Just came back from a trip to Quebec! I must admit I have Quebec fever, and these gorgeous countryside photos by Flickr user bennylin0724 don’t help!
Titanic survivors Michel and Edmond Navratil were known as the ‘Titanic Orphans’ as they were the only children to be rescued without a parent or guardian. They were later reunited with their mother on May 16, 1912 after being cared for by first class passenger, Margaret Hays. The boys were aged four and two, and Michel, the older of the two, claims to remember his father saying these words to him as he placed his two sons in the last remaining lifeboat:
“My child, when your mother comes for you, as she surely will, tell her that I loved her dearly and still do. Tell her I expected her to follow us, so that we might all live happily together in the peace and freedom of the New World.”
“Ana Borjas (75) kisses her husband Luis Garcia(87) during the wedding of 412 couples during the Free Wedding ceremony in Tegucigalpa on August 31, 2012.” - Photo from Denver Post
Such a sweet photo!
Some incredible sports photos taken by the photographers at the Denver Post. I have such an affinity for sports photography- they’re always such powerful emotional images.
Way cool USB Typewriters! Such an interesting idea as long as you don’t share a room with someone and are often staying up late writing essays.
But I feel like people would be willing to sacrifice their sleep to the click clacking of a super rad typewriter keyboard for sure.
Love love LOVE tilt shift photography. Joerg Daiber put together this film shot in Seville, Madrid and El Chorro in Spain. Doesn’t it really look like there are tiny little people in a toy land or something? Gives you a whole new take on travel montages.
The Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai is not only a beautiful piece of architecture, but it’s interior boasts some of the most colourful rooms I’ve ever seen! Can I go there, please?