000 times on Facebook.
A Youtuber has taken the culinary art of cake baking to a new level.
Her creations have no resemblance to baked goods whatsoever and are nothing less than incredible.
Back in 1991, London-based photographer Zed Nelson had a cool idea for a photo project he calls “The Family.” He wrote on his website:
“I began this project twenty-two years ago. The wife of a friend was nine months pregnant, and I had an idea – based on time-lapse photography – to photograph them together, on the same day every year, forever. I planned the shoots in a formal, almost scientific way. Every year, at the same time, against the same backdrop, under the same lighting. This way there are no distractions, only the miracle of growth and the changes of time and age.”
Mirror, mirror, on the wall, who is the frailest one of all?
A newly invented smart mirror equipped with a face-scanning gadget can give you the answer to that question.
Colin Furze is a British engineer and inventor known for creating cool shit and posting it on his Youtube channel. One of his more well-known works are working retractable Wolverine claws.
The above puzzle has recently appear on an elementary school entrance example in Hong Kong. While 6-year-olds in Hong Kong can reportedly solve it in 20 seconds, it’s completely stumping adults.
The logic puzzle was created two decades ago by puzzle author David Bodycombe after he saw a car park in Portugal, according to The Guardian.
Elora Hardy is the daughter of John Hardy, a successful jewelry designer from Canada. She was raised in Bali, Indonesia and spent 14 years of her life growing up in the United States. After receiving a degree in fine arts, she went to New York City and carved out a successful career in the fashion industry.
In 2010, Hardy quit her job to pursue something she has always had a passion for: building sustainable structures out of bamboo. She returned to her hometown of Bali to do just that.
According to graphologists — those that analyze handwriting in the belief that they can discern a person’s traits and characteristics from it — a person’s signature can disclose a lot about who they are and how they want the world to perceive them.
In a show of appreciation for the dying art of the handwritten signature, Myprint247 analyzed the signatures of 25 prominent tech entrepreneurs, including Apple CEO Tim Cook and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, in order to create a rather interesting infographic.
Have you ever had that moment when you’re tying your shoes and noticed the extra holes on top? What are they used for exactly? Illumiseen, an online retail store that sells LED safety products, recently uploaded a video solving the mystery. Watch the video above!