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What This Photographer Did Will Give You A Brand New Perspective On Where You Live

What This Photographer Did Will Give You A Brand New Perspective On Where You Live

Entertainment
With the term "wanderlust" becoming somewhat of a buzzword, we often forget that our hometowns can host some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. People in the rolling hills of Ireland long to see the Manhattan skyline, people in Manhattan travel thousands of miles to see the French Riviera, and locals in Marseille want nothing more than to dip their feet in the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean. It seems as though everyone yearns to see all the beauty this planet has to offer without noticing the incredible sights that they pass by every day. That's exactly why Canadian photographer Trevor Pottelberg challenged himself to capture the beauty of his homeland in an eye-opening new series. This visually stunning project was born from a sense of frustration. ...
It Looked Like This Polar Bear Might Attack, But Then Things Turned Adorable

It Looked Like This Polar Bear Might Attack, But Then Things Turned Adorable

Bizarre, Entertainment
Polar bears are some of the most dangerous animals in the world. The carnivores can become extremely vicious and kill at a moment's notice, especially if they think their cubs are being threatened. They have no qualms about attacking anything that moves, but one Canadian bear's behavior surprised everyone.For whatever reason, this polar bear decided to put aside its predatory nature for a while when it came across a sled dog in Churchill, Manitoba. The person filming the encounter likely thought it would end very badly, but then the bear did something adorable. "You're gonna be my new pet, dog." Read More: This Tiny Duckling Imprinting On A Dog And His Owner Is All Of Us Looking For Love While this shows that bears and dogs do sometimes get alo...
They Managed To Enter The World’s Only Floating McDonald’s…And It Was Creepy AF

They Managed To Enter The World’s Only Floating McDonald’s…And It Was Creepy AF

Entertainment
In 1986, the World Exposition on Transportation and Communication (aka Expo 86) was held in Vancouver, British Columbia, and McDonald's was determined to have the best exhibit. Thus the "McBarge" was built on the waters of False Creek. The world's second floating McDonald's restaurant was supposed to be the centerpiece of waterfront development and new technologies in the area.Unfortunately, the McBarge never became as popular as its creators had hoped, and has since been abandoned. But luckily, through a strange Canadian maritime law loophole, the guys at Vancouver's Worst Ghost Hunters gained access and filmed what's left of it. As a guy who gets seasick inanely easy, the combination of being out on the water and devouring fast food doesn't exactly entice me, so I can see why this...