The Aftermath of Alabama’s Tornadoes

The carnage in the wake of the tornado that hit Alabama was terrible not only for people but for lost pets as well. It’s hard to believe that some of the pets got out of the rubble that was once their houses alive but they did.

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Luxury Pet Hotel

If you have a pet and you need to go on vacation this maybe a solution. This is a 23,000 square foot hotel and spa for pets: dogs, cats, birds and exotics.

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The Beautiful Metro in Stockholm

The Metro in Stockholm is known as the Tunnebana, opened in 1950, and is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. The underground station was cut into the rocks. It’s comprised of 100 stations, of which 53 are above ground while 47 are underground.

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The Hórreo

These structures are known as Hórreos and can be found all throughout northeastern Spain. They are often centuries and are built this way for a specific reason.

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Before I Die

“Before I Die” is the project by Candy Chang who is a public installation artist, urban planner, designer, and the cofounder of the civic center that makes rundown places more comfortable for the people who see them.

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Stunning Bright Color Photos From 1900-1940s

Even though color photography wasn’t made widely available to the public until the 60s you can now see color images from as early as the turn of the century. It’s amazing to see that life wasn’t in black and white during those times.

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Rehearsal of the Apocalypse

A huge dust storm descended on the Phoenix area on Tuesday evening of the 5th of July which caused delays of flights and power outages. Local residents stated that they’ve never seen such a dust storm.

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