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Ice And Snow Scenes Assignment Winner Henrik Spranz

Photo By Henrik Spranz Congratulations to Henrik Spranz for winning the recent Ice And Snow Scenes Assignment with the image, “Forest’s Soul #3.” See more of Spranz’s photography at spranz.org, and follow him on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The post Ice And Snow Scenes Assignment Winner Henrik Spranz appeared first …

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Photo Of The Day By Stephen Kapp

Photo By Stephen Kapp Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Lake Louise” by Stephen Kapp. Location: Alberta, Canada. “There were a number of canoes in the water, but I waited for this pair to get across the center of my composition at the apex of the water’s reflection off the …

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A Silly Dog Makes Several Hilariously Futile Attempts to Fit a Large Stick Through a Narrow Window

A beautiful but silly dog named Deefer who has a fondness for bringing home the largest stick he can carry, hilariously tried to fit his latest bounty in through a narrow window without much success. After several futile attempts, Deefer gave up and walked away. His human wound up bringing …

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How the Enduring Humanity of Han Solo Makes Him the Most Relatable of the Original Star Wars Trilogy

ScreenPrism, film and television analysis platform known for their incredibly insightful video essays, takes a look at Han Solo and his enduring humanity in a world of Jedis, Androids, Wookiees and other characters. This particular feature made him very difficult to categorize, but very easy to like. Throughout the original …

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Vampires vs. Unicorns, A Beautifully Illustrated Card Throwing/Tile Game Now Available for Purchase

A post shared by Hi-Fructose Magazine (@hifructosemag) on Jan 6, 2018 at 9:10am PST In March 2017, we wrote about the Kickstarter Campaign for Vampires vs. Unicorns: Floor War Game, a unique card throwing/tile game created by game designer Jim DuBois and Hi-Fructose co-founder Attaboy with incredible illustration by artists …

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Dog Who Had Fallen Through Ice Grabs Hold of a Rope With His Teeth to Get Pulled to Safety

A helpless dog who had fallen through the ice of a small pond caught the attention of a Marshfield, Missouri man, who very carefully went out onto the ice with a rope and a pole. The man tried the rope first. The dog instinctively grabbed it with his teeth and …

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Two Cats Watch Their Talented Human Prepare a Lovely Meal of Sukiyaki With Homemade Tofu

Upon returning home from shopping at a mushroom farm, a grocery and his uncle’s garden, the very talented Jun Yoshizuki of Jun’s Kitchen prepared a lovely meal of sukiyaki with homemade tofu in view of his beloved long haired orange cats Kohaku and Nagi who were happy to just sit …

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Trillium Lake

Location: Trillium Lake Trillium Lake is located 7.5 miles southwest of the summit of Mt. Hood in the state of Oregon. From Portland, the drive takes about an hour and a half and climbs around 3,600 feet in elevation. The 63-acre lake is surrounded by a mixed conifer forest and has …

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Photo Of The Day By Jean-Simon Bégin

Photo By Jean-Simon Bégin Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Red fox” by Jean-Simon Bégin. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP website homepage, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. To get your photos in the running, all you have …

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A Heartbreakingly Beautiful Cello Performance of the Iconic Bob Marley Song ‘No Woman, No Cry’

The incredibly talented Sheku Kanneh-Mason, who was named BBC Young Musician of the Year, sat on a simple wooden chair in an empty room and performed a heartbreakingly beautiful cello cover arrangement of the iconic Bob Marley song “No Woman, No Cry” Kanneh-Mason also performed a live version of this …

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