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The world we live filled with many amazing and curious things that wait to be explored. Many events occur in the world every second. Many people experience different kind of feelings and situations. From joy and cheers, to sad and tears. From love and humanity actions to the inhumanity acts of violence, conflict and war. Through the lens of a photographer, those kind of things are spectacularly concentrated in one shape, a picture.
A picture give insight to what words cannot explain. Moreover, a picture could have different interpretation since no two person are having exactly similar experience or background. That is why there is saying “a picture worth thousand words”. As a result, when it comes to “what this picture is all about?” We normally will come up with different arguments.
However, any arguments, whether it is positive or negative, actually have showed us the great knowledge of this world. Okay, we might have different thoughts, then what? Does it mean one is better than another and others are wrong? NO. We shall not spend our times arguing about our diversity, instead, we shall sit and talk about our similarity.
Why? Because we need people who want to work towards good things since this world is already had enough bad people who slowly destroy it.
Does humanity in danger? Well, I don’t think so, but human is.
Mate, brother and sister, this is the only world we lived, as long as it stays like it is, we must work together to make our world a peaceful and better place for us and our next generation. Don’t you want to see your kids growing up having a good life and living in a peaceful world? I bet yes.
Finally, many thanks and credit dedicated to all photographers and websites whom have done spectacular jobs to bring us these amazing images, best of luck to these people. Please support them by sharing their works. Thank you and enjoy reading.
Warning! This article contains strong images.
1. We shall have picnic, not demonstration, set fire to roast the meal, not to spark violence.
Children stand near a barricade on Dutra road during a protest against President Michel Temer’s proposal reform of Brazil’s social security system in the early hours of general strike in Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil.
2. I might old, but I want to fight too, this is for my children and my grand children.
An opposition supporter looks on with a home-made gas mask on his head during a blockade in an avenue while rallying against President Nicolas Maduro in Caracas, Venezuela.
3. Spectacular combination you don’t see everyday.
Planes from the Indonesian Air Force’s Jupiter Aerobatic Team fly near the Prambanan Hindu temple during the Yogyakarta International Air Show in Central Java, Indonesia.
4. So cute, so innocent, I want one, and I bet you want it too, right?
Newborn lion cubs in the Taygan lion park in Belogorsk, Crimea, Russia.
5. Don’t ever wonder whether it works or not, it works!
RS-24 Yars missile-launching systems during the military parade in Moscow marking the 72nd anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945).
6. Why don’t we hug and spread love instead of bullet and blood.
A young woman in Soviet uniform congratulates a WWII veteran in the center of Moscow.
7. Meet serenity in traditional culture not facebook and twitter.
The Yazidis are an independent ethno-religious group, with the vast majority (estimated at about 1.6 million) living in the north of Iraq. Still haunted by war and suffering, Iraq’s Yazidis still manage to find some place for light in their hearts. The minority gathered in the holy town of Lalish on Tuesday for celebrations ahead of their New Year.
8. Build for people, and let them enjoy the best of art and modernity, not scandal and propaganda.
The Moscow Metro, Russia’s first and most extensive rapid transit system, holds a train parade to commemorate its 82nd anniversary. Sokolniki retro train seen in Oktyabraskaya during the train parade held on the 82nd anniversary of the Moscow Metro.
9. You might destroy their place, but you can’t destroy their heart T_T
image via Sputnik / Felipe Dana
Children play inside a damaged car, amid heavy destruction in a neighborhood recently retaken by Iraqi security forces from Daesh militants on the western side of Mosul, Iraq.
10. When distance siblings meet and decide to have a chat.
Close encounter. This image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the unusual galaxy IRAS 06076-2139. Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) and Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) instruments observed the galaxy from a distance of 500 million light-years.
This particular object stands out from the crowd by actually being composed of two separate galaxies rushing past each other at about 2 million kilometers (1,243,000 miles) per hour. This speed is most likely too fast for them to merge and form a single galaxy. However, because of their small separation of only about 20,000 light-years, the galaxies will distort one another through the force of gravity while passing each other, changing their structures on a grand scale.
11. There is nothing that will stop cosmic destruction, it is their (our) nature.
This delicate smudge in deep space is far more turbulent than it first appears. Known as IRAS 14348-1447 — a name derived in part from that of its discoverer, the Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS for short) — this celestial object is actually a combination of two gas-rich spiral galaxies. This doomed duo approached one another too closely in the past, gravity causing them to affect and tug at each other and slowly, destructively, merge into one. The image was taken by Hubble’s Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS).
12. Thank God they had extinct, if not someone will surely take them as a pet! Can you imagine massive headache the official have to deal with? just kidding
Stunning Discovery! Some 110 million years ago, this armored plant-eater lumbered through what is now western Canada, until a flooded river swept it into open sea. The dinosaur’s undersea burial preserved its armor in exquisite detail. Its skull still bears tile-like plates and a gray patina of fossilized skins. For paleontologists the dinosaur’s amazing level of fossilization—caused by its rapid undersea burial—is as rare as winning the lottery. Usually just the bones and teeth are preserved, and only rarely do minerals replace soft tissues before they rot away. There’s also no guarantee that a fossil will keep its true-to-life shape.
In May the Royal Tyrrell Museum unveils the nodosaur as the centerpiece of a new exhibit of fossils recovered from Alberta’s industrial sites. Now the public is marveling at what has wowed scientists for the past six years: an ambassador from Canada’s distant past, found in a moonscape by a man with an excavator.
13. Let’s pray may her soul is gone to the better place in heaven, amen
Malnourished girl Jamila Ali Abdu, 7, lies on a hospital bed before she died in the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah, Yemen.
14. I know I should not have posted this kind of picture, but I hope you get what I mean, pray for the kid, pray for them
A girl infected with cholera lies on the ground at a hospital in Sanaa, Yemen.
15. Some say these guys just do their job, but that does not mean you can use real weapon against weaponless civilians!
An Israeli border policeman aims his weapon at Palestinian protesters during clashes at a protest in support of Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in Israeli jails, near the Jewish settlement of Beit El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah, Palestine.
16. You see no selfie here? Good, we need more like this! Love these girls’ dresses 😀
North Korean girls wearing traditional dresses, hug each other while waiting for their friends in front of Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea.
17. Our city was better some years ago, thanks to “the west” who brings democracy (means guns and death) to our home
Civilians carrying their goods walk along a street in an area controlled by Iraqi forces in Mosul.
18. At least what we bring is water, not guns and bombs like the west did
Iraqi children carry water containers after a battle between the Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service and ISIS militants.
19. We are here to kick their butt and get the peace back
Children greet a fighter from the Syrian Republican Guard in Deir ez-Zor. Take a look at the Syrian military units and the peaceful life in Deir ez-Zor, the largest city in eastern Syria, where the jihadists and their military command are now reportedly centered.
Located about 90 miles (144.8 kilometers) from Raqqa, Daesh’s previous self-proclaimed capital, Deir ez-Zor is now considered the “new headquarters” of the terrorist group, according to media reports. A government-controlled enclave remains in the city, which is partly-held by Daesh and surrounded by Daesh-controlled territory.
In April 2014, Daesh militants blocked the road linking Damascus, Palmyra and Deir ez-Zor, making the delivery of humanitarian aid impossible. The government-held part of Deir ez-Zor has been in a state of siege since September 2014. The army and civilians are provided with emergency supplies by air. Since the end of 2015, the Russian military has provided humanitarian assistance to the besieged city.
Since mid-January 2017, the number of militant attacks on residential areas and the military airbase has increased significantly. The government forces repeatedly repel attacks by militants attempting to seize the Deir ez-Zor Airbase. Aircraft based at the airbase provide fire support to Syrian troops fighting in and around the city.
20. This is just temporary, facebook could give you more hard time than this
A Hindu woman is helped to walk across burning coals during the religious procession of the Hindu goddess Maha Mariamman.
21. Because I enjoy more life and nature from here
Winter Festislack in Les Arcs ski resort. Balancing on a 2cm elastic strap, the best slackliners in the world show off their skills at an altitude of 2000m near Mont Blanc
22. Some gotta show em whose the big kid in the block!
The long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 (Mars-12) is launched during a test.
23. Only human can misused of mother nature’s blessing.
A soldier stands guard beside poppy plants before a poppy (opium) field is destroyed during a military operation in the municipality of Coyuca de Catalan, Mexico.
24. Let’s just enjoy our time while we still alive, and our nature while it exists
Snow covers tulips in a field as weather forecasters predict changeable conditions and low temperatures for most parts of Germany.
25. I can’t find better picture of Arc de Triomphe in Paris
French President Emmanuel Macron attends a ceremony near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
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