Bry Voydatch is a Lord of the Rings series fan who didn't quite get the chance to actually star in the movies, but decided to do the next best thing...visit the real-life filming locations. In the photo above, she was captured leaving The Shire In Hobbit's Hideaway, Wellington. "I recently spent a couple weeks traveling the North and South islands of New Zealand and I managed to hit almost every filming site from Lord of the Rings! Here are some shots that I was able to re-create or that lined up with scenes from the movies very nicely," said Bry. Continue reading for more pictures.
Ever come across a person who looks like a famous celebrity, but not quite? These people have too, but they went the extra mile, and decided to take a picture with them before posting the image onto social media platforms. For example, the group above thought Robert Downey Jr. was shopping at their local mall. Continue reading for more normal people mistaken for celebrities.
Sure, some products are more geared towards females or males, but others really don't need to be gendered, like the radio-controlled plane above. Unfortunately (or fortunately), toys are just the tip of the iceberg for pointlessly gendered products, as you'll also find ear plugs, toothpaste, bath bombs, bibs, and even a bible. Continue reading for more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Some theaters have special 2-for-1 ticket days, but these two kids from Carson, California couldn't wait for that deal, so they decided to improvise. As you can see, you have one person sitting atop the other's shoulder while covering themselves with one very long trench coat. Continue reading for two videos showing what happened afterwards.
James Fridman, the Photoshop troll, strikes again, and this time he's completed a new set of Twitter / email requests, including the example above. The brother could easily have looked not so tired by having his face angled a bit lower and mouth closed, but instead, he was given a karaoke microphone. Continue reading for more Photoshop troll disasters.
Apple Park, the company's new Silicon Valley "spaceship" headquarters, is a marvel of architecture and design, as Apple's design chief, Jony Ive, led its creation. However, there's one problem...distracted employees keep walking into the building's stunning glass walls and doors. That's right, there's so much glass that even closed doors caused injuries where emergency services had to be called. Continue reading for a drone video of the campus and more information.
A woman from Dongguan, China, decided to climb into an x-ray machine at a train station to protect her luggage, and promptly became an internet sensation when the headline hit the news. Apparently, she was transporting a lot of money, so when staff at Dongguan East Railway Station required her bags be put through the machine for scanning, she went in as well. Continue reading for another picture and more information.
John Wilhelm is a married photographer from Switzerland with four wonderful children. Since photography has always been a big part of his life, he decided to combine his love of the art with family to create a series of surreal photo manipulations. "The importance of photography changed into joy when I was holding my first digital cam in my hands. The fire was sparked off and a long journey begun, a journey through lots of camera systems, techniques, experiences and finally software products. Feburary 2011, I decided to take a step across the border of plain photography. I entered the world of Photoshop and 3D-tools," said Wilhelm. Continue reading for more pictures.
For those who have never heard of FaceApp, it's basically an application for iOS and Android platforms that was developed by Russian company Wireless Lab. It utilizes neural network technology to automatically generate highly realistic transformations of faces in photographs. Recently, Redditor "ygdrssl" used the app to transform the current and former US Presidents into females. "It's strange to think that these people would never have been elected president because of that pesky troll X chromosome. Most recent presidents are represented back to 1900," said "ygdrssl". Continue reading for more pictures.
From what we know, the Tyrannosaurus was a bipedal carnivore with a massive skull balanced by a long, heavy tail. Relative to its large and powerful hind limbs, T-Rex's fore limbs were short but unusually powerful for their size and had two clawed digits. Now one place you would never expect to see this dinosaur is on a pair of heels, yet here we are. Continue reading for more strange home projects that will make you wonder.