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Grown-Lit Sequels for All Your Fav YA Novels. In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women's Development: 9780674445444: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Amazon.com. Hello Dollyng. 4 Multiplicities. 4 Others. 30 Pictures Taken At The Right Moment. A few moments later, the young woman pictured above had salt water in her eyes and sand between her teeth, but in this VERY brief moment, all was perfect. Moments like this are so fleeting, the human eye alone can hardly process how stunning an isolated moment like this is. That’s where the eye of the camera really becomes useful. Once in a blue moon you take a picture that captures a split second moment with stunning clarity.

Now, more than ever, these photos are being taken and shared. For starters, you bring your camera phone everywhere you go and so it’s always available should the perfect picture opportunity arise. Also, since sharing photos is easier than ever, if everyone takes that “perfect” image once every few years, that adds up to a lot of perfectly timed photos we can all share and enjoy! Some of the greatest photos taken at just the right moment include animals and nature, simply because they are so authentic, appearing like the natural wonders they are. Finally! Infographic: Tallest Mountain to Deepest Ocean Trench. Karl Tate, OurAmazingPlanet | June 07, 2010 01:14pm ET Buy This Infographic as a Full-Size Poster You can purchase an 18"x72" poster of this infographic on high-quality 14G Photo Paper from the LiveScience.com store here: Buy Poster Embed: Paste the code below into your site.

<a href=" alt="Oap-landsea-oceans-100608-moderate" src=" Earth - The monkey that became a midwife. Giving birth can be a wonderful, literally life-affirming event. But one extraordinary monkey has taken it to a new level; by acting as a midwife to another monkey in the act of having a baby. The incident is so rare it has never been recorded before in detail, or filmed or photographed. The other female just actively approached her and took over, and pulled the infant completely out of the birth canal It is also remarkable because, in the natural world, animals are destined to go through such a profound and difficult moment alone. Female animals usually give birth in private, and in solitude.

Not for them the benefits afforded human mothers; the comfort and support of others, or their help and possible intervention to ensure all goes smoothly. But scientists have witnessed a langur monkey being assisted in her birth by another female. Only once before has a monkey been seen acting as a midwife to another. In contrast, scientists managed to document every step of the latest incident. 14 Animals Who Just Want You To Feel Better. Incredible pictures of the world's most intricate sandcastles. By Daily Mail Reporter Published: 16:27 GMT, 4 June 2012 | Updated: 07:15 GMT, 5 June 2012 These spectacular castles have been built as part of the world's biggest sand sculpture festival. Around 40 'sand artists' from around the world attended the Sand Sculpture Festival on the beach of Blankenberge in Belgium. Over 10,000 tonnes of sand was used to create the amazing 'sand village' as part of the festival's 20th anniversary.

The festival, which runs until the end of the month, has a fairytale theme and includes magestic castles and enchanting palaces as well as a host of comic book favourites. A spokesman said: 'This year the Sand Sculpture Festival in Blankenberge will bring to life fairytales by the Brothers Grimm and Walt Disney, as well as the magical stories of Charles Dickens and J.K. Rowling and so many other famous tales from the world of myths and legends. Sand smurf: Belgian cartoon favourites the smurfs are recreated in amazing detail for one of the exhibits. 500 Years of Female Portraits. Jun 04 '07 art, vintage, films This video morph features a selection from 500 years of female portraiture. Update: Thanks go out to the many readers who have pointed out that these portraits mostly depict European women.

This post might be better titled "500 Years of Western Female Portraits". This video was apparently created by Youtube user eggman913. Here is a list of artists, although they don't appear to be precisely in order: 500 Years of Female Portraits in Western Art. A Father Who Creatively Captures His Kids (20 photos) If there was a prize that could be given out to the most creative father, I'd hope that it was awarded to Jason Lee. A wedding photographer by day, he's used to capturing some of the most important moments in a couple's lives. As a longtime fan of Jason's photos on Flickr however, I think the real magic happens when he turns the camera onto his daughters. Sure, his children are adorably cute in their own right, but that's not what makes his photos so interesting.

It's when he puts his own spin on their everyday moments that we not only get to experience our own childhood again, we're able to see a father's pride shine through. I was able to get in touch with Jason to ask him a few questions. Q: How did you get into photography? Q: How do you come up with such creative photos of your daughters? Q: How has being on Flickr helped you with your business? Q: Any inspirational stories you'd like to share?

Q: Do you have any advice for aspiring photographers? Q: Any quotes you live by? Pic of the Day: Angry Birds. Angry Birds has taken the world by storm and who better to show us this than our favorite father/photographer Jason Lee? Jason just put up this great photo of his two daughters reenacting the game. "The kids love Angry Birds and, I admit, I'm a big fan too," he tells us. "I saw these hats for sale on Etsy and knew the kids would get a big kick out of them. "The girls have been playing their own version with stuffed animals and stacking up various objects, so I thought, hmmm, this would be a fun picture. I really wish I had a big enough slingshot, but I had to improvise. The setup was pretty straightforward, but the most difficult part was getting the younger daughter up in the air. Once again, Jason Lee wins the Creative Father of the Year Award (for the fictional contest I created here at My Modern Met)!

Thanks for sharing, Jason! Jason Lee on Flickr. Sisters. Exclusive Interview with the World's Best Father. Every once in a while, we'll see an artist's work spread throughout the web at lightning speed. There's no exact science to it, you never know what will go viral. It's only happened a handful of times on My Modern Met - Jason Lee's creative photos of his daughters and Sacha Goldberger's hilarious images of his grandmother are the two that quickly come to mind. When I first came across Dave Engledow's hilarious (and sometimes frightening) photos of him and his daughter Alice Bee, I felt that excitement again.

After we wrote about him, we saw his story quickly jump from site to site - Laughing Squid, Buzzfeed, and Huffington Post all picked it up - and then, a few days later, to our surprise we learned that Dave and his daughter were going to be on the Today Show. As busy as he must now be, we were still able to catch up with him for this interview. Read that below, while enjoying more of his highly creative photos. What prompted you to want to create this project? Dave Engledow's website.