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The Gay Beards, Brian Delaurenti and Johnathan Dahl, who are two best friends from Portland, Oregon - tend to think that the world needs more love and laughter so they are decorating their beards with glitter, flowers, candys and legos. They have said "that when people look at our page it encourages them to be themselves. Do what makes them happy and never let anyone get in the way of that.”

Glitter, flower, candy, lego beards from Portland (15 photos)

A photograph showing New Year’s Eve celebrations gone wrong in central Manchester, has been compared to a Renaissance masterpiece.

The astonishing photo taken by freelance news photographer Joel Goodman, first appeared in a picture gallery on the Manchester Evening News website, and was brought to Twitter's attention by BBC producer Roland Hughes.

Like a beautiful painting... (10 photos)

Rafael Mantesso has been through a breakup on his 30th birthday. When his ex-wife left him, she took with her everything from the appartment except Jimmy, Rafaels' bull terrier. As Rafael said, "When Jimmy collapsed in happy exhaustion next to the white wall, I grabbed a marker and drew a new world around his ginger-eared pup. Suddenly, I felt his long-dormant inspiration for drawing, for art, for life—returning."

Illustration photography with this adorable bull terrier! (23 photos)

Ben Johnson was born in Llandudno, Wales, in 1946 and he studied at the Royal College of Art. He is best known for his paintings based on architectural spaces and his large-scale, incredibly detailed cityscape paintings, which include panoramas of Hong Kong, Zürich, Jerusalem and Liverpool. Recently, his view of London was completed as part of a residency at the National Gallery, London, in 2010.

Realistic scenes through the greatness of art... (10 photos)

“Drone images can be made where no other image can,” says Geiger, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer. (Source: National Geographic)

“Drone photography is a new kind of visual language,” Dupin says. “It’s a new way of seeing the world.” (Source: National Geographic)

The winners in the second International Drone Photography Contest have been announced. Organised by Dronestagram, a social network for drone photography, with the help of National Geographic, the contest saw more than 5,000 pictures submitted across three categories: Places, Nature and Dronies (selfies taken with a drone). (Telegraph)

1st Prize Winner – Category Places: Above the mist by Ricardo Matiello

Best drone photos of 2015 (10 photos)
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