35 Most Striking Photographs Taken In 2014

With a new year just around the corner, probably it’s the best time to look back at the year's most dramatic and astonishing moments that you may have missed in 2014. So for your inspiration today we have complied breathtaking series of photographs featuring some of the most amazing, wonderful, bizarre and striking events around the world.

Our today’s round up also includes thought-provoking news stories that have inspired us and shocked us in 2014. Let us check out 35 most incredible and striking photographs taken in 2014, don’t forget to vote for your favorite one in the comments below.

1.) Jen Bricker poses on Santa Monica beach on September 25 in Los Angeles, California. Jen, 27, was adopted at birth after being born with no legs due to a genetic birth defect.

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2.) A front view of Shockwave getting ready to launch down a track in Ontario, Canada. 

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3.) Eight-year-old Kaleem shows his abnormally large hands in his hometown in East India

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4.) Giant ash clouds erupt from Mount Sinabung volcano as villagers watch on November 3 in Karo district in Indonesia.

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5.) Participants build castells of human towers during the 25th Castells Competition on October 5 in Tarragona, Spain

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6.) A high wave hits the bank of Qiantang River in China’s Hangzhou, Zhejiang, province on Aug. 13. 

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7.) The rotating updraft base of a supercell thunderstorm, and a rear flank downdraft containing rain and hail, backlit by the setting sun on May 10 in Climax, Kansas.

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Coworkers Uses Stuff Around Their Office To Recreate Famous Works of Art

Employees and Coworkers at Squarespace, Francesco Fragomeni and Chris Limbrick have found the most creative way to break their office routine and boredom. The duo decided to spend their extra time recreating famous work of art with the only stuff found around their workplace for ongoing fun project titled "Fools Do Art".

Some other coworkers at Squarespace have also joined this amusing project and receiving idea submission from all over the world.  Fragomeni and Limbrick have few rules in mind, only use objects found within the office and use their smart phones to done any type of editing.

The Girl with the Pearl Earring” by Johannes Vermeer, 1665

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Lady and the Unicorn: Sight,” c. 1500

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Blonde Beauty” by Walt Otto, circa 1950′s

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Mona Lisa” by Leonardo da Vinci, 1503-1506

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The Son of Man” by Rene Magritte, 1964

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20 Strange Hotel Rooms You’ll Want to Spend A Night

Most of us like to stay in a hotel with a contemporary design and luxury brand. But there is no lack of thrill and adventure seekers who prefer rather unusual, unique and strange hotel rooms that may offer them a unique living experience. So for those who are actually seeking for adventure below we have a list of some of the most amazing, unusual and unique hotel rooms you’ll want to spend a night!

1. Cocoa Island in The Maldives Islands

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Cocoa Island in The Maldives Islands

2. Hotel de Glace, Canada

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3. Tree House Hotel, Sweden

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Rebecca Szeto Transforms Everyday Paintbrushes Into Awe-inspiring Portraits

Rebecca Szeto, a San Francisco-based artist creates awe-inspiring miniature portraits out of used paintbrushes. Szeto uses the handle of everyday paintbrush and carves them into human form, she then paints gorgeous and colorful faces she calls, “paintbrush portrait.”

“These works play with notions of re-forming beauty and value. “I use humble, end-of-life, mass-produced materials inspired by my experience as a faux finisher,” Szeto said.

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Majestic And Graceful Photos of Animal Migration

It is always unique and awe-inspiring to see hundreds of thousands of animals migrating in search of new places. Some animal species travel vast distances for a variety of reasons including extreme weather, better food and warmer habitat. Animal migration is not only important for our natural ecosystems but these incredible journeys also give us a chance to see how majestic and graceful animal migration can be.

For your inspiration below we are going to showcase you some of the most breathtaking, majestic and graceful photos of animal migrations. Take a look and don’t forget to vote for one you like the most!

 White Ibis

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50 Shades of Ray" in Baja, Mexico

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Fireflies In Japan

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White Pelicans In Mississippi

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Greater Flamingoes In Yucat√°n Peninsula

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