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Funny Photos of People Caught Sleeping in Libraries

Flickr user George Oates has curated an aptly titled gallery on the photo sharing website called People Sleeping in Libraries. The collection presents one hilarious image after the next of exactly what you’d expect—unknowing library-goers caught snoozing on the various couches and desks of book havens, surrounded by walls full of volumes of published text. People Sleeping in Libraries on Flickr

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Dance and Urban Exploration, the stunning photographs of Haze Kware

In line with the Dance As Art and Ballerina Project series, French photographer Haze Kware presents today his InMotion project, mixing dance, movement and urban exploration into beautiful images. Based in Strasbourg, Haze Kware photographs dancers, performers, artists, in original, unusual and atypical places of San Francisco, New York, or Paris. A project of book and exhibition is also planned for 2015. More information: Haze Kware      Images © Haze Kware 

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Beautifully Surreal Wedding Photos Show Couple Walking on Water

Though couple Ethen and Heather had their wedding in Salt Lake City, they decided to shoot their romantic newlyweds photo session at the Bonneville Salt Flats. The conditions made it a chance of a lifetime for photographer Tony Gambino who claims he had never been more excited about shooting a wedding in his entire career.   As he wrote on his website, “When Ethen & Heather approached me about doing their wedding, I was completely blown away. I have been a fan of Ethen’s work with MTV, Nitro Circus and The Godfrey Clan for a long time! Then, when I

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Intimate Portraits of Gypsies Recreated in the Style of the Old Masters

In his series The Dream Goes Over Time, Madrid-based photographer Pierre Gonnord recreates the Old Master painting style in this timeless portrait series featuring Portuguese Alentejo gypsies. Gonnord, who seeks to use art to give voices to marginalized people, frames his subjects as royal figures, and they respond with piercing, regal gazes. Many of the subjects have never been photographed before, and the pictures become defining images for them.   Pierre Gonnord’s website

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Like a Spy, He Photographs Marriage Proposals in New York City

New York City-based photographer Vlad Leto has an interesting job. The Russian native makes his living sneaking around parks, hiding in bushes, and secretly photographing people’s most intimate moments. And they love him for it. Leto is an “engagement photographer,” as he calls it. He is hired by future husbands or wives to photograph, from a distance, their marriage proposal. The photographs he takes capture the surprise and delight of the couples in their special moment for years to come. Since he began, Leto has photographed couples all over New York City and the surrounding area, from parks and bridge

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The Lovers by Lauren Fleishman

Inspired by a series of love letters written by her grandfather to her grandmother during the Second World War, the American photographer Lauren Fleishman wanted to honor them with her series called “The Lovers” featuring longtime couples in lovely scene.  

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Baby Weasel Takes A Magical Ride On Woodpecker’s Back

Though this looks like it could be a fantastic animal rendition of Jasmine’s magic carpet ride from Disney’s classic Aladdin, the photo is real and the truth behind it is somewhat more sinister. Martin Le-May, a hobby photographer in East London, took these photos of a woodpecker and a baby weasel fighting for their lives over Hornchurch Country Park. According to Le-May, he was walking in the park with his wife when they heard, and then saw, the fight unfold. When the bird flew right across them, they could see it had a small mammal on its back – and that’s

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20 Amazing Animal Photos

A baby crocodile makes an unlikely friend as a snail climbs all over its face at a crocodile farm in Tangerang in Indonesia. While the pair struck up an unusual friendship designer Kurit Afsheen managed to capture the moment. Picture: Kurit Afsheen/Solent News This leopard got itself into a prickly situation when it tried to lunch on a porcupine. The feline was resting in a tree beside a road in Kruger National Park in South Africa when the unsuspecting rodent wandered underneath it. After the leopard was injured in its initial attack, it backed off from the porcupine and then

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New Cinematic Photos by Vincent Bourilhon Depict Enchantingly Surreal Worlds

Fine art photographer Vincent Bourilhon expresses his dreams of a dynamic, vibrant world through enchantingly whimsical images.   Vincent Bourilhon’s website, Vincent Bourilhon on Flickr Vincent Bourilhon Photography on Facebook, via

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Viscous-Looking Photos of Models Completely Encased in Honey

Los Angeles-based photographer Blake Little covers the human body in honey and captures the sweet, sticky results. The series is titled Preservation, and it features images of nude or barely-clothed models that are coated from head to toe in the amber-colored liquid. This simple act seems to transform the subject from an animated figure to a sculpture frozen in place.   After pouring buckets of honey onto the models, Little allows the substance a moment to flow and dribble. The viscous goo cascades from its forms and creates long, elegant drips that both exaggerates and elongates the figures’ poses. Since

20 Extreme Tattoos

The art tattooing has been practised for centuries and was mainly used in a tribal decoration and cultural sense. In the 21st century this is still mainly the essence of a tattoo. To make a statement about yourself to others. What a 45-year-old woman with a tramp stamp or an accountant from London with a tribal tattoo are trying to say with their markings is only to be guessed at. The same can be said for these extreme tattoos.

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Shoko Tendo author of Yakuza Moon poses after an interview with Reuters in Tokyo August 28, 2007.

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