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The Last Meals of Death Row Inmates

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Not a Single Damn of the Day

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dear-photograph:

Dear Photograph,
In 1979, six years before I was born, my grandparents went on a holiday with their friends in London, England. Thirty four years later, I moved to London and now live fifteen minutes from where this photo was taken. At first, I had no idea what my grandad was looking at until we went to take this photograph and then I realized he was looking directly at the Tower Bridge. 

Garth
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mybohemiansummer:

I can’t wait to make one of these for my new house.  So cute and adds a beautiful pop of color.  Go here for tutorial. 

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upworthy:

Well said.

(Source: toomuchto, via inothernews)

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mybohemiansummer:

These are going to be awesome favor boxes for my New Year’s party.

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Instagram Blog: Thank you, and we're listening »

instagram:

Yesterday we introduced a new version of our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service that will take effect in thirty days. These two documents help communicate as clearly as possible our relationship with the users of Instagram so you understand how your data will be used, and the rules that govern…

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thedailywhat:

Create Your Own “Bokeh” Photographs

Here’s a cool trick you can try out with your SLR camera. All you need is a large aperture lens (ex: 50mm / F1.8) and a sheet of opaque paper or cardboard. The out-of-focus dots that you see in theimage are known as “Bokeh,” a term which is derived from the Japanese word meaning “blur.”
1) Create a fake lens hood with the paperboard by cutting out a hole in the shape of your choice.
2) Place the hood over the lens and see how it looks through the viewfinder.
3) Set your camera to its lowest aperture value or bulb exposure. Have fun!

thedailywhat:

Create Your Own “Bokeh” Photographs

Here’s a cool trick you can try out with your SLR camera. All you need is a large aperture lens (ex: 50mm / F1.8) and a sheet of opaque paper or cardboard. The out-of-focus dots that you see in theimage are known as “Bokeh,” a term which is derived from the Japanese word meaning “blur.”

1) Create a fake lens hood with the paperboard by cutting out a hole in the shape of your choice.

2) Place the hood over the lens and see how it looks through the viewfinder.

3) Set your camera to its lowest aperture value or bulb exposure. Have fun!

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thedailywhat:

Look at This Cat of the Day

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inothernews:

CARETAKER  A rebel fighter carried his son after Friday prayers in Aleppo, Syria. (Photo: Odd Andersen / AFP-Getty via The Wall Street Journal)

This amazing photograph.

Eye opening.

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