6 Photos that will tickle your funny bone to the max thanks to perfect timing

Since most of our articles are serious or informative in nature, We thought to lighten the mood in this new year and have brought for you, 6 well timed photos that will definitely tickle your funny bones to the max and fill you with happiness.

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10 Illustrations that show the extreme downfall of our modern society

The modern world is like one large spider web with us humans trapped in our own progress of technology. Gone are the days of spending quiet walks in the countryside. We are more like one large endless GIF loop committed to mundane existence.

But take a while to ponder over how reliant you are on this chaotic world and you’ll understand the humor behind the concept of artist Steve Cutts comical drawings of modern apocalypse.
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A photographer creates a haunting art piece using an old dress and the Dead Sea. See for yourself

The Dead Sea bordered by Israel, Jordan and Palestine is one of the world’s saltiest bodies of water. It is 9.6 times more salty than the ocean itself and you must have seen photos of people floating on the surface of water, as it is impossible to drown in the lake due to the salinity level of the water body. It has been mentioned in the Bible and a tourist attraction since Roman times. One Israeli artist decided to use the salty body of water to create a art piece that has the world talking about. See for yourself.
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This artist adds color to Photographs from history and the results are absolutely stunning

Imagery in the mind is processed by human emotion where the past remains locked within the human psyche.

Photographs to that effect, conjure up the same emotional feelings helping us to not just watch but rather feel the memories of the past. But what happens when photographs are blurred with unrealistic colors or black and white?

While black and white images are considered unique and vintage, they mask the true experience of history. This is what Artist Marina Amaral seeks to correct by adding color to amazing photographs from history.
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10 Epic photo-ops with statues

Statues and sculptures are important structures for humanity. They are the reminders of some very significant historic events and lets us celebrate those events in order to remember those important things.

Statues are awesomely artistic, gorgeous and they bring a sense of beauty to the place and it also becomes a noteworthy milestone in the city, town or village. But sometimes art can also be a bit weird. Also people have a habit of posing with such statues that make a great photo. Here are such 10 such people who saw a great opportunity to have fun with such statues.
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Stunning surreal photo manipulations will make you put your thinking caps on

Creative people have a knack to be different, and they are never settled in their minds, because they constantly look for different ways to stun the world with their work. One such person is a Moroccan photographer and filmmaker, Achraf Baznani, who creates amazing photographs while carrying on the traditions of Surrealism. Although he has not received any formal training in photography, but his works are filled with imagination, impractical imagery and even wild scenarios about life in the digital age. He creates photos with small human figures-often posing himself as the model, and creates mind-boggling effects wherein sometimes he gets himself trapped in balloons or bulb. Achraf uses Photoshop CS4 to create these mind-blowing effects, he says he learnt all of this by himself by studying for hours through the online tutorials. He categorizes his art as “Conceptual Photography’, where he intends to give out a message with his photographs. Enough said, let us show you some of his masterpieces.
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10 One-Letter Place Names – Find Out Where They Are

10 One-Letter Place Names – Find Out Where They Are

It is not hard to skip through this fact that place names, as applicable to words, also possess their own meanings, histories, and etymologies. Of a very good example is Paris. Paris was named after Parisian- one age long European tribe. In the same manner, Dublin arises from that Irish dubh linn, which literarily implies black pool. Tokyo is not left behind, it means eastern capital. For Chicago, it probably refers to something like say “the wild onions’ place,” better put “the skunk place.”

Simply due to the fact that these place names are so frequently used, they seem to simplify naturally as time pass by, therefore becoming so considerably easier, shorter and faster to pronounce when compared with their original forms. But some place names just like the ten discussed in this write-up take succinctness to the extreme.
The ten places are discussed here all beer names comprising only one letter. Check them out

1. Å in Norway:

Actually, there are quite a number of different locations called “Å” across Scandinavia, whereas “Å” (pronounced seemingly the same as double o “oo” in the word “door”) is just one in Lofoten Islands, northern Norway. They all take their names from same root source: “å” in many dialects and languages of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden, means either “stream” or “creek” and is a distant cousin of aqua (Latin word for water), etymologically.

A Letter
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2. D in Oregon:

The river “D” flows westwards from the Devils Lake in Lincoln County, Oregon into the Pacific Ocean- just 120ft away at high tide. The river “D” is considered by several as the shortest named in the globe (this was once contested by the Roe River in the central Montana), without a name until as late as 1940, this was when its present day name was picked as part of a local competition. The Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce then thought it wise and appropriate enough to give this shortest river throughout the globe the shortest name possible.

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3. E in Scotland:

The “E” is such a barely short, and also shallow river in the far north of Scotland, flowing 6miles from Monadhliath Mountains in the Highlands of Scottish into the Loch Mhòr nearby, laying parallel to its neighbour- Loch Ness. Loch Ness is considered larger than Loch Mhòr. Despite the “E”’s origin as named is quite debatable, it is, however, likely to be an offspring of either an island- ey, or the Norse word for a stream (river)- á.

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E in Scotland

4. L in Nebraska:

There glaringly exist two different lakes in Nebraska called “L”, with both so named as a result of their sharp right-angled shape.

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5. O in England:

The “O” is that small tributary of River Dart, which flows across the Devon’s Dartmoor region in southeast England. Ocbroke was apparently The “O”’s original name, with meaning- “oak brook”. Despite that, another history made available claims that it was initially called “Wo,” probably taking its name from an Old English word woh, which means “crooked” or otherwise “twisted.” Whatever may be its origin, local legend says the valley The “O” flows through was once a habitat to an unnamed dragon.

6. Ö in Sweden:

Pronounced just like the vowel in a purse, “Ö” is a very small Island village in Ånge, a region of central Sweden. The population of “Ö” as at 2010 was 58! “Ö” despite not being surrounded by water, the name literally means “island” in Danish and Swedish.

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ö is island in swedish

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7. Ø in Denmark:

The “Ø” is a hill in eastern Jutland, mainland peninsula of Denmark. Now, just like “Ö”, despite the fact that “Ø” is not being surrounded by water, the name literally means “island” in Danish and Swedish.

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Ø in Denmark

8. U in Micronesia:

“U” is a Pacific Ocean island in the Federated States of Micronesia that is lying about 1000miles southeast of Guam. It is the name of the second smallest of the six districts of Pohnpei. And it is pronounced like the “uh” vowel in a bug, “U” is derived from one local Pohnpeian word which means “tide.”

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9. Y in France:

Y is a commune (equivalent to the township or local district in French) about 100miles north of Paris, the Picardy region of northern France. According to the last French national census, Y is a home to just 86 people. Standing on the banks of the Somme river, Y during the First World War happened to be the site for few of the fiercest fighting on the Western Front. Beside this, it is on record that one of the largest mines in the history of the military was detonated near Y in 1916. The village’s Y Ravine Cemetery takes custody of monuments to over 400 soldiers. Y is pronounced like the short “ee,”

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Y in France

10. Y in Alaska:

“Y” just as pronounced, happened to be a place designated for the census in southern Alaska. It was so named after the Y-shaped intersection of George Parks Highway nearby and Talkeetna Spur Road. Boasting a population of 1,200 and above in 2010 made Y be the most populated one-letter place under the globe but has been renamed Susitna North long ago.

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Amazing architect of this Belgium Church will blow your mind

Amazing architect of this Belgium Church will blow your mind

Belgium is famous for its beautiful building and their architect. An architect group of Belgium, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh has built a beautiful church.

From some angles, it seems an ordinary church design. Plain and somewhat unattractive.

From some angles, it seems an ordinary church design.

Plain and somewhat unattractive.

Church 1

But, the specialty of this church is that from some angles, it gets almost invisible.

Church 2

This is the building from where you can see through

Church 3

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Belgium is famous for its beautiful building and their architect. An architect group of Belgium, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh has built a beautiful church.

From some angles, it seems an ordinary church design. Plain and somewhat unattractive.

The structure of this church offers an open view from everywhere.

Church 4

Yes, you have a perfect eyesight vision, but this building architect is brilliant.

Church 5

Best tourist dissipation For Photographs

Church 6

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Belgium is famous for its beautiful building and their architect. An architect group of Belgium, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh has built a beautiful church.

From some angles, it seems an ordinary church design. Plain and somewhat unattractive.

Looks at this Church – it is like a pretty normal see below for amazing views

Church 7

Hundreds of people visit this church and admire its architect

Church 8

It is made of steel and weighs 30 ton.

Church 9

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