Russian nature photographer Vadim Trunov specializes in capturing squirrels in peculiar situations, including shooting photos of each other. You might think some of these images have been digitally altered, but the truth is that Trunov left some food for them in a clearing so he could see how they reacted, and sometimes, nuts were strategically placed inside objects to capture the perfect poses. Continue reading for more interesting pictures from around the web.
One person from China spotted an iPhone 7 deal that seemed too good to be true, and it most certainly was. Instead of the latest iPhone, this person received an iPhone 3, iPhone 4 and a Yu-Gi-Oh Fusion Monster card. Now if the two older devices were factory sealed, they could possibly fetch a nice sum on eBay, but that wasn't the case here. Continue reading to see smugglers who tried bringing 400 iPhone 7 handsets on launch day into China.
We know that movies and television utilize green screens, but what about magazine photos? Let's just say that things aren't much different, and the techniques used are probably much simpler than you initially thought. For example, this model looks to be standing in front of beautiful mountains, but in reality, the entire background was projected onto a white wall in a house. Continue reading for more interesting examples of magazine photo magic.
With most students back in school, it's only fitting that we round up a few funny and geeky things people have found in textbooks around the world. Starting off, this author managed to sneak in a little footnote about the "Introduction," two sections that apparently nobody reads. Other examples include: a random red panda in an HTML5 textbook, a warning about persons you may encounter in a dark alley, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
Auto enthusiast Nigel Mills was caught doing 89 mph (143 km/h) in a DMC-12 on the road, and unfortunately, did not manage to travel back in time. However, he did get stopped by police. "I wasn't trying to time travel. It was at 11am on Sunday and the road was completely clear. I was being prosecuted for going 89mph (143 km/h) in a DeLorean, wasn't something special meant to happen at 88mph (141 km/h)," said Mills. Fortunately, he fought the speeding ticket in court, and had it thrown out after the cops who ticketed him didn't show. Continue reading for a video explaining how to get yourself a brand new DeLorean and for more information.
Beats knockoffs are nothing new, but most try to stick with a name somewhat similar to the original, that is unless...you're talking about Sounds by Steve. While some people know what they're getting into when ordering things online, others skip the fine print and actually think they're getting a steal, but little do they know that all the time spent waiting for it to arrive have gone to naught. Continue reading to see more online ordering FAILS.
So, you requested that your package be left under the doormat, but didn't realize it was as tall as a 50-inch television, and come home to this sight. This may not be the worst delivery experience you've heard or seen, but sometimes, it may help to add a little disclaimer, like "if can be hidden" to any special instructions. Continue reading to see more funny and strange delivery FAILS.
File these under: FAILS. You'd think that road workers would just call a tow truck in to move an illegally parked car, but instead, they decided to paint the yellow lines directly over the vehicle. This may look like sweet revenge at first, but the city will probably just have to repaint everything again once the SUV is moved. That is just one of the many people who failed miserably at their one job. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
Moscow-based designer Misha Petrick envisions what Instagram would have looked like in Windows 95, or a Windows-based smartphone, over 20-years ago. As you can see, the 8-bit graphics, MS Sans Serif font, and the teal blue background, actually work, or so we'd like to think. Continue reading for more images showing off the interface.
It's only a matter of time before Pokemon Go takes over the world, or so it seems, but just this past week, it was finally released in Japan. One player posted an image showing their cat apparently mesmerized by a non-existent character while trying to catch a Goldeen, and posted it on Twitter. Now players from all over the world have begun sharing this peculiar phenomenon, birds included. Continue reading to see more funny examples. Click here for a few bonus images.