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Photo credit: Chris Beck / My Modern Met

No, you're not looking at a computer-generated scene from the upcoming Avatar sequel, just shots taken by photographer Chris Beck of newlyweds Torsten and Sarah posing in the Mendenhall Glacier ice cave near Juneau, Alaska after their nuptials. To even reach this location, they had to "hike over rugged terrain for over two hours, kayak through freezing water, and climb the side of a mountain," says My Modern Met. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing how one kid parks a go-kart like a boss.

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Technically speaking, a supermoon refers to the coincidence of a full moon or a new moon with the closest approach the Moon makes to the Earth on its elliptical orbit, resulting in the largest apparent size of the lunar disk as seen from Earth. The association of the Moon with both oceanic and crustal tides has led to claims that the supermoon phenomenon may be associated with increased risk of events such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. Continue reading for more.

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Photo credit: Rosanne de Lange

At first glance, this may appear to be a computer-generated scene from The Walking Dead, but it's actually the Chatillion Car Graveyard, Belgium. These vehicles were purportedly left behind by US soldiers from World War II that could not ship them back to the country, so they decided to hide them in a forest until they could come back and retrieve them. There were up to four car graveyards in Chatillon with as many as 500 retro vehicles, but many of the cars were stolen or removed by the locals. Continue reading for more pictures.

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The breathtaking destination you're looking at above is Navagio Beach, or Shipwreck Beach, an exposed cove on the coast of Zakynthos, in the Ionian Islands of Greece. It got its name in 1983, when the alleged smuggler ship Panagiotis was wrecked on the beach while transporting cigarettes. Regular tours to the beach depart from Porto Vromi to the south, and from Agios Nikolaos and Cape Skinari to the north-east. Boats also arrive from the harbour of Zakynthos city. Continue reading for more amazing places from around the world that every travel geek (or anyone with the financial means and time for that matter) should visit.

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Another week, another round of fascinating photos that you probably haven't seen before. This batch includes a samurai helmet belonging to the Mitsudaina family from 1730, a comparison between old vs. new Mercedes-Benz F1 steering wheels, a breathtaking aeriel view of the Grand Canyon at 35,000 feet, and the futuristic interior of the Bloodhound SSC, which is set to go supersonic by hitting speeds in excess of 1,000mph. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 2-year-old amputee that will restore your faith in humanity.

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Photo credit: Neatorama / Mirrorsme

What happens when an artist decides to take bathroom mirror selfies? You get these ultra creative photos. They are the work of Instagram user Mirrorsme who draws awesome vignettes, like Aladdin's genie, on her bathroom mirror, before snapping the photos for the world to see. Other examples include: McDonalds extra value meal, "Adulthood for Dummies" and lots more. Continue reading to see some of her best work.

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Photo credit: Bored Panda

Recreating childhood photos has become the next big thing online, and some of these people decided to take this trend to the next level by going to the same exact location and wearing the same clothes as before.We've got the two brothers eating pizza, father & son, and an entire family performing acrobatic moves. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of 9 ways to pass time at an airport.

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Photo credit: William Kass

Photographer William Kass wanted to create a world unlike any other, so he decided to place tiny toy people inside giant edible worlds. In this photo series, "corn cobs are transformed into mountain peaks for climbers to conquer, orange slices are the perfect cool spot to lay out in the sun, and kale leaves curl up into the perfect waves for surfers," says My Modern Met. Continue reading for more.

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Photo credit: Ken Kitano

You've probably seen, or at least heard of, long exposure photography, but probably not quite like "One Day", a unique photo series in which Japanese photographer Ken Kitano keeps the camera's shutter open for an entire day to capture sunrise to sunset. Kitano started this project to generate a strong awareness of the earth and all of its greatness. Continue reading for more pictures.

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US Navy captain Mark D. Anderson and historian Jean Muller stumbled upon something unexpected when trying to recover artifacts from The Battle of the Bulge in a Luxembourg mountainside. Their metal detector lead them to foxhole that was dug during the battle, and inside, it contained the belongings of an American soldier, Technician Fifth Grade Louis J. Archambeau. There was one item that stood out, a camera with an undeveloped roll of film in it. Continue reading to see the images they found.

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