Over 200 photos claiming to be pre-photoshopped images featuring Beyonce from her 2013 L'Oreal advert have hit the web and her fans are furious. The images leaked on a site called The Beyonce World and many of her fans are claiming that they are fake. What do you think, are these images the real deal or is someone trying to mess with Beyonce?
If you've never been to the Sao Paulo Carnival in Brazil you might want to put it on your list of things to do. Not only will you have a great time but you'll also be in the presence of some of the most beautiful women in the world.
Reddit user Nate100100 has been posting these incredible chalkboard drawings he draws for his students as a way to motivate them. He's a middle school art teacher from Wyoming and he seems to be making a big difference in the lives of his students. When asked how he feels about the art being erased, Nate seemed okay with it saying “There is something kind of nice about knowing that it will be erased. I don’t fret over supplies, paper, whether or not I should keep it… Kids see it and then it disappears.”
The very first Air Force one now resides at the Marana Regional Airport in a field in Arizona. Named Columbine II it became the official presidential aircraft in 1953 before being replaced in 1954 and then eventually retired in 1968. This is the type of thing that belongs in the National Air and Space Museum, not in a field somewhere.
Photographer Jade Beall is trying to counteract the photoshopping craze by showing the world what mothers are really supposed to look like after giving birth. Her recent photo project shows women post pregnancy in their natural state. She says her goal is “ to build self-esteem in a world that thrives off women feeling insecure“ and “to inspire future generations of women to be free from the unnecessary self-suffering and embrace their beauty just as they are.“ It's safe to say she's accomplished her goal.
This rare frog is sometimes called the "horror frog" and with good reason. When it feels threatened, it breaks its own bones to release claws that puncture its skin as a way to attack its enemies. If that isn't scary then we don't know what is.
For the third year in a row sick sea lion pups are washing up on the shores of California beaches. So many of them have been washed up this year that the National Marine Fisheries Service has declared it an "unusual mortality event". The situation has scientists baffled as they struggle to figure out the cause of the deaths.