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The Most Unique Natural Wonder in Each State

You don't have to travel far to find some truly magical landscapes.<p>Typical tourist destinations like theme parks and resort towns certainly have their charms, but sometimes, Mother Nature creates jaw-dropping attractions of her own. From caverns that feel like a cathedral to mesmerizing springs, …

Pictures of the Week 10.23.14

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The Box Man

The Evolution of Joseph Gordon-Levitt Animated GIF, Looper Edition

The original animated GIF (created by pantyfire on Tumblr) of actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt as he evolves from childhood to adult has been given a …

Mesmerizing GIFs of Living Movie Stills

<b>Prometheus</b><p>Tech Noir is a blog that features a growing gallery of captivating animated gifs created exclusively from movies. There are countless memorable scenes throughout film history but sometimes all it takes to move an audience is one visually stunning moment. Tech Noir captures those moments …

Street Art by Roa

<b>Street Art</b> by <i>Roa</i><p>Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Timelapse of the Moon rising.Made by Dan Marker-Moore

Timelapse of the Moon rising.

Hong Kong Rain

Hong Kong Rain

Source: Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase short film

Source: <b>Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase</b> short film<p>This short film won an Academy Award in 1993 for best animated short. It consists of a series of animated reproductions of major art works, primarily from the 20th century, and has an unusual technique for moving from one picture to another.

The Earth’s Seasonal “Heartbeat” as Seen from Space | Colossal

<p>We all know that as the seasons change on Earth, temperatures rise and fall, plants grow or die, ice forms or melts away. Perhaps nobody is more …