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This Vietnamese Tattoo Artist Helps People Regain Confidence With Her Beautiful Scar Cover-Ups (20 Pics)

There are multiple reasons why people choose to get tattoos. And while some get inked because they like the aesthetic look, others use tattoos as a means to regain their confidence by covering up scars or birthmarks. Vietnamese tattoo artist Ncog is out there to help these people and has been doing so for over 10 years.

In a recent interview with Bored Panda, the artist said that she’s very passionate about tattooing over scars, burns, and other imperfections. She believes that a well-made tattoo can not only change a person’s image but also help lift their confidence and overcome their insecurities. See some of Ncog’s beautiful scar cover-ups in the gallery below and if you love body art, don’t forget to check out the adorable cat tattoos we featured yesterday here!

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Vietnamese tattoo artist Ncog specializes in beautiful scar cover up tattoos

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One day, this guy just kind of figured – “I spend most of my time on the internet anyway, why not turn it into a profession?” – and he did! Now he not only gets to browse the latest cat videos and fresh memes every day but also shares them with people all over the world, making sure they stay up to date with everything that’s trending on the web. Some things that always pique his interest are old technologies, literature and all sorts of odd vintage goodness. So if you find something that’s too bizarre not to share, make sure to hit him up!

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Artist Uses Leaves And Flowers To Create Mesmerizing Bird Portraits (30 Pics)

Whether we’ve already discovered them or not, we all have our own ways of finding inner peace. For Hannah Bullen-Ryner, it comes through reconnecting with Mother Earth.

Bullen-Ryner composes beautiful birds using only natural materials found locally and no permanent fixings. Scavenging her surroundings, she puts together flowers, leaves, twigs, and berries to form delicate portraits either on the woodland floor or under one small oak. When she’s done, they last only a few moments before nature starts reclaiming them. Luckily, that brief period of time is enough for Hannah to photograph her artworks, or as she calls it, offerings to Mother Nature. Soon after, they get taken by the breeze, rearranged by the rain, or wriggled through by an insect and leave no trace behind.

The artist says she creates to share her love for nature and to soothe her soul, and you can definitely feel it in the photos of her ephemeral pieces. Continue scrolling and enjoy.

More info: Hannah Bullen-Ryner | Facebook | Instagram#1 

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Beautiful!2ReplyView more comments

Bullen-Ryner is both an artist and someone who appreciates nature, having been outdoors her whole life. “Originally a painter and photographer, I have always found art to be cathartic, a way to let it all out, a way to express what couldn’t be said,” she told Bored Panda. “Equally, I have always felt deeply connected to the Earth and to her magic and her ability to soothe a weary soul.”

“I have always struggled with anxiety and when my wife and I had twin daughters three years ago, this peaked. I would say I went into crisis, I felt like I lost myself entirely. Looking back, I was almost certainly suffering from postnatal depression and very lost. Then one day, when the girls were about 16-17 months old, I took myself off to go and simply sit in a small patch of woodland and find some calm for an hour.”#2 

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The feet are amazing. 1ReplyView more comments

That day, she made a very simple, circular formation using leaves and twigs she foraged around her, inspired by the land artists she had seen online and a desire to bond with her environment. “As I sat with the finished piece, a small muntjac deer wandered into the clearing where I was, and when we locked eyes, rather than bolting, it stayed with me happily in my presence for about 20 minutes. Afterwards, when I considered it, it felt as if I had opened a portal in the woodland that day, one that would unlock the conversation between myself and Mother Earth.”

Naturally, Bullen-Ryner has continued the dialogue and made land art as both “a way to honor Mother Earth and cope with my mental health almost daily ever since.” Though she said many people don’t understand why she makes something so temporary or how she can walk away from it once it’s complete, it is exactly these reasons that make it so sacred to her. “I get to download all the chaos from my brain, turn it into something beautiful, and walk away feeling so much lighter in my soul,” the woman explained.#3 

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Grumble O’Pug1 day ago

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“Once I started making pieces using only natural materials, I began to truly see all the little details and uniqueness of each and every plant, tree or bush. The tiny wildflowers, the wonderful array of berries, the constantly changing rainbow of color and texture. I am inspired by the forage, the excitement of not knowing what I will find that day, and never knowing what I will end up with after a creative free-flow.”

Land art is her peace, her joy, her ‘me time’, and her connection to our beautiful planet. And for every person who can’t fathom the meaning of her art, there are at least a couple who really appreciate it. “I have messages from all over the world these days from people inspired to show others what I do or try it themselves. It makes my heart full to know that people have been giving back to Mother Earth in similar ways. She deserves our utmost love, respect, appreciation, and protection,” Bullen-Ryner said.#4 

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Neil Srivatsa1 day ago

Love the petals as feathers2ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#5 

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Maria Roberts2 days ago

These have so much beautiful detail!2ReplyView more comments#6 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Beautiful owl! 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

So stylish! 1Reply#8 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Love all the colors. 1ReplyView more comments#9 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Nature is truly wonderful. 1Reply#10 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

So pretty. 1Reply#11 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Epic wings. 1ReplyView more comments#12 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Everyone deserves a friend.  1ReplyView more comments#13 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Those flower petal wings look so good. 1ReplyView more comments#14 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Adorable flock.  The berries are also a delight. 1ReplyView more comments#15 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

The shades are so cool. 1Reply#16 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

I like how this is a different perspective from the other side on birds. 1ReplyView more comments#17 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Lil’ judging birb. 1ReplyView more comments#18 

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The little daisy. 1Reply#19 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

The right one’s head is so colourful and beautiful.  1Reply#20 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Off to find some berries.  I love your creations so much. 1Reply#21 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Excuse my ignorance, but what plant is the brown patch of the eye? 1ReplyView more comments#22 

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All hail the mighty bird.  1Reply#23 

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Nice use of flowers!  They’re so pretty. 1ReplyView more comments#24 

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Rainbow Panda1 day ago

Yet another gorgeous bird created with flowers and leaves. 1Reply#25 

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I see acorns! 1ReplyView more comments#26 

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The pink flower next to this bird’s eye completes this! 1ReplyView more comments#27 

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Are those orange peels?  1Reply#28 

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Showing off your impressive wings. 1Reply#29 

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Lovely contrast. 1Reply#30 

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Rokas is a writer at Bored Panda with a BA in Communication. After working for a sculptor, he fell in love with visual storytelling and enjoys covering everything from TV shows (any Sopranos fans out there?) to photography. Throughout his years in Bored Panda, over 235 million people have read the posts he’s written, which is probably more than he could count to. Read more »

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This Journalist Shared Behind-The-Scenes Videos Of How Military Jet Fighters Are Photographed

Being a photographer isn’t just looking at things and snapping pictures. Depending on one’s focus, there could also be a lot of exploring and traveling involved. Oh, and don’t forget about all of the exciting adventures that may also happen in a photographer’s path.

Several days ago, on September 22nd, Enad-al-Otaibi, a Saudi journalist, posted on his Twitter a very unique glimpse into how exciting photography can actually be—more specifically, it was a video of what happens behind the scenes of a mid-air airplane photoshoot.

Photography’s never boring if you’re taking photos of jets mid-flight from an open military transport plane

So, the Royal Saudi Air Force had organized a photoshoot of one of its rehearsals for the 90th National Day of Saudi Arabia. Celebrated annually on September 23rd, the day commemorates the renaming of the Kingdom of Nejd and Hejaz to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

It is celebrated with folk dancing, songs, and traditional festivals amidst appropriately decorated buildings and streets, as well as people wearing green and white. And, this year, there was also a jet fighter plane performance by the Saudi Air Forces.

Journalist Enad-al-Otaibi shared behind-the-scenes videos of how military jet fighters are photographed

Photographer Ahmed Hader is seen directing and photographing the Saudi Air Force’s jet fighters

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In the videos, well-known Saudi aviation photographer Ahmed Hader was seen directing and photographing a group of jet fighters of the Royal Saudi Air Forces.

It is reported that Ahmed is photographing from a C-130 military transport aircraft. The models flying right behind him are recognized as F-15 Eagles, a Eurofighter Typhoon, and a Panavia Tornado.

The jet fighters in the photos are recognized as two F-15 Eagles, a Eurofighter Typhoon, and a Panavia Tornado

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Image credits: ENAD_Alotaibi

Throughout the videos, the jets are seen assuming various formations and performing a number of mid-air maneuvers. These include flying one after the other, beside each other (seemingly in a four-finger formation), and flying off sideways to the right of the main plane, among many other maneuvers.

As it turns out, military pilots were rehearsing their performance for Saudi National Day

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Ahmed himself is seen fastened by a harness that’s hooked up to the inside of the plane so as to ensure his safety during the flight.

The photographer was strapped up and sitting in the open Lockheed C-130 Hercules transport plane

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The original videos went viral immediately. While accumulating a modest amount of likes and retweets, the first video alone actually received over 108,000 views. The remaining 4 videos added another 16,000 views. The video was also seen going viral on Reddit and Imgur.

The footage went viral soon after posting it on Twitter, getting over 120,000 views

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Other photographers who were involved in similar projects also shared their own stories, while the rest of the internet marveled at how badass photography really is if working in a specific niche of the industry.

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Here are the remaining videos of the jets posing for the camera lens

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Hilariously Relatable Struggles Every Girl Has To Deal With In 45 Comics By Yellow Pencil

21-year-old Ashita Adhikari from India known to her nearly five thousand Instagram followers as Yellow Pencil turns annoying life situations and struggles ladies all over the world will find relatable into an endless source of material for her quirky and hilarious comics. Behind the glamorous lives of women the media feeds us every day and crazy expectations of how a girl should act or look, there is an unfiltered reality for most of us, and this is exactly what Yellow Pencil invites us to explore.

The artist covers harsh wardrobe disasters, relationship struggles, beauty expectations vs. realities―all snippets from her personal daily life! She lets everyone know that they are not alone in their daily problems, frustrations, and anxieties, and makes sure to sprinkle in some positive and empowering messages every now and then!

Did you find these comics painfully relatable? Let us know in the comments! And scroll down to find out more about the artist and her artwork!

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Julie C Rose1 day ago

This should be higher.12ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

Ashita Adhikari started drawing in 2017 during college years and is currently pursuing her master’s degree.

“Being an art student since school, drawing was always my hobby. One day, I was scrolling through Instagram and came across so many comic artists who drew their life through amazing comics. I got inspired by them to draw things people could relate to instantly!” the artist told Bored Panda.#2 

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Vorknkx1 day ago

So, perhaps you should try scrubbing with a brick as well? 😛20ReplyView more comments#3 

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Cindi Hinch1 day ago

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The artist says she doesn’t have to search for ideas, because her hilarious life situations keep her inspired. 

“It could be just something in my daily routine, a funny incident from my life, pieces of conversations with people. Anything I experience and feel that it can make my audience smile. All my comics revolve around me. Haha. Self-obsessed. I’m the main character named ‘yellow pencil girl.’ My comics majorly reflects the tiny routine yet hilarious moments in the life of a girl.”#4 

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tima1 day ago

*CATS*27ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#5 

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Princess Procrastination1 day ago

All. The. Time.16ReplyView more comments

Adhikari says the most challenging thing about drawing comics is finding the motivation to get up and draw when she’s feeling down. But being able to express herself through a form she enjoys from her heart’s core is what compensates everything. 

“Drawing is relaxing to me. It is a fulfilling experience when I sit down and draw a routine moment or a simple feeling I felt, giving it a relatable angle. It gives such pleasure when I see people relating to it and my work bringing smiles to their faces, sometimes even a laugh!”#6 

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Cindi Hinch1 day ago

Same…sigh11Reply#7 

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tima1 day ago

well i used to keep all the cute packaging boxes i got, & actually i used them all as a playing tiny houses for my foster kittens  they really enjoyed them all11ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

The support from her followers and family keeps her going. 

“The rawness of my comics is the best thing about my work. They are unfiltered, come straight out of my experiences and that’s why people can feel them. My audience has been wonderfully great. They’re so interactive and don’t leave a moment to make me feel praised enough for my work. I get as excited as a kid every time they tell me how much they like the comics. My followers even give me suggestions! I feel so happy that my mother loves my comics, too. She always says to include her in the comics, which I’ll do hopefully.”#8 

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Julie C Rose1 day ago(edited)

As someone who walked 12km while wearing a mask the other day, I wasn’t looking down on people who were sleeping. I was looking down on anti maskers.18ReplyView more comments#9 

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Rosie Narducci1 day ago

I’m 41 and still like that22ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

“Drawing comics has taught me to cherish every moment of my life. I feel blessed to have a way of expression I can so strongly connect my emotions with,” says Adhikari. 

She also advised upcoming comics artists who would like to share their work: “Have patience and thoroughly enjoy the process. When we start posting on social media, we sometimes get discouraged by the number of followers or fewer likes and responses. But when we enjoy our work, it gets reflected on our page, that makes our audience enjoy them too.”#10 

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Claire1 day ago

Got to wear what is comfortable11ReplyView more comments#11 

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Stress or anxiety about an important event will cause breakouts. Try your best to relax… you got this!16ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

Life is full of challenges and surprises, but the best you can do in the most ridiculous and obscure situations is to laugh at them! Out of 7 billion people in the world, you’ll definitely find one or two who are on the same page and can totally relate to your experiences and laugh at them together. Female artists like Yellow Pencil create massive supportive communities where you can enjoy creative entertainment and find comfort in how similar our struggles can be. If you didn’t find enough similar life experiences in this post, you might also want to check out other artists on Bored Panda such as ComicadaBrutally Honest by Deya Muniz, Akshara Ashokor, or Bloome Comics who tackle similar slice-of-life topics!#12 

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postboredom1 day ago

Exactly like this. In fact, I shouldnt even be here, I have a huge physics test in 16 hours!15ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#13 

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Randomcthulu1 day ago

We call that dropping a weight class11ReplyView more comments#14 

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Hazel Gray23 hours ago

You don’t want to go down that road with me8ReplyView more comments#15 

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TheAussieGal1 day ago

That about sums um my conversations with friends (not the cute and adorable part)8ReplyView more comments#17 

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funny AF Amazing Films1 day ago

Any excuse to remove the jugs jail… the booby binder… the tahtah trap18ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#18 

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Dragonfruit’nrollerskates1 day ago

I don’t understand this….anytime my friends are wearing the same outfit we’re very excited18ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

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Titas Burinskas2 days ago

she meant she’ll have one cookie jar17ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#20 

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postboredom1 day ago

BP and youtube. I can never stop lookin at them9ReplyView more comments#21 

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Eva the Egg1 day ago

Me all the time.7ReplyView more comments#22 

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Y E S9ReplyView more comments#23 

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I feel like my cankles are highlighted… I miss boot-cut yoga pants… they hid the cankles6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#24 

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Aw…. ::sad face:: 4ReplyView more comments#25 

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Your Local Lizard1 day ago

We’ve all met that person.21ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#26 

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ElusiveIntrovert1 day ago

My skin looks like the second pic in the morning and like the first one in evening. Am I the only one?17ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#27 

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TheAussieGal1 day ago

*news next day* 30 year old male found dead with the only evidence is of dog videos on a phone beside him.20ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#28 

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Y E S4ReplyView more comments#29 

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My husband would say thats me to a T… I have an Amazon problem.9ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#31 

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Yea…16 year old me was worse than me now… my hubby is lucky if I put on regular pants instead of pajamas4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#32 

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athornedrose1 day ago

so true2Reply#33 

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Charlotte Stewart13 hours ago

YES!!!1ReplyView more comments#34 

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funny AF Amazing Films1 day ago

I’ll have what she’s having20ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#35 

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Vorknkx1 day ago

A.k.a. “what people did before the age of smartphones.” The bathroom in my grandma’s home had quite a variety of stuff to read (shampoos, detergents, you name it) 😛14ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#36 

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TheAussieGal1 day ago

Oooooo6ReplyView more comments#37 

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Cindi Hinch1 day ago

Probably just tech neck6ReplyView more comments#38 

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Rosie Narducci1 day ago

That’s worse than “you look tired “8ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#39 

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Same, I may adjust my shower temp in the summer, but I will boil myself like a teabag when I take a bath.9Reply#41 

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hehe ill tell my friends im almost there as im hassling with my bike in the garage0Reply#44 

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Photographer Uses A Pressure Washer To Create A Beautiful Mural On His Driveway

During the quarantine, many of us were forced to come up with new ways to entertain ourselves. Some people watched all the seasons of every TV show ever made, some started learning a new language, some learned to play the trombone, and some, apparently, “drew” a gorgeous piece of art on their driveway using a pressure washer. Well, at least one person did and his name is Ron Burkett.

Ron Burkett is a photographer and a YouTuber from Trussville, Alabama. A few months ago, the artist uploaded a video in which he showed the whole process of him “sculpting” an impressive wildlife-themed masterpiece on his driveway using a pressure washer. Let’s take a look!

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The mural features giant trees, majestic wolves, rolling hills, and elk

“During the ‘stay at home’ order of the coronavirus pandemic of 2020, I decided to catch up on some projects around the house, including pressure washing the driveway,” reads the description of the video.

The mural features giant trees, majestic wolves, rolling hills, and elk. After Ron finishes the artwork, he captures it from a bird’s-eye view using his trusty drone.

Ron also took some creative pictures with the artwork using a drone

And it absolutely isn’t the only incredibly creative project Ron has realized. There are quite a lot of them. To see more of his creations, you can visit his Instagram profile.

Ron Burkett is a photographer from Trussville, Alabama

Since Ron is a photographer, most of his creative projects are photography-related. “My passion for photography goes back to my high school years (let’s just say late ’70s) and is something I continue to enjoy in my semi-retirement years. I do mostly commercial, news, and sports photography now as a job, but love travel and nature photography when I can choose my own subjects,” the artist writes on his website.

It seems like Ron truly enjoys taking photos using his trusty drone

“Nature and sports photography are challenging and great fun, but the opportunity to work with people to create images that will grow more precious with time is a special thing,” the artist writes on his website.

Sometimes, he even uses his drone to draw these gorgeous aerial light paintings

“Flew to the moon tonight”

Here’s what people on Instagram think about this impressive pressure washer art

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Japanese Artist Fits Entire Worlds Into His Drawings, And His Surreal Works Take Him Years (28 Pics)

Our loyal readers might already be familiar with Manabu Ikeda and his works, but you will find something new in his drawings every time you take a look at them, whether you’ve just discovered the artist or have been following him for a while. His large, surreal masterpieces fit entire worlds, and they’re so intricate, it’s probably impossible to ingest them in one viewing, even if you spend hours gazing at every inch of them. The pen and ink pieces constantly offer you new details.

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Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Sometimes Ikeda sketches the broader picture in pencil on the canvas, but he primarily works with pen and acrylic ink using various forms of cross-hatching and brushwork to fill areas so dense with details, his true virtuosity reveals itself only when you’re standing right in front of the drawings.

‘Birth’ 2013-2016

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

“By concretely depicting the whole, this gives more persuasive power to the work as a single mass, and so it seems to grow greater and is more realistic: that is the process for me. The most important thing is what kind of presence the work has as a whole,” Ikeda told My Modern Met. “Its composition, its space, its details, and its entirety all of these facets are included in what becomes its presence. That is the most important thing to me.”

‘Meltdown’ 2013

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

The artist constantly keeps track of his new ideas by sketching various images whenever they pop up in his mind. However, once he starts working on his big projects, they usually develop organically. “It depends on the size of work, but for big size ones, I usually ink it directly without a draft,” he told HI Fructose. “I use ideas that flash in my mind at the moment, along with using my sketchbooks. From a distance, I look at the whole balance of work, and finally determine the image, which takes about one year after I started drawing. Recently, I try to have a whole solid image in the beginning to shorten the time.”

‘History of Rise and Fall’ 2006

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

One theme you can notice in nearly all of his works is the relationship between nature and industry. “The shape, color, and expression of nature… water, bugs, trees and weather, all those provide me with heart-pumping sensations and questions,” the artist explained. “They strongly attract me. I agree that we benefit a lot from advanced technology, but at the same time, I feel that we are acting contrary to nature, which makes me feel endangered. Also, figuratively, accomplished shapes do not move my heart.”

In the end, Manabu is attracted to the mystery of a caterpillar’s color and shape much more than any amazing technology.

‘Foretoken’ 2008

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Drifter

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Gate

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‘Victim’ 2009

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Ice stream

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Ark

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Territory

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Existence

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Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

Image credits: IKEDA Manabu

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The 30 Best Drone Photos Of 2020 Have Been Announced

Congrats to Photo of the Year honoree, Jim Picôt of Australia with “Love Heart of Nature!” and to all the talented photographers recognized at the Drone Photo Awards. See all winning images and artist bios at the contest gallery page at our website.

With the advent of drone photography, the photography game has reached new heights (pun intended). Drone photography lends itself in a way no other type of photography can: it can reach spots only a photographer with a helicopter can dream of. And because of that, almost everyone appreciates a good photo from a bird’s-eye view captured by one. Photographer Adam Vradenburg gives some useful tips on how to make drone photos really special. First and foremost, for a good photo, planning and research are essential. Strict laws and regulations in some countries are some of the reasons why. Second, make your flight time count: it’s best to use limited battery times to the fullest, since recharging, especially in nature, is also very limited. Third, one should test the limits of their drone, both in terms of altitude and range. It will give you a better idea of what’s possible with your drone. The fourth tip is “don’t just fly high, fly low,” which basically means that it’s not really necessary to have the highest altitude in order to get the best photo of something. Less is more. And the fifth and final tip is to keep the skies friendly, safe, and respectful. Day by day, the airspace is getting more and more crowded, and therefore it’s best to keep it as fun for as many people as possible!

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Nature Category Winner: Gray Whale Plays Pushing Tourists

Nature Category Winner: Gray Whale Plays Pushing Tourists

At the end of the gray whale season, I was told about a gray whale that, for the last 3 years, used to play with the boats, pushing them gently. So we went back the year after and, incredibly, the gray whale appeared and this shot is the result.

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Your Local Lizard1 day ago

For a second I thought the blue shadow was just some bubbles the boat engine made- But really beautiful!!6ReplyView more comments#2 

Wildlife Category Winner: Where Herons Live

Wildlife Category Winner: Where Herons Live

Many think that herons make nests in reeds or in a swamp. In fact, they nest in the tops of huge trees and with a drone, it is sometimes possible to see them.

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That Guy23 hours ago

They live in TREES? well come to think of it, they prob dont stay by the shore looking for fish all day8ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#3 

Photo Of The Year: Love Heart Of Nature

Photo Of The Year: Love Heart Of Nature

In winter, a shark is inside a salmon school when, chasing the baitfish, the shape becomes a heart shape.

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That Guy23 hours ago

Can you see the shark?4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#4 

Urban Category Highly Commended: Sunrise On The Top

Urban Category Highly Commended: Sunrise On The Top

At 4:30 in the morning, mysteriously shrouded in clouds, this is what the second-tallest building in Shanghai looks like.

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Foregone Conclusion8 hours ago

Imagine washing the windows on this!4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#5 

People Category Highly Commended: Cross The Field

People Category Highly Commended: Cross The Field

A girl, her mother, and their herd of cows walking across the pasture return home after a day of labor.

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Kesyra23 hours ago

I want to pet that grass, it looks so soft!11ReplyView more comments#6 

Urban Category Winner: Alien Structure On Earth

Urban Category Winner: Alien Structure On Earth

Sometimes we need to change the perspective to feel the strength of the structure more strongly than we’ve ever thought. The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur.

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Harold Summer17 hours ago

Well done, beautiful shot and processing.2ReplyView more comments#7 

“Life Under COVID-19” Winner: Black Flag

"Life Under COVID-19" Winner: Black Flag

Thousands of Israelis maintain social distancing due to Covid-19 restrictions while protesting against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Rabin Square on 19 April 2020.

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That Guy23 hours ago

Its amazing cause here in US, nobody social distances, let alone when they protest11ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

Nature Category Runner-Up: Flamingos At Lake Logipi

Nature Category Runner-Up: Flamingos At Lake Logipi

The early morning sun lights a scene of flamingos gathered at the edge of Lake Logipi, next to an interesting fan-like geological formation.

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LeiLah11 hours ago

Flamingo spring break. I wonder if Flamingos Gone Wild was filming?!0ReplyView more comments#9 

“Life Under COVID-19” Highly Commended: The Lockdown

"Life Under COVID-19" Highly Commended: The Lockdown

The busiest highway in Dubai, shot with no cars present during the lockdown for the disinfection of the municipality. A moment to remember.

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Levi Baker20 hours ago

Is it just me or does part of it either look like a clock or that one eye tattoo from the series of unfortunate events?6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

Abstract Category Winner: Phoenix Rising

Abstract Category Winner: Phoenix Rising

The phoenix rising is a symbol of re-emergence from the ashes of fire. This is symbolized through the beginnings of an actual regeneration process at the industrial mining site of Lake Owens. After a destructive past and the creation of the most toxic dustbowl in America, migratory birds are returning, and life is beginning anew…

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ravn18 hours ago

It’s a pair of dragons sky-dancing…2ReplyView more comments#11 

Nature Category Highly Commended: Lonely Road

Nature Category Highly Commended: Lonely Road

Driving along Ring Route 1, in a magical and enchanted landscape, I was ready to embrace whatever may lie ahead.

Hong Jen Chiang Report41pointsPOST

JamezyJamez12 hours ago

Iceland.3ReplyView more comments#12 

People Category Winner: Frozen Land

People Category Winner: Frozen Land

With temperatures of minus 30°C, winters in the Eurasian steppe can be brutal. But life doesn’t stop, and local people move from one village to another with a sledge, crossing icy rivers and lakes.

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Levi Baker20 hours ago

Let it goooooooo1Reply#13 

Wedding Category Winner: Tropical Bride

Wedding Category Winner: Tropical Bride

“I used the flowers and the leaves left over from the decoration of a wedding to make something creative.”

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That Guy23 hours ago

Amazing set up!4ReplyView more comments#14 

Abstract Category Highly Commended: Spring Zebra

Abstract Category Highly Commended: Spring Zebra

The area of this small village in the Częstochowa region is characterized by large rapeseed crops that create beautiful patterns that extend to the horizon.

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That Guy23 hours ago

Did they track cloud or sun trails?3ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

Abstract Category Highly Commended: Swirl

Abstract Category Highly Commended: Swirl

An abstract shot of a pink lake chemical reaction in Western Australia.

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Your Local Lizard1 day ago

looks like Melted lollipop from my childhood 🙂4ReplyView more comments#16 

Wedding Category Runner-Up: Lovers On The Field

Wedding Category Runner-Up: Lovers On The Field

We were looking for some abstraction. We had a boat, a drone and… a lot of time. A strong wind created a beautiful storm in the field. Perfect weather conditions showed me “the eye of the tiger” or “deer eye” through the couple in the kayak. A wonderful combination: beautiful lovers, fantastic nature, strong wind, and this perspective.

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Levi Baker20 hours ago

Strange. A boat yet no water3ReplyView more comments#17 

Wildlife Category Highly Commended: Homecoming

Wildlife Category Highly Commended: Homecoming

A buffalo herd is passing a lake before moving to its shelter where the herd will retreat to rest.

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That Guy23 hours ago

Love the rainbow.The dust kicked up just makes it more surreal3ReplyView more comments#18 

People Category Runner-Up: 2,000,001

People Category Runner-Up: 2,000,001

Two million Hongkongers took to the streets on 16 June 2019, calling on the government to withdraw the controversial extradition bill. The night before the historic march that nearly one-third of the population took part in, protestor Leung Ling Kit ended his life after hanging a banner of the people’s demands in the city centre.

Tugo Cheng Report30pointsPOST

Blarrg14 hours ago

Hey, I think I know that guy in the yellow shoes!3ReplyView more comments#19 

Nature Category Highly Commended: Crater Row

Nature Category Highly Commended: Crater Row

A spectacular crater row in Iceland’s vast interior. The intense red on the rims is caused by the scoria being colored by the oxidation of the iron minerals in the lava, in contrast with the surrounding basalt. A white four-wheel-drive vehicle can be seen driving along the road beneath the craters.

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Among Us22 hours ago

WHOA ICELAND GETS GOOD STUFF4ReplyView more comments#20 

Sports Category Winner: On The Sea

Sports Category Winner: On The Sea

An aerial view of swimmers, where the sea becomes the place to take refuge, between the blue carpet and the white foam of the waves.

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MELONLOOOORD10 hours ago

Kinda looks like a shot from land where they’re falling and drowning in a wave3ReplyView more comments#21 

Wedding Category Highly Commended: Pebble / Wave

Wedding Category Highly Commended: Pebble / Wave

After the ceremony, the couple headed to the beach and decided to go in for a dip. We were lucky to find the perfect waves which only touched the bottom of the dress.

Dominic Lemoine Report27pointsPOST

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Clever1Reply#22 

Wildlife Category Runner-Up: Munk’s Mobula Rays Schooling

Wildlife Category Runner-Up: Munk's Mobula Rays Schooling

Though from a boat, it was hard to appreciate just how enormous this shoal was, the drone revealed a mass of thousands of Munk’s Mobula rays (also called Munk’s pygmy devil rays) all swimming in the same circular direction.

Mark Carwardine Report27pointsPOST

Stannous Flouride12 hours ago

I recently read about this. They congregate near subterranean mounts because the upwelling currents there attract large amounts of the plankton they feed on.1ReplyView more comments#23 

“Life Under COVID-19” Runner-Up: Heart Of Warsaw

"Life Under COVID-19" Runner-Up: Heart Of Warsaw

The deserted oldest part of Warsaw which, before the pandemic, used to be filled with sun umbrellas of nearby restaurants and crowds of people.

Rafal Ganowski Report25pointsPOST#24 

Nature Category Highly Commended: The Island

Nature Category Highly Commended: The Island

Pawel Zygmunt Report25pointsPOST

Tanja Joensen2 hours ago

My home The Faroe Islands0ReplyView more comments#25 

People Category Highly Commended: Carpet Field

People Category Highly Commended: Carpet Field

Hundreds of handwoven carpets are placed in the fields in order to draw out different colors with the burning effect of the sun’s rays. A pair of workers lies down on the carpets after finishing their work to relieve the tiredness of the day.

Mehmet Aslan Report23pointsPOST#26 

Wedding Category Highly Commended: Framed

Wedding Category Highly Commended: Framed

This is one of my favorite pictures. It was a perfect match. The great couple, the VW Beetle, the frame. So, it was easy to create a great composition.

Tobias Froehner Report22pointsPOST#27 

People Category Highly Commended: Women Sorting Dry Red Chillies

People Category Highly Commended: Women Sorting Dry Red Chillies

Women collecting red chilies under the sun for more than 10 hours a day for little pay, employed in one of the many factories that specialize in drying chilies.

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Lori Harris22 hours ago

That must be so painful for their eyes. Ouch!8ReplyView more comments#28 

Abstract Category Runner-Up: Largest Congregation

Abstract Category Runner-Up: Largest Congregation

More than 600,000 devotees participated in South Asia’s largest Eid-ul-Fitr congregation. The prayers began at 8:30 am with devotees coming from different parts of the region. Eid-ul-Fitr is a Muslim festival of happiness celebrated all over the world.

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Jeremy17 hours ago

imagine having to go to the bathroom !4ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#29 

Sports Category Highly Commended: Waterfall

Sports Category Highly Commended: Waterfall

Surfers try to challenge the waves. It is difficult enough to ride them, not to mention to tame them and be able to take off, as well as break them and then caress them.

Davide Lopresti Report18pointsPOST#30 

Sports Category Runner-Up: Ball Up

Sports Category Runner-Up: Ball Up

The physical motions of the tennis player against the clean abstract lineage of the court created a harmonious effect to the eye.

Brad Walls Report18pointsPOST

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I Illustrate Curious Facts About Animals (12 New Comics)

I love random animal facts. Who doesn’t? I mean, just animals in general are amazing, right? But then there are these little things about each one—facts that, once we hear them, tend to stay in our minds.

And as a person myself for almost four decades, I can’t help but to personify these facts and wonder how they would translate into our less innocent world. So I draw them out in my comic, ZOODRAWS. I hope you enjoy them!

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All Out Of Honey

All Out Of Honey

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Niffler_131 day ago

My favorite is when they get bitten by venomous snakes. They just take a nap until the venom wears off.58ReplyView more comments#2 

Mom Issues

Mom Issues

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Niffler_131 day ago

Scientists believe the impact of the calf hitting the ground, actually helps them begin breathing on their own.45ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#3 

Stress

Stress

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Run, Flamingo. RUN!!!23ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#4 

Kevin

Kevin

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David Martin1 day ago

I would have to name mine Dwayne Johnson, cause that’s exactly my kind of humor56ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#5 

2020 Is Flying Spiders

2020 Is Flying Spiders

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Eva the Egg1 day ago

Ewwwww! Creepy10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#6 

Decisions, Decisions

Decisions, Decisions

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Bloody heck.15ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#7 

Memories

Memories

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Eva the Egg1 day ago

Isn’t that all mothers19ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

Tom

Tom

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Eva the Egg1 day ago

Thats me11ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#9 

Best Wishes

Best Wishes

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David Martin1 day ago

On planet Earth, gifting anyone anywhere a cat is good luck in my opinion, because then that person has a cat72ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

Just Keep Swimming

Just Keep Swimming

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Corey Smith1 day ago

That’s not entirely true. They can remain stationary in a current.23ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#11 

Fingers Crossed

Fingers Crossed

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Anxious Pansexual Nightmare1 day ago

This hits to close to home32ReplyView more comments#12 

Monkey Business

Monkey Business

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Samantha Lomb1 day ago

So do male goats. It is nasty32ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

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26 Winning Submissions From The ‘Through Your Lens’ Underwater Photo Contest 2020

Every year the Scuba Diving magazine hosts a photography contest where talented photographers from all over the world submit their best underwater pics. This year the contest celebrates its 16 year anniversary and has received 2,636 submissions, the highest number in its history.

Out of all the submissions, the jury has selected 13 winning images and 15 honorable mentions in four different categories: Behavior, Macro, Wide-Angle, and Compact Camera. The Grand Prize, a trip aboard the Roatan Aggressor, went to photographer Evans Baudin for his breathtaking (and a little terrifying) photo of a 12-plus-meter long whale shark with a mouthful of remoras taken in Baja California, Mexico. See his photo and the runner-ups in the gallery below!

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#1 Grand Prize Winner – Evans Baudin, Baja California, Mexico

Image source: Evans Baudin

“In June 2020, with a special permit, I went on an expedition to document marine life and the effects of reduced marine traffic due to COVID-19. After two hours in the water with a school of silky sharks near the surface, our boat captain yelled, “Whale shark, right behind you!”—a 12-plus-meter female. The surprise was twofold when I discovered about 50 remoras peacefully enjoying a free ride in her mouth!”

#2 Honorable Mention – Martin Strmiska, Styria, Austria

Image source: Martin Strmiska

“In early spring, while the mountain peaks around the village of Tragoess are still covered in snow, the meadow lining Grüner See (Green Lake) blooms. Only in later months, when night temperatures don’t fall below freezing, does the snow melt and travel down the creeks to fill up the lake with crystal-clear water. The meadow, with freshly bloomed flowers and rich green grass, gets flooded and for the next two months creates an amazing underwater park.”

#3 Honorable Mention – Marc Henauer, Amorgos Island, Greece

Image source: Marc Henauer

“This image was taken in Greece, on Amorgos Island. There are many caves like this along the coast. The darkness contrasts with the typical blue of the Aegean Sea. Greece is also a paradise for freediving. The settings offer total freedom to the imagination and to the creation of poetic images.”

#4 Honorable Mention – Chris Gug, Bonaire

Image source: Chris Gug

“After what seemed like an eternity, the flamingos resumed feeding in the sandy mud where I had been lying motionless since sunrise. As they waded past, they kicked up quite a bit of silt, which landed on my camera’s dome port. This one, being either very inventive or very brave, saw that silt had fallen into my port’s flare petal and began slurping it up, giving me a very brief opportunity to capture those unique filter-feeding serrations in its beak, and that beautiful beady yellow eye.”

#5 Third Place In Compact Camera – Enrico Somogyi, Anilao, Philippines

Image source: Enrico Somogyi

“While diving in Anilao, the macro capital of the Philippines, my spotter showed me a seemingly empty beer bottle in the sand. But there was something living inside. I started shooting the lemon goby that was living there. After a while, I noticed a shadow in the background, and a few seconds later, I saw the juvenile lionfish coming out. I pushed the shutter right when the goby started to yawn and the lionfish looked in the camera.”

#6 First Place In Compact Camera – Tobias Friedrich, Anilao, Philippines

Image source: Tobias Friedrich

“As a SeaLife camera brand ambassador I always have a DC2000 with me, in addition to my DSLR setup, to take a few side shots. I find it very interesting to see what I can shoot with a very small camera like the SeaLife and how close I can get to the quality of the images I shoot with my DSLR. This juvenile wonderpus was sitting on a palm leaf, a very nice subject to be tested. The dive was done near Anilao, Philippines, with Crystal Blue Resort and the support of photographer Mike Bartick.”

#7 Second Place In Compact Camera – Marcelo Johan Ogata, Lembeh Strait, Indonesia

Image source: Marcelo Johan Ogata

“Have you ever had the feeling that a fish could be laughing at you? The funniest thing about this dive was that it took me ages to realize there was a porcupinefish inside the barrel sponge! I had my eyes glued on the sponge, looking for hairy squat lobsters, and only after a while did I see this camouflaged guy moving away from my camera with a smile on his face!”

#8 Honorable Mention – Massimo Georgette, Jardines De La Reina, Cuba

Image source: Massimo Georgette

“In this Cuban archipelago, among the mangroves, lives a small colony of American crocodiles. To make a series of photos I had to go in the water with them for three days, studying the currents, the light and the clarity of the water. Then I waited until the crocodile was in the right position against the backlight. The idea was to have the best contrast between the reflection of the sun and the color of the water.”

#9 Third Place In Behavior – Thomas Van Puymbroeck, Marsa Alam, Egypt

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“This shot was taken in very shallow water. While on honeymoon, we couldn’t resist the call of the water, so my wife and I went snorkeling every morning. One day, a lot of silt caught my attention. In the silt, this beautiful stingray appeared. I only had a very short window to shoot, because the silt was spreading everywhere. The stingray was feeding on tiny critters in the sand. After a few seconds, the ray disappeared and we continued to enjoy the beautiful Red Sea and our honeymoon.”

#10 First Place In Wide-Angle – Martin Strmiska, Puerto Morelos, Mexico

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“On the surface at the cenote’s entrance, I had no idea what sort of space lay beneath the small pool. Only when I descended and positioned myself outside the area lit up by sun was the dark space revealed. When my eyes adjusted to the darkness, I perceived the huge dimensions of the space. My buddy, hanging above that cloud and lit by sun rays, appeared so small that I spent the whole dive shooting from distance, trying to capture the tiny diver in that huge space.”

#11 Third Place In Macro – Robert Stansfield, Banco Chinchorro, Mexico

Image source: Robert Stansfield

“In November 2019 I signed up for 14 days diving on Banco Chinchorro with my good friend Heiko of Amigos del Mar, Mahahual. As a joke, Heiko set me a goal of seeing how many different species I could capture during my time there, so I opted for a 105mm to give me a bit more reach even though diving there lends itself much more to a wide-angle lens. On my second dive, I was setting myself up for a low-angle photo of a group of garden eels when I felt something nuzzle under my arm. Looking down, I saw this very confident 7-foot nurse shark looking back at me. I slowly moved up and back, repositioned the strobes and took a series of photos with the denticles slightly backlit. The nurse sharks around Banco Chinchorro are very bold and a joy to watch.”

#12 Honorable Mention – Andrey Shpatak, Sea Of Japan

Image source: Andrey Shpatak

“Sepiola birostrata is one of two species of cuttlefish resident in the northern Sea of Japan. During the day, it hides on the sandy bottom and can be found only by chance. But at night it goes hunting. Despite their small size [around an inch], these cuttlefish are predators, catching shrimps and crabs. There are usually a lot of them in July, above the sandy bottom, at depths from 15 to 40 feet. I managed to meet this beauty during a night dive. Its color was simply gorgeous.”

#13 Honorable Mention – Martina Andres, Red Sea

Image source: Martina Andres

“As a diver, you will never forget your first big shark. I felt eternally grateful to encounter this beautiful oceanic whitetip shark in the Red Sea. As we neared the very last minutes of our dive, she and her “entourage” slowly circled our group, peacefully looking at every single one of us, before they took off into the blue again.”

#14 Second Place In Wide-Angle – Marc Henauer, Amorgos Island, Greece

Image source: Marc Henauer

“The Olympia shipwreck can be seen in the 1988 Luc Besson movie The Big Blue. It ran aground near shore on Amorgos Island in Greece. The secret of this image lies in the synchronization. To succeed, it took a ray of sunlight to illuminate the underwater landscape, then a wave arrived with the right angle on the dome to have a good view above and below, and finally, the freediver had to hold position facing the wreck. It took a lot of rehearsal.”

#15 Third Place In Wide-Angle – Raffaele Livornese, Baja California, Mexico

Image source: Raffaele Livornese

“I took this picture last October in Baja California. It was my first time there, so it took a few days to get more confidence with the sea and the animals that live there. I was very lucky because at that time a lot of sardines were schooling there, so the sea lions were constantly playing and hunting them. To take this picture I was hovering at a shallow depth for a long time, looking for the right moment to push the button. When it arrived, I saw the two sea lions swimming first away, then toward each other. The sardines moved in the same way to escape the hunt, so they drew two lines like parallel waves, and I got it.”

#16 Second Place In Macro – Yury Ivanov, Bali, Indonesia

Image source: Yury Ivanov

“These nudibranchs are one of my favorite models for underwater photo sessions. I call them “the vivid colors of the sea” or “snow queens.” Here, Phyllodesmium iriomotense can be seen feeding on one of its favorite dishes: spindly gorgonian coral. This photo was taken at a depth of 32 meters (105 feet). The time allotted for photography is very limited at that depth, so I did four dives in order to get this photo.”

#17 Honorable Mention – Enrico Somogyi

Image source: Enrico Somogyi

#18 Honorable Mention – Lureen Ferretti

Image source: Lureen Ferretti

#19 Honorable Mention – Sean Steiniger, Ha‘Apai Island Chain, Tonga

Image source: Sean Steiniger

“A humpback whale calf sails through the emerald-blue waters of Tonga, closely accompanied by its colossal mother and escort. As the leviathans circle directly beneath me, the calf ascends toward the surface for fresh air. I tuck back my freediving fins and snap the shot. A split second later, momma surfaces to usher her baby away from the bubble-blowing stranger.”

#20 Honorable Mention – Dennis Whitestone, Palm Beach, Florida

Image source: Dennis Whitestone

“I captured this flying fish image, “Squadron,” on May 31, 2020, diving around a patch of sargassum just a few feet below the surface while on a black-water dive with Walker’s Dive Charters in Palm Beach, Florida. As I was entering the water, my good friend Lazaro Ruda informed me that there was a school of flying fish on the surface. Within a few minutes I was able to capture the photo.”

#21 First Place In Behavior – Jules Casey, Port Phillip Bay, Australia

Image source: Jules Casey

“Captured during a daytime dive at Blairgowrie Pier in Port Phillip Bay, Australia, this shorthead seahorse was feeding near the surface and freely swimming from one floating piece of weed to the next. I’m not sure if the seahorse mistakenly grabbed hold of the pipefish with its tail, confusing it for a piece of weed, or if this was deliberate. The pipefish immediately struggled to break free from the seahorse’s grip. This interaction lasted only about 10 seconds, which was just enough time to set up the shot.”

#22 Honorable Mention – Renata Romeo, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Image source: Renata Romeo

“In this Cuban archipelago, among the mangroves, lives a small colony of American crocodiles. To make a series of photos I had to go in the water with them for three days, studying the currents, the light and the clarity of the water. Then I waited until the crocodile was in the right position against the backlight. The idea was to have the best contrast between the reflection of the sun and the color of the water.”

#23 Honorable Mention – Enrico Somogyi, Anilao, Philippines

Image source: Enrico Somogyi

“I tried a slow shutter technique with a flash with snoot and colored flashlights.”

#24 Second Place In Behavior – Jerry Arriaga, Ambon Bay, Indonesia

Image source: Jerry Arriaga

“We were diving in the brilliant muck of Ambon Bay. I was swimming under the fishing boats at Laha, one of my favorite dive sites in the area. Out of the corner of my eye I saw the lizardfish suddenly dart off its rock perch. It was really fast, like a torpedo! I quickly swam closer to find the lizardfish with a damselfish in its mouth. I managed to capture this image just before the lizardfish swam off with its tasty meal.”

#25 First Place In Macro – Jeffrey Haines, West Palm Beach, Florida

Image source: Jeffrey Haines

“You never know what you are going to find when you go on a black-water dive. One night it may be tiny larval fish, another a mako or silky shark, but mostly you are searching through the plankton for tiny creatures as you float along with the current over deep water. Persistence and concentration are the keys to success in finding your subject as you drift along. About 45 minutes into my 90-minute dive, I started to spot small clumps of sargassum floating by, always an exciting sight on a black-water dive. I found this seahorse in the third clump I investigated.”

#26 Honorable Mention – Franco Tulli

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“Pseudanthias are mainly composed of females and non-territorial males, but at certain times of the year it is possible to see other males fight for territory and defense of their harems”203 shares

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People Share What They Found Thrown Away And The Phrase ‘One Man’s Trash Is Another Man’s Treasure’ Has Never Been So Real

One person’s trash is another person’s treasure. And this Instagram account helps with the transaction.

Stooping is a longtime New York tradition: someone casts away their no longer needed furniture (and other things) on the sidewalk in front of their home and anyone who needs them can salvage the items for whatever use they desire.

But in summer 2019, stooping made it to social media as well — an Instagram account called Stooping NYC started sharing the best offers from the city’s public display. From heart-shaped ottomans to vintage dressers, it has both the funny and the stunning, allowing the account to accumulate over 80K followers.

So continue scrolling to take a look at this collective exchange market because — believe me — you don’t have to be a stooper to appreciate it.

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Beanie Babies Used To Have Real Value! They Still Might… But As The Sign Says The Real Value Is As A Friend. On Cooper Street Between Knickerbocker And Irving.

Beanie Babies Used To Have Real Value! They Still Might... But As The Sign Says The Real Value Is As A Friend. On Cooper Street Between Knickerbocker And Irving.

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Tahani1 day ago

Awwww21ReplyView more comments

According to VOGUE, the account is run by an anonymous couple based in Brooklyn. The idea started thanks to their son, “a wonderful little guy with special needs who loves to take walks.” Exploring their neighborhood on foot, the family would “consistently see all these amazing treasures that people were just putting out on the curb waiting for somebody to collect, or for sanitation to take away.”#2 

What A Phenomenal Addition!

What A Phenomenal Addition!

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Dragonfruit’nrollerskates1 day ago

My grandfather would take furniture off the street and repair it, so to honor that my mom and I always see what we can find on the side of the road. Our latest find was an antique tea cart that we sanded and stained.28ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

When they launched the account, they planned to curate their own discoveries, but it only took a week of posting for them to realize much of the scouting would be happily done by fellow New Yorkers. “The community grew quickly, and people were excited to not just be privy to the finds, but also to participate in the hunt,” they explained. “We receive upwards of 100 DMs some days, from people all around the five boroughs now. What started out as a hobby has become a real service to the community.”#3 

6 Bed / 4 Bath…cathedral Ceilings…victorian Style…close To The Park. 8 Inch Ceilings So Potential Buyers Must Be Under 1 Ft Tall.281 Prospect Ave 

6 Bed / 4 Bath...cathedral Ceilings...victorian Style...close To The Park. 8 Inch Ceilings So Potential Buyers Must Be Under 1 Ft Tall.281 Prospect Ave

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Daria B1 day ago

Maybe Arrietty lives here. ♡33ReplyView More Replies…View more comments

The couple recognize the phenomenon as part of New York’s culture. “There are so many people living on top of each other, and because New Yorkers move often, most stooping likely happens because of circumstance. While we never intended for the page to be focused on the eco-conscious first and foremost, this concept has really highlighted what seems like a real desire for upcycling in a way that is interactive, while making people feel like they’re part of a broader community.”#4 

Now This Is An Important Stoop!!!! Register And Please Get Your Vote On! 433 Jefferson Ave In Bed Stuy.

Now This Is An Important Stoop!!!! Register And Please Get Your Vote On! 433 Jefferson Ave In Bed Stuy.

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JuJu1 day ago

This is great.18ReplyView more comments

With an ever-increasing following, the Stooping NYC team have developed a firm idea of what works on the account best. “The themes we have come to notice are that there are three categories of high performers,” they said.

First, there are the functional: shelves, bookcases, kitchen islands. Second, the quirky and unique: stiletto chair, demon throne, stoop bear, and finally, the downright ‘can’t-believe-someone-would-put-that-out’ beautiful. The third category consists of copper tubs, pink velvet chairs, and designer glass coffee tables. As Stooping NYC get more and more submissions, they are becoming pickier about what they post in an effort to be responsible about what’s advertised: nothing “bug-ridden,” no food, and “nothing that could be compromised from a safety perspective.”

Simultaneously, they’ve created a separate series, the “before and afters,” with the hashtag #stoopingsuccess. “We had an unreal one this week where a couple claimed a double sink they found from our post and installed it into their Catskills Airbnb.”#5 

Almost Too Beautiful To Be Used To Hold Socks, Am I Right? Vintage Dresser @ 479 Clinton Ave In Clinton Hill Bk

Almost Too Beautiful To Be Used To Hold Socks, Am I Right? Vintage Dresser @ 479 Clinton Ave In Clinton Hill Bk

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IlovemydogShilo1 day ago

That’s just gorgeous.18ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#6 

You Guysssss…it’s Velvet And Yellow!!! Bushwick On Cooper Between Wilson And Central 

You Guysssss...it’s Velvet And Yellow!!! Bushwick On Cooper Between Wilson And Central

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wandile dludlu1 day ago

Add some royal blue throw pillows and you’ve got yourself a look38ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#7 

We Love This So Much. Share Please! On The Side It Says Take What You Need And Give What You Can. 3rd Street Between Hoyt And Bond.

We Love This So Much. Share Please! On The Side It Says Take What You Need And Give What You Can. 3rd Street Between Hoyt And Bond.

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Clara Knaub1 day ago

We need more people likes this. 24ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#8 

Can We All Agree That This Human Is A Legend?

Can We All Agree That This Human Is A Legend?

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Monster1 day ago

I would help him if i were there19ReplyView more comments#9 

Majestic Purple Couch. Currently On The Sidewalk On Gates Ave Between Grandview And Fairview! Obsessed!

Majestic Purple Couch. Currently On The Sidewalk On Gates Ave Between Grandview And Fairview! Obsessed!

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invisible sheep1 day ago

ah, the leg is broken, but shouldn’t be impossible to fix25ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#10 

Once You Scoop This, You Really Should Only Answer To “Your Highness”…it Feels Warranted. Corner Of Hancock And Evergreen In Bushwick! 

Once You Scoop This, You Really Should Only Answer To “Your Highness”...it Feels Warranted. Corner Of Hancock And Evergreen In Bushwick!

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Pseudo Puppy1 day ago

this could either be hideous, or divine….. depending on the rest of the apartment. (personally, i think it could be divine!!)44ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#11 

I Know It Looks Like It Needs A Little Uptake But So Worth It. Hasley Street Between Nostrand And Bedford. 

I Know It Looks Like It Needs A Little Uptake But So Worth It. Hasley Street Between Nostrand And Bedford.

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Kathryn Baylis23 hours ago

Chinoiserie? The enamel needs a little touch up, and it’s possible the cabinet door doesn’t close. The repairs are small, the end result is wonderful.13ReplyView more comments#12 

Umm Holy S**t. Someone Confirm This Is For The Taking Before Taking! 91st Between Columbus And Amsterdam.

Umm Holy S**t. Someone Confirm This Is For The Taking Before Taking! 91st Between Columbus And Amsterdam.

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Electric Ed22 hours ago

*street artist returns from grabbing a coffee* WTF?32ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#13 

Excuse Me While I Die Over How Amazing This Looks In @mkatbow‘S Place. Tgif Stoopers…get Out There!

Excuse Me While I Die Over How Amazing This Looks In @mkatbow‘S Place. Tgif Stoopers...get Out There!

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Dana1 day ago

I was just thinking, what a perfect cat chair! And upon closer inspection, there is, indeed a cat in the chair.45ReplyView more comments#14 

This Definitely Came From The House Of Beetlejuice. Available In Bushwick On Jefferson Street! Between Central And Evergreen

This Definitely Came From The House Of Beetlejuice. Available In Bushwick On Jefferson Street! Between Central And Evergreen

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Gabby M23 hours ago

AHHHHHH to die for!!!6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#15 

Stooping Selfies Continue! Gorgeous Tiered Coffee Table At W 114 St, Between Manhattan Ave And Frederick Douglass #stoopingnyc #stoopingselfies …also Unrelated To The Table But Related To Being A Good Human… Destroy Racism!

Stooping Selfies Continue! Gorgeous Tiered Coffee Table At W 114 St, Between Manhattan Ave And Frederick Douglass #stoopingnyc #stoopingselfies ...also Unrelated To The Table But Related To Being A Good Human... Destroy Racism!

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Gerrit1 day ago

Nice shirt!29ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#16 

Announcement: Please Sit Down And A) Acknowledge How Amazing This Stooping Success Is, B) Appreciate The Stoop Journey That Got It Home And C) Realize Everyone Needs To Find Themselves Friends As Passionate As This About The Stoop Life.

Announcement: Please Sit Down And A) Acknowledge How Amazing This Stooping Success Is, B) Appreciate The Stoop Journey That Got It Home And C) Realize Everyone Needs To Find Themselves Friends As Passionate As This About The Stoop Life.

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JuJu1 day ago

I’d have carried it home from anywhere. Lovely.6ReplyView more comments#17 

We Love This And We’re Going To Lift Weights All Day To Be Able To Bring It Home. Not Really. Go Get It.

We Love This And We’re Going To Lift Weights All Day To Be Able To Bring It Home. Not Really. Go Get It.

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Dana1 day ago

This is so pretty!10ReplyView more comments#18 

We Don’t Her Name But This Wonderful Woman Has Officially Rescued The Turtle For The Most Important Stooping Success We’ve Ever Posted.

We Don’t Her Name But This Wonderful Woman Has Officially Rescued The Turtle For The Most Important Stooping Success We’ve Ever Posted.

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Tahani1 day ago

So they tossed the turtle too? Dang…31ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#19 

Bring That @uhaul For This New Haul (Take That, Kanye)!! 170 S 4th St Williamsburg 

Bring That @uhaul For This New Haul (Take That, Kanye)!! 170 S 4th St Williamsburg

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MermaidsAndDragons1 day ago

And free succulents (and cacti) to boot!14ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#20 

Get Ready To Put Your TV All Over This. 10th And Broadway!

Get Ready To Put Your TV All Over This. 10th And Broadway!

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Iggy1 day ago

Nice!3ReplyView more comments#21 

We Are Beyond Jealous Of This Stooping Success From @soundslikepetra

We Are Beyond Jealous Of This Stooping Success From @soundslikepetra

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Your Local Lizard1 day ago

The cat doesn’t look so interested, sadly ;-;12ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#22 

Again, Some Stoopers Come From Serious Royalty. Maple St & Bedford Ave In Prospect Lefferts Gardens!

Again, Some Stoopers Come From Serious Royalty. Maple St & Bedford Ave In Prospect Lefferts Gardens!

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Candace Fitzpatrick1 day ago

I hope someone rescued this!13ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#23 

I Think We All Need To Worship Nic Valley For The Next 24 Hrs. This Is So Legit. Omg.

I Think We All Need To Worship Nic Valley For The Next 24 Hrs. This Is So Legit. Omg.

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Dragonfruit’nrollerskates1 day ago

Cute! Love ur apartment9ReplyView more comments#24 

Where Do You Put This In Your Apartment? #stoopingbrooklyn

Where Do You Put This In Your Apartment? #stoopingbrooklyn

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Magpie1 day ago

That would be perfect next to my front door. Somewhere to hang coats / umbrella / and to park shoes. And to put the wallet etc . ( envious Aussie speaking )21ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#25 

So Much Morning Beautiful Blue! At Norman And Russel In Greenpoint. #stooping #stoopingbrooklyn

So Much Morning Beautiful Blue! At Norman And Russel In Greenpoint. #stooping #stoopingbrooklyn

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Iggy1 day ago

I’ve always wanted to have my hair that colour!10ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#26 

The Trend Of The Tables With Legs Continues…the Question Is…where Is The Top Half Of The Ostrich?! Just Put Out On Melrose Between Knickerbocker And Wilson In Bushwick! 

The Trend Of The Tables With Legs Continues...the Question Is...where Is The Top Half Of The Ostrich?! Just Put Out On Melrose Between Knickerbocker And Wilson In Bushwick!

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Ben Smith1 day ago

Someone skipped leg day…20ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#27 

Annnnd The Holy Sh*t Balls Moment Of Your Tuesday. 76th Between 4th And 5th Ave. #stooping #stoopingbrooklyn

Annnnd The Holy Sh*t Balls Moment Of Your Tuesday. 76th Between 4th And 5th Ave. #stooping #stoopingbrooklyn

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Gabby M23 hours ago

Another dream couch!!6ReplyView More Replies…View more comments#28 

Cute!!!! Astoria! 27th Ave Btween 21st St And 18th! Someone Save From The Rain!

Cute!!!! Astoria! 27th Ave Btween 21st St And 18th! Someone Save From The Rain!

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Clara Knaub1 day ago

This might look cute by the door so you can sit to put on shoes!13ReplyView more comments#29 

Thursday Is The New Friday, Am I Right? Start The Weekend Now With This Art Deco Bar Cart! On Conselyea And Lorimer In Williamsburg 

Thursday Is The New Friday, Am I Right? Start The Weekend Now With This Art Deco Bar Cart! On Conselyea And Lorimer In Williamsburg

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Little Dino23 hours ago

oooh…i think it’s pretty 🙂5ReplyView more comments#30 

Nerd Alert! This Stoop Excites Us! Soho Giving Us Two Great Finds This Morning! Both The Chair And Couch Are Gorgeous. Prince And Thompson! 

Nerd Alert! This Stoop Excites Us! Soho Giving Us Two Great Finds This Morning! Both The Chair And Couch Are Gorgeous. Prince And Thompson!

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Deena Salzman22 hours ago

It reminds me of Chairy from Peewee’s Playhouse!9ReplyView more comments

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