【画像】 田中瞳アナ、「割れ目」突き出し場面に浮上した“まさかの疑惑”に視聴者騒然

yyu「モヤモヤさまぁ~ず2」(テレビ東京系)で、さまぁ~ずと同局の田中瞳アナが神奈川県・湯河原町を訪れた。温泉街をぶらりと散策しながら人気のハンバーガーショップなどを巡る中、ある突発事態が起きたのは、お座敷遊び体験ができる湯河原芸妓屋組合に訪れた時のことだった。
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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10342240.html

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Trying to Understand the Mysterious Russian Soul with Amazing Photographs of Sergey Kolyaskin

Daily moments of life on photographs of Sergey Kolyaskin – master who has his own school of photography, who had fifteen personal exhibitions and published two photo albums, participated in numerous contests, being a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia and the Russian Geographical Society.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/trying-to-understand-the-mysterious-russian-soul-with-amazing-photographs-of-sergey-kolyaskin/

【動画】 45歳バイト芸人TAIGAの生き様に視聴者涙 世界トレンド入り

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この日のテーマは「40歳過ぎてバイトやめられない芸人」で、オーディションを勝ち抜いた10人の売れない芸人が現状を笑いを交えて語った。


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345594.html

河北麻友子、結婚相手の正体が判明 「実は芸能活動をしていて・・」

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顔の下半分しか見せていないものの確かにイケメンオーラは感じるし、結婚相手を知る芸能プロ関係者も笑いながらこう語る。


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345614.html

息子の分を注文しない家族。女性店員の機転が虐待されていた11歳少年を救う(アメリカ)

女性店員の機転が虐待されていた少年を救う

女性店員の機転が虐待されていた少年を救う /iStock

 子供は例え虐待を受けていてもその事実を隠そうとする。加害者が親であればなおさらだ。見捨てられることを極端に恐れており、我慢してしまうのだ。だが時にそれが致命的な被害を生むこともある。

 アメリカ・フロリダ州にあるレストランの女性店員(ホールスタッフ)は、ある違和感から家族で食事に来ていた子供の状況をいち早く察知した。

 その両親は自分たちの料理は注文しても、息子の分は注文しなかったのだ。店員は少年にこっそりメモを見せることで、両親から虐待を受けていた11歳の少年を窮地から救った。『WFTV9 abc』などが伝えている。 続きを読む

SOURCE: http://karapaia.com/archives/52298519.html

今泉佑唯と結婚報告のマホト、UUUMから契約を解除される コレコレの告発受け「概ね内容を認めました」

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YouTuber・ワタナベマホトの所属事務所であるUUUMは22日、同日付でワタナベとの契約を解除したことを発表した。


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345612.html

Artist Pays Homage to Possibly the Biggest Icon of The 21st Century with His ‘Tribute’ Project

Max Siedentopf is a London based multi-disciplinary conceptual artist working across video, photography, sculpture, creative direction and everything in-between and is the founder of the of the art publication ORDINARY.

According to an artist: ““TRIBUTE” pays homage to possible the biggest icon of the 21st century. Easily comparable to famous icons from the past such as Marilyn Monroe or the Mona Lisa, no one else has had more influence on contemporary visual culture such as Kim Kardashian. Described by The New York Times as “the queen of selfies”, Kim Kardashian has shaped and reinvented over the past decade what self-portraiture is today. Her images are omni-present and have become an integral part of today’s pop culture.

As the ultimate homage to this 21st century icon, I have decided to pay the biggest tribute I physically could. Over several weeks I have dug a tunnel which spans over many meters into the earth. It’s almost impossible to find the end of it, seemingly going all the way to the center of the earth. The inside of the tunnel is built as a hall of fame, plastered with some of Kardashian’s most iconic portraits, forever celebrating her image.”

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/artist-pays-homage-to-possibly-the-biggest-icon-of-the-21st-century-with-his-tribute-project/

Elephant Hotel: The Prime Example of Novelty Architecture in 1880s

Novelty architecture, also called programmatic or mimetic architecture, is a type of architecture in which buildings and other structures are given unusual shapes for purposes such as advertising or to copy other famous buildings without any intention of being authentic.

h/t: vintag.es

Their size and novelty means that they often serve as landmarks. They are distinct from architectural follies, in that novelty architecture is essentially usable buildings in eccentric form whereas follies are non-usable, ornamental buildings often in eccentric form.

Utility buildings and “novelty structures” are the red headed step-children of architecture – Like the Elephant Hotel, a 10 room hotel built in 1885. Intended to be one of a menagerie of buildings in the Margate City project in Atlantic City, New Jersey.




SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/elephant-hotel-the-prime-example-of-novelty-architecture-in-1880s/

The Lost Art of Cassette Design: 1980s

Steve Vistaunet’s photgraphs of cassette spine designs take us back to pressing ‘play’ and ‘record’ on to make compilation mixes.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/the-lost-art-of-cassette-design-1980s/

【動画】 ピーチ機妨害で逮捕の奥野淳也被告、取り調べでもマスク着用を拒否 「マスク拒否おじさんなので着けません」 

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ピーチ・アビエーションの機内で、マスクの着用を拒否して運航を妨害したとされる男が起訴された。


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SOURCE: http://blog.livedoor.jp/gunbird/archives/10345598.html

Grizzly Bears Among Stunning Finalists of National Parks Photo Contest

Two grizzly bears fighting, a group of bison plowing through a field of snow and the stars lighting a hiking trail are among the pictures selected as the 20 finalists in a photography competition showcasing images from US national parks. All 20 images were the winners of the first ever annual Nature’s best Photography National Parks Photo competition and were the top 20 placed images chosen from more than 3,000 entries.


‘Grizzly Bears’: This stunning photo by Thomas Vijayan shows the brutality of nature as two grizzly bears duel in Katmai National Park, Alaska.

More: Nature’s Best Photography, Facebook


‘Bison in Hayden Valley’: A group of determined bison slowly make their way through a field of snow in this striking competition entry from Cindy Goeddel. She took the picture in Yellowstone National park, Wyoming.


‘Star Trails Over Chester Park Hiking Trail’: Brian Wright managed to capture this incredible image in Canyonlands National Park, Utah, and his photo was selected as a finalist in the competition.


‘Snake River Overlook’: Kristin Lindsey was selected as a finalist in the photography competition for this incredible landscape shot of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. ‘A four-thirty early morning wakeup call was entirely worth it to capture this sunrise as it unfolded,’ she said.


‘Yosemite Falls’: Elliot McGucken, who captured this picture of a waterfall in Yosemite National Park, was selected as one of the finalists.


‘Second Beach’: Harry Lichtman’s photograph of a beach reflected in some water on Olympic National Park, Washington, is another of the 20 finalists.


‘Redwood National Park’: A hiker wanders through Redwood National Park, California, in Julia Rao’s entry into the competition.


‘Cadillac Mountain Summit’: Harry Lichtman took this stunning landscape picture in Acadia National Park and his photograph has been selected as one of the competition finalists.


‘Great Horned Owl’: Three owls sit perched inside of a tree in this picture captured by Irene F Greenberg in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.


‘Double Arch’: Kevin Kobinsky’s photograph taken in Arches National Park, Utah, is one of the 20 images selected as a finalist in the Nature’s best Photography National Parks Photo competition.


‘Little River’: Kristin Lindsey’s photo, which was taken in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee, is another of the 20 competition finalists.


‘Osprey’: Carlos A Carreno managed to take a snap of this family of birds in their nest at Everglades National Park in Florida. His image has been selected as one of the competition finalists.


‘Potomac River’: One of the finalist images selected in the Nature’s best Photography National Parks Photo competition is this shot by Steve Alterman in Great Falls Park, Virginia.


‘Stockdolager Rapid’: Kerrick James managed to capture this action shot while sat on a raft in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona.


‘Red Fox’: A red fox’s attention has been peaked by something as it stares down off of a rock in Melody Lytle’s finalist photograph, taken in lake Clark National Park, Alaska.


‘Desert Bighorn Sheep’: These sheep stand precariously on the side of a cliff in this finalist entry from Garret Suhrie. He took the picture in Zion national Park, Utah.


‘Elk With Calf’: Susan Propper’s competition entry captures the beauty of an elk interacting with its calf in Rocky Mountain National Park.


‘Mesa Arch Sunrise’: Yimei Sun took this photograph in Canyonlands National Park and it has been selected as one of the finalists in this year’s Nature’s best Photography National Parks Photo competition.


‘Horsetail Falls’: This valley in Yosemite National Park, California, was snapped by Kevin Shi and picked as a finalist in the photography competition. Kevin, of San Diego, California, said: ‘The ‘Firefall’ is one of Yosemite’s most well-known, amazing spectacles. Once each year in early February, the setting sun hits Horsetail Falls and illuminates the upper waterfall. Hundreds of photographers and tourists gather along the Merced River to witness this phenomenon.’


‘Pronghorn’: Genevieve Farrell Rudock took this portrait-esque photo of a pronghorn in Wind Cave National park, South Dakota and it has been chosen as one of the finalists in this year’s Nature’s best Photography National Parks Photo competition.

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/01/grizzly-bears-among-stunning-finalists-of-national-parks-photo-contest/