1. World’s First Photograph; 1826

For the very first time in recorded human history, a long exposure shot had been photographed.

The feat was achieved by a French inventor named Joseph Nicéphore Niépce. He captured it in the spring of 1826. …

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In today’s fast-paced digital world, advertising has become such an integral part of our socio-economic lives that it is pretty much impossible to picture a world without it. In fact, at its core, all life on this planet depends on a sort of “advertising behaviour” to survive.

From trying to…

A semi- nude lady sitting on the banks of a river
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Today women enjoy the same rights and opportunities as that of men in most walks of life. But, this wasn’t the case a few decades back in time. For a very large part of the time in history, women were considered to be inferior to men and subjected to various…

An undated photograph of a family belonging to the victorian era
An undated photograph of a family belonging to the victorian era; Source: Pic

“Nothing you wear is more valuable than your beautiful smile.” — Connie Stevens

Whether you’ve noticed this or not, it is absolutely rare to find people smiling in photographs during the 19th and 20th centuries. …

A futuristic toilet in the woods designed by Invisible Studio; Source: Pic
A futuristic toilet in the woods built by Invisible Studios from materials scavenged from the surrounding woodland; Source: Pic

Almost everybody on the planet poops on a daily basis, often in the complete solitude and utmost comfort of their toilet. Whether you admit it or not research has confirmed that pooping is seemingly the only time when most of our minds are at the highest level of cognitive ease.

The eggs of yellowhead jawfish are mouthbrooded by the male until they are ready to hatch
The eggs of yellowhead jawfish are mouthbrooded by the male until they are ready to hatch (Highly Commended in Collective Portfolio Award) — by Steven Kovacs Source: OCEAN PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS

Despite the fact that oceans encompass over 70% of the earth’s surface, they remain as some of the least explored regions on our planet. …

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At the turn of the 21st Century, a diverse range of “educational, scientific and technological advancements” pushed societies all across the globe to remodel and improvise in almost every possible avenue of growth.

As a result of these advancements, today, our lives are entirely different and, in many ways, better…

The Obnoxious History Of “Human Zoos” In — 13 Never Before Seen Pictures
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Today, when we look back at the period of modern history, we get overwhelmed by the countless tales of climactic wars, heroic soldiers, and fierce revolutions that inspired millions all over the world. But pause for a moment and consider this:

“Have you ever tried to analyse these historical accounts…

“Until the lions have their historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter.”
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1) An Indian woman carries a healthy British official up a mountain; 1903

For more than two hundred years, the so-called civilized British colonizers systematically plundered India’s resources and, more importantly, its citizens to fuel their rise as a global superpower. This image captures the very essence of that parasitic relation that the Britishers and Indians shared in the past.

1) “The First Catch” by Shivang Mehta

This picture was captured moments before 11 months old Pacman’s made his first independent kill. The photographer revealed that the young tiger seized the fawn by its back instead of its neck. For the next few minutes, the forest was filled with the painful cries of the fawn as the…


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