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Ski Trip essentials - Fashion and my Fellows

As I write this I’m headed out to Washington to do a little cross-country skiing and snowshoeing! It’s been a few years since I’ve skied but I used to go every year! That being said I do mostly know what…

50 Perfectly Timed Photos That Will Make You Look Twice

If owning a camera makes someone a photographer, then everyone who owns a frying pan is a chef. The art of photography is not about pushing a button on an

Perfect Moment White Ski Suit - Mia Mia Mine

I had the most amazing time in Jackson Hole and it was nothing short of magical. Here's where to stay, what to eat and my favorite activities

Orca Kissing the Sun | Photography Print

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These Photos Were Taken At The Most Perfect Moment

Even the abundance of cat pics and wholesome posts isn’t enough to hide the fact that the internet isn’t just about making people smile. When you enter the realm of beauty on social media, you have to prepare not just for artistic and aesthetic photos but also for what lies beneath the surface—society’s barely constrained desire to look ‘perfect’ at all times and how damaging unrealistic beauty standards can be.


With all the cameras and smartphones out there, it's no surprise that, once in a while, someone captures a truly bizarre once-in-a-lifetime photo. Whatever you want to call them – forced perspectives, optical illusions or pictures taken at just the right angle – these pictures are brilliant and hilarious because they totally twist your perception of what is real. They've captured just the right split-second moment and from just the right angle to fool your brain.