I know, I know, you were expecting this exact outcome, but it’s still heartwarming.

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For those of us that are younger, it’s hard to imagine a time when you couldn’t just pull out your phone and take a splendid HD picture of whatever your heart desired. But our elders still remember a time when photography was something special (as in not as mundane) and way harder than today to pull off.

It had been possible to take photos for nearly half a century prior to the Kodak No.1’s invention.

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Adventurer Erik Weihenmayer has overcome enormous odds to climb the seven highest summits on earth, something only 118 people in history have accomplished. What is unique about him is the fact that he can’t see. But he didn’t let that stop him, not for a second.

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We all know that GoPro’s are these versatile, lightweight, wearable cameras that you can take with you everywhere and record your adventures. While the first GoPro camera system was sold in 2004, ever wondered how a 60’s version of the GoPro would have looked like? Maybe something like this.

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Nike designer confirms the “Back To The Future” power laces for 2015.

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That’s an African Bullfrog (Pyxicephalus adspersus).

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A farm sanctuary called Edgar’s Mission located in Melbourne, Australia had to be quickly evacuated when brush fires raged around it. The farm was spared and the 100 animals who had been evacuated returned home. These photos were taken upon their safe return and uploaded to Facebook as “The Happiest Album Ever.”

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Move along, nothing to see here.

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Everybody’s talking about Sochi 2014, so let’s take a tour back in time, to Chamonix, France, 1924. 90 years ago, the “International Winter Sports Week” featured about 250 athletes participating in 16 events across six sports, including figure skating, bobsled, and ice hockey, as well as a military patrol competition.

Speedskaters at the starting line

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Just look at those eyes. “Is… is that for me?”

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