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sharks finding nemo photography A Photographer Found the Shark From Finding Nemo off the Coast of Florida
Via: EW
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Remember that friendly shark in 'Finding Nemo' who swore never to eat fish again in his life?  They found him!

And by "they found him" we mean, someone took a picture of a shark whose horrifyingly sharp teeth form a large, menacing grin. 


via caters news

Okay, the smile does look a little goofy. A retiree named Kenneth “Wayne” MacWilliams apparently captured this off the coast of Florida and shared it with Caters News Agency. Apparently this is a lemon shark, the "friendliest" of sharks. 

2015 baby names list is out and people are naming their baby's after instagram filters
Via: Time
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The parenting site BabyCenter.com gathered data from more than 340,000 parents in the world, it said, though the findings are unofficial.



Along with Lux, Instagram filter names Ludwig, Amaro, Reyes, Hudson and Kelvin have also increased in popularity for boys, while Juno, Valencia and Willow jumped in popularity for girls.

BabyCenter.com, the pregnancy and parenting site also said names of planets and characters on the hit TV show Empire were trending this year. The name Royalty also jumped 88% in popularity for girls.

Here is BabyCenter.com's top 10 most popular names for both genders this year:



Jackpot of the Day: Man Buys $5 Million 'Billy The Kid' Photo at Thrift Store For $2
Via: ABC News
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This guy just found the "holy grail of Western Americana," and he only paid $2 for it.

Randy Guijarro of Freemont, California purchased a 4x4 tin photograph from an antique shop back in 2010. Little did he know, he was now in possession of the second confirmed image of bandit Billy the Kid.

The photograph shows Bill the Kid playing croquet with a group of his friends. According to a firm specializing in Western Americana, the image could be worth as much as $5 million.

That's what we call a good buy!

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Via: CNN
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And then it rained Skittles, and they all rejoiced.

Navy photographer Ignacio Perez captured the above image Tuesday of the USS John C. Stennis passing through a rainbow in the Pacific Ocean.

“As a photographer I am used to documenting operational events like aircraft launches and recoveries,” he told CNN. “But when I saw the rainbow I was excited because it was different. I knew the odds of the ship passing near another rainbow were pretty slim.”

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This shot of five photographers (remember when that was a profession that only a few could enter?) on a New York City rooftop in 1920 might be the earliest instance we have of what would be considered a modern selfie. Self-referential meta-photography was born with the selfie itself, apparently, as there's also a shot of the photo being made:

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