For six years now Maggie Storino and her daughters have been recreating scenes from Oscar nominated films. They mimic every movie from the Best Picture category and this year they're taking on "The Martian" along with "Mad Max: Fury Road" and more.
Everybody says that women eventually grow up to become their mothers. But researchers recently put it to test by taking the faces of 5 mother-daughter pairs and combining them. In the end the results showed that there's just no fighting the inevitable.
Earth is a busy place and a lot of people live here. We all get wrapped up in our own lives. But these pictures will help you to see other things that happen on planet Earth that you probably don't think too much about.
Artist Viola Wang has been in a long distance relationship with her boyfriend for over three years. She decided to created some illustrations that capture what it feels like to be far away from the one you love. She says she was inspired by British Illustrator Philippa Rice’s comic “Soppy”. Being in love with someone who is far away can be tough.
Almost 40,000 people donated a total of $1.5 million to a crowdfunding campaign with the purpose of buying a New Zealand beach. The Awaroa beach in the Abel Tasman National Park. Businessman Michael Spackman agreed to sell the property and the people in charge of the crowdfunding campaign plan to open up the beach for public use.
Workers have been doing some demolition at the Didcot Power Station in south Oxfordshire. But something big went wrong after an explosion went off and one of the buildings collapsed. Authorities are describing it as a "major incident." Several people were sent to the hospital and one person lost their life.
Back in the 18th and 19th centuries a device called the bathing machine was commonly used on beaches around the world. The bathing machines were big wooden boxes used as changing rooms as the beach. The machines were the product of a different time and they were a very important part of the sea-etiquette in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Sara Nozaki and Grant Olson were browsing on a New York City subreddit when they found a cat that was up for adoption. They decided to take him in and they discovered that there's something different about him. He always sits in weird positions and he spends most of his time sitting like a tiny human.
The Humane Society of Utah hired photographer Guinnevere Shuster run a special photo booth for shelter dogs. The dogs posed for adorable photos that were later posted around the Internet. The photos were so cure that they ended up helping many of the dogs find the forever home they were looking for.