It’s no secret that the best art in life comes straight from Mother Nature herself… However, not everyone gets the chance to see the beauty produced by the Rainbow Eucalyptus Tree, whose colors change when its layers of bark come off. Image Credit / Imgur
When photographer Alan Lawrence discovered that his youngest son had down syndrome, he realized that this little guy would need just a little more encouragement than the rest of his 4 kids. So he immediately got to work with a series that features his
Skateistan, an innovative NGO in Kabul founded to empower Afghan children (and especially young girls), teaches children to skateboard as a gateway to get them more involved in education. In a tribute to these children’s struggles, UK-based photographer Jessica Fulford-Dobson created a photo series
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There’s nothing quite as eye opening as seeing the responses of people from different countries to what we consider to be common. These Korean girls sat down and tried samples of common American junk food staples, like Goldfish crackers, Lay’s Salt and Vinegar potato
Rademenes may look like a normal cat, but that’s far from the truth. After the veterinary center brought him back from death’s door, he was rejuvenated and decided to return the favor by cuddling and massaging the other animals and sometimes even cleaning their wounds. This adorable feline