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VIROQUA, Wisc. — A double rainbow is rare enough. But these photos seemed to show something even stranger. During a recent trip to Wisconsin, Mike Jacobs and Bill Wobbekind spotted twin rainbows af...

VIROQUA, Wisc. — A double rainbow is rare enough. But these photos seemed to show something even stranger. During a recent trip to Wisconsin, Mike Jacobs and Bill Wobbekind spotted twin rainbows af...

Faded grandeur: Dutch photographer Niki Feijen specialises in urban exploration; capturing the abandoned and decaying buildings that lie behind 'do not enter' signs

Faded grandeur: Dutch photographer Niki Feijen specialises in urban exploration; capturing the abandoned and decaying buildings that lie behind 'do not enter' signs

These beautifully complex portraits convey a sense of internal struggle in a very outward way. Vancouver-based artist Adam Lupton's series, What's in Store for Me in the Direction I Don't Take?, captures the physical signs of worries and stress that can consume a person's thoughts.

These beautifully complex portraits convey a sense of internal struggle in a very outward way. Vancouver-based artist Adam Lupton's series, What's in Store for Me in the Direction I Don't Take?, captures the physical signs of worries and stress that can consume a person's thoughts.

Down u float My fair mortal spectre Ghostly green   Capture my heart  U haunting soul Dedicated to Rachel with love.

Down u float My fair mortal spectre Ghostly green Capture my heart U haunting soul Dedicated to Rachel with love.

pinner said; I grew up in a small, rural town in between mountains. A couple of years ago, they were tearing down an old elementary school. A guy my mom knew went in and took pics with his cell phone. When he uploaded them, this was one of the pictures.  I don’t believe in stuff like this at all. I just really don’t know how to explain it since it was a cell phone pic and I’m pretty sure that no one in my podunk hometown knows how to make fake pics.  Via source

pinner said; I grew up in a small, rural town in between mountains. A couple of years ago, they were tearing down an old elementary school. A guy my mom knew went in and took pics with his cell phone. When he uploaded them, this was one of the pictures. I don’t believe in stuff like this at all. I just really don’t know how to explain it since it was a cell phone pic and I’m pretty sure that no one in my podunk hometown knows how to make fake pics. Via source

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