30 Day Social Media Content Challenge What’s the hardest part of using social media for your business or organization? If you’re like most small business owners, coming up with content is at the top of your list. Whether it’s finding the time to create social media content, or just figuring out what to post on a day-to-day basis — it’s easy to let coming up with content ideas slow you down. Creating consistent and valuable content is no small feat. But as with many challenges, your best option could be to take things one day at a time. Welcome to our 30 Day Social Media Content Challenge 13 Beautiful UK Cities To Visit For A Short Break Whether you’re looking for somewhere for a romantic getaway, a solo adventure, or an impromptu trip for absolutely no reason at all, here are some of the best city breaks that the UK has to offer. (FYI, we haven’t included London because that’s too obvious.) It’s easy to get so wrapped up in the idea of travelling the world that we forget to consider all of the beautiful places that are right under our noses. We live in one of the most beautiful countries in the world, and can literally hop on a train and be exploring somewhere new in less than 2 hours. Here’s some inspiration:
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40 hilarious translation fails from different languages. – The Language Nerds Translation is a hard-to-get skill that is not given to everyone. The fact that you speak two languages doesn’t make you a translator. If you haven’t taken any translation courses and attempt to translate, your translations will contain a lot of meaningless words such as “umm”, “err”, “that thing..you know”. Sometimes, translations (mostly literal) turn into the funniest thing when they go horribly wrong. In this article, we compiled some of the funniest examples of translation gone wrong to make you appreciate the job translator are doing. Grab some snacks, it’s gonna be a long list!
Add the Andy Warhol Pop Art Effect to Photos the Easy Way Andy Warhol is considered by many to be the greatest artist in history. His pop art paintings were realistic, vivid, and detailed, while remaining simplistic at the same time. Luckily for us, we can recapture the pop art effect, made famous by Warhol, quickly and easily with digital photo editors. Pop art originated in London in the 1950’s. In England, they referred to it as propaganda art because it was heavily based off of media, advertising, and popular, marketable subjects. In the United States, we refer to it as pop art, pop being short for popular. Vertical Panoramic Photographs of Churches Around The World Richard Silver is a photographer with a very unique style for capturing amazing images of stunning architecture. His method involves taking several composite photographs of a structure and perfectly blending them together to provide an impressive view of an entire building’s interior structure and design. Church of St. Vincent Ferrer Each image is built using between 6 and 10 photographs which combine to create a vertical panorama that offers an incredible view of an entire building’s interior. Silver has come across many churches in his time as a photographer, yet never truly understood a way to capture the entire beauty of their interior in one image.
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Photographer Captures One In A Million Photo, Doesn’t Realize It Until He Gets Home Sometimes in nature things happen that seem too good to be true, perfect coincidences that vividly illustrate the beauty and wonder of the world around us. Show Full Text One such episode occurred over the Costa Brava, in Northeastern Spain, when a mass of starlings began to gather into a shape-shifting cloud, known as a murmuration. This phenomenon is a true spectacle, with hundreds, sometimes thousands or more birds moving and twisting in what appears to be a coordinated, single organism that can quickly morph into some startling shapes. Photographer Daniel Biber from Hilzingen, Germany was there when the starlings began to swirl and twist, most likely the result of a predator such as a falcon or hawk being in the vicinity. It was almost supernatural that in response to the predator, the cloud of starlings ended up twisting and turning themselves into a giant, single bird, as if to say to their tormentor, “we are bigger than you.”
Photographer Shoots Finnish Forest Animals Like They’re Professional Models, And We Can’t Stop Looking At Them Helsinki-based artist Joachim Munter invites you to step into the fairytale-like wildlife of Finland through his photos. Viewing his portraits of local forest animals, you instantly feel an intimate connection with the subjects, having to pinch yourself to check if you aren't dreaming. Show Full Text