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PeeP project by Koji Takiguchi © 2012 niall. All rights reserved.

triptych portraits of japanese people at work, home, and play

Triptych Portraits of Japanese People at Work, Home, and Play | petapixel This is an obvious and simple idea but the results are very cool. PeeP by Koji Takiguchi from Chris Luzader on twitter – always a great source of information on … Continue reading

Memorial to prisoners of Syrets concentration camp by Jennifer Boyer © 2012 niall. All rights reserved.

death match in kiev, ukraine – NYTimes

A Soccer Game in Ukraine During World War II Echoes Through Time – NYTimes.com. German commentator: The crowd is going wild! [the camera pans through the audience, showing they’re completely silent] Escape to Victory So Euro 2012 heads towards its climax … Continue reading

Photo By Odd Andersen/AFP/File © 2012 niall. All rights reserved.

asymmetry

http://news.yahoo.com/photos/daniele-rossi-shown-mid-air-during-italy-v-photo-104229777–sow.html Yet another international soccer tournament. Yet another early exit by England. Yet another early exit on penalties. Hmm. It’s not rocket science. If you want to score penalties you have to practise penalties. So enough about football. It’s too … Continue reading

Moe Berg © 2012 niall. All rights reserved.

Banzai Babe Ruth: Baseball, Espionage, & Assassination During the 1934 Tour of Japan by Robert K. Fitts – The Washington Post

Banzai Babe Ruth: Baseball, Espionage, & Assassination During the 1934 Tour of Japan by Robert K. Fitts – The Washington Post. I talked about spies and Richard Sorge in spy only a couple of weeks ago. Then today I read an article … Continue reading

Voynich Manuscript Folio 53 by MindtoEye © 2012 niall. All rights reserved.

10 of the world’s biggest unsolved mysteries | mother nature network

http://www.mnn.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/photos/10-of-the-worlds-biggest-unsolved-mysteries/go-figure First of all sorry to link to one of those articles that you have to keep clicking to get to the next image. MSN uses them a lot. Articles like 10 cool cars or Britain’s best fish and chip … Continue reading