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    'Slicelapse' Technique Presents a Picturesque Glimpse of the US

    Aerospace engineering student Andrew loves to experiment with photography in his free time. For a course project, he created something innovative in that field. Advancing on the traditional timelapse format, where pictures are captured in quick succession, the ‘slicelapse’ technique splits each of the images into vertical slices to create a unique effect. This completed project presents a beautiful glimpse at landscapes across the US. More information on the slicelapse technique can be read on …

  • Acrobatic Cat Tries to Break Into a Cabinet

    Acrobatic Cat Tries to Break Into a Cabinet

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    Acrobatic Cat Tries to Break Into a Cabinet

    Sally’s cat clearly fancies himself as something of a gymnast. Having recently been caught on camera executing an awkward kitchen leap , the adventurous feline has since returned to perform more acrobatics in his favourite room of the house. He’s determined to make his way into the cabinet to play, much to the bemusement of the family’s dog! Credit: YouTube/Sally Nguyen …

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    Indonesian chilli prices soaring

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    Indonesian chilli prices soaring

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  • Impressive Kid Shreds on the Bag Pipe

    Impressive Kid Shreds on the Bag Pipe

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    Impressive Kid Shreds on the Bag Pipe

    On August 19th, esteemed piping star David Power uploaded a video of 10-year-old Cian totally shredding on his pipe. His song of choice is “The Boy in the Gap.” Cian certainly seems to have mastered the tune and the instrument. Credit: YouTube/David Power …

  • Burmese 'forgotten people' embrace India

    Burmese 'forgotten people' embrace India

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    Burmese 'forgotten people' embrace India

    Burmese Tamils, who fled to India 50 years ago, are now on the lookout for better opportunities. …