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This Might Be the Best Lightning Storm Timelapse Ive Ever Seen

“Transient” is a new short film by storm chaser and timelapse photographer Dustin Farrell. Compiled from storm chasing adventures this past summer, most lightning footage was captured in uncompressed raw at 1000 frames per second with a Phantom Flex4K. Farrell chased storms for over 30 days this summer, travelling nearly 20,000 miles in the process. On Vimeo he adds: “Lightning is like a snowflake. Every bolt is different. I learned that lightning varies greatly in speed. There are some incredible looking bolts that I captured that didn’t make the cut…

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The 10 Best Halloween Costumes of 2017 (So Far..)

With the actual date for Halloween falling on a Tuesday, most of the parties and shenanigans took place this past weekend. Below you will find our top 10 best Halloween costumes for 2017 to date. If you’ve seen Halloween costumes that you think should be added to the list let us know in the comments! Happy Halloween everyone! 10. The Rock Pebble Photograph by @ravenchiara on Instagram 9. The Nickleback Meme Photograph via mattylayne on reddit 8. Life-Size Hobbit Photograph by thegreatjordino on reddit 7. Fragile Millennial Photograph via @5thyear…

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If there Was a Crappy Design Hall of Fame these Would be the First Inductees

At the reddit community of /r/CrappyDesign you will find all text in Comic Sans, heavy hits of turquoise, and gradients galore. Boasting 720,000 members, the community provides a daily reminder that crappy design is everywhere, from products to advertising. Below you will find 15 designs so crappy, well just see for yourself. [via /r/CrappyDesign] 15. This Rotating Billboard Video via throatfrog 14. The Audio Clip in this Textbook Photograph via j0m1n1n 13. The Maze on this Kids Menu Photograph via MyBoener 12. Hard Hats, Because Safety Comes First Photograph via…

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Local Seattle Gas Station Sign Has the Best Messages Ever (21 Photos)

4 lines. 17 characters per line. Updated weekly. Back in 2005, the local Chevron gas station in Seattle’s Wallingford neighbourhood converted their auto repair shop into a convenience store. Their outdoor sign—once used for service promotions and store specials—became redundant with the inside of the store already plastered with signage. So the owners decided to have fun with the outdoor sign instead, and the @WallingfordSign was born. Funnily, the weekly sign message has become so popular it has become a more effective marketing tool for the gas station than anything…

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