The Canal & River Trust is an ecological charity that is encouraging people to be mindful of the animals that share our environment. This organization is responsible for maintaining over 2,000 miles of busy waterways in both England and Wales. Alongside these canals,…

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Recently, colorful works of art have been appearing within potholes along Chicago's deteriorated roadways. To make these scarred areas beautiful, artist Jim Bachor has started filling cracked asphalt with mosaics of ice cream for a project known as Treats in the Streets. Each piece perfectly blends in with…

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The amazing light festival in Australia, Vivid Sydney, just started today and one of their standout installations is this new projection of trees and flowers blooming on the iconic Customs House. The artwork mixes both familiar and unfamiliar sights of Sydney's natural environment to create a continually evolving blossoming world. The artwork was created to fit specifically to the…

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“I was about to begin a journey, the journey of my life, in understanding how extraordinary women are, and how even when we view them as victims they are in fact heroes and survivors.” – Annie Griffiths, Executive Director of Ripple Effect and Photographer. Today, be blown away by the powerful photos and stories from the Ripple Effect. A team of journalists have…

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The 2015 Cannes Film Festival has once again brought some of the world’s biggest stars and best films together. Photographer Vincent Desailly walked the red carpet and captured moments that were both glittery and candid, culminating in a series of gorgeous black-and-white pictures. The monochromatic compositions have a feeling of timelessness and vintage…

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While creating a realistic-style portrait is impressive in its own right, Sean Yoro takes this practice a step further. He paints hyperrealistic murals of women all while floating on water! The New York City-based artist, who goes by Hula, produces these gorgeous works from his paddle board. He’s seen bobbing along the current, one hand steadying himself as he adds fine details and…

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28-year-old Sonya Baumstein plans on being the first woman to complete an extraordinary journey. With no sail and no motor, Sonya will be rowing 6,000 nautical miles by herself from Choshi, Japan to San Francisco, California because she likes a good challenge. Using a 770-pound, 24 foot boat, this adventurous young woman will not only be taking on an incredible quest, she is also going…

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