Professional photographer Charlene Trickey from Florida didn't quite expect her boyfriend Travis Durham to proposed the way he did. However, it's quite fitting to say the least, as the large tattoo on his thigh is of a vintage camera and the words: "Can't Picture Myself Without You. WYMM?" "Travis called me to come pick him up, and when I came in the [tattoo] shop he went to show me his 'new tattoo' on his arm, but there was nothing there. That's when he reveals the actual tattoo. He gets down on one knee and asks. I say yes," Charlene told PetaPixel. Continue reading for a video of the checkmark tattoo and more information.
These structures may look like something straight from Arrival, or just about any new science fiction movie, but they're actually the Northern Wisps Cabins by Bartosz Domiczekare. Nestled in the Icelandic Thorsmork, a mountain ridge in Iceland situated between three glaciers, these cabins are pure white, matching the fresh snow during the winter. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Let's face it, doing things by the rule book just isn't internet worthy, but on the other hand, when you decide to throw safety out the window, things get a lot crazier. For example, this group of people thought pushing a couch out the second story window would be a great idea, and we may not know the entire story, but this internet user captured at least one frame for the world to see. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
Blockbuster has just closed two more stores in Alaska on Sunday, making the store located in Bend, Oregon, the very last one in the US. "I think we have a lot of local community support. Overall, we've actually done very well at this location. As a general rule - we're doing well," Sandi Harding, the manager of the store, told Yahoo Finance. Unlike previous stores, which quickly went into disrepair, this one maintained its popularity "due to the fact the store manager made the store a nice place to visit and now it is bit of a tourist attraction so we may have it for some time yet." Continue reading for another video and more information.
Fujifilm is known for their cameras, film, and accessories, but their latest "Film Simulation" product has nothing to do with those at all. Simply put, they have revealed instant noodles that come in a Provia 100F film canister-shaped carton and are being released by Fujifilm Korea as part of a promotional giveaway. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.
Sometimes, you just come across things that are slightly out of place, and the longer you look at them, the more infuriating things get. For example, this person just so happened to sit behind a passenger who apparently didn't know that their headphones were worn over his folded ear, or just wanted a slightly muffled sound. Continue reading to see more slightly infuriating things captured by internet users. Click here for a few bonus images.
Say goodbye to bike chains, and hello to CeramicSpeed's new chainless drivetrain concept that utilizes an advanced carbon driveshaft without any chains and derailleurs that turns two sets of bearing pinions to shift torque effortlessly from the front ring onto the flat 13-speed cassette. This improves drivetrain efficiency to an incredible 99%, while offering limitless gear ratio options. Continue reading for more fascinating images from around the web.
Grow-in-water toys, with this example being a 23-year-old "Grow Babies", are basically novelty items made from a superabsorbent polymer. They expand up to 500% of their original mass or volume after putting them into water for several days. One thing you may not know is that they shrinks with saltwater, though some shrink simply from air after being removed from water. Continue reading to see what happened after this person placed this over two-decade old toy in water.
A Shanghai-based artist who goes by "JN Crazy" on Behance has created a new series where he takes stunning National Geographic photos and transforms them into whimsical illustrations that wouldn't look out of place in an animated film. Whether it be an owl, whale, monkeys, or even a swimming dog, you'll find it here. Continue reading to see more.
Photographer Kris Williams happened to be on the shores of Wales and captured a stunning, yet natural, phenomenon known as bioluminescence. Plankton may use bioluminescence for defense against predators by illuminating themselves when they detect a predator, possibly making the predator itself more vulnerable by attracting the attention of predators from higher trophic levels. Continue reading for more pictures and information.