How Raising Boys Actually Looks Like


A photographer from Arlington, Texas, Sara Easter, has been documenting the day-to-day life of her three sons aged 4, 7 and 9.


“We never match, our house is usually somewhat of a disaster zone,” Easter told POPSUGAR. “There is almost always some level of chaos happening.”


“I want to look back in 20 years and remember what my boys look like with their Saturday morning bed head, after a long day of adventures outside, or in those precious seconds when they are genuinely being nice to each other.”


“I want them to have photos that reflect their childhood, not just bring back memories of the ‘picture shirt’ I made them put on and how they had to actually fix their hair that day,” Easter said.


“It’s so easy to get caught up in cute Pinterest ideas and trends in family photography, but I really want the photographs I give my boys to be timeless. I want them to be a reflection of how I view them, all the little details and ever-changing quirks that I love about them and I think are worth remembering.”


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Make Your Day with This Man And His Dog

This Man And His Dog Inspired The Most Astonishing ‘Twinning’ Trend.

A new trend from Liam Rice. Dog owners pulling the same face as their dogs


When Liam Rice, 24, from the Isle of Man, tweeted his selfies with his husky Luna peopled loved it so much cos Luna has a habit of copying his facial expressions.

“Going viral has just been so bizarre, Liam told Bored Panda. “Usually you see people go viral for actually doing something productive, but all I did was take a picture with my dog and I woke up the next day to a frozen phone (from the notifications). It’s been so lovely though to read all the positive comments and seeing other people with their dogs!

Liam took 200,000 retweets and thousands of people joined him.

Here are some of the responses, just scroll down.


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Urban Walls with a New Life Form

Bicicleta sem freio – a brazilian duo – douglas castro and renato perrerira – individually, and simultaneously created these two colorful murals, ‘facing walls.’ 


Commissioned by st+art India foundation and Sanskriti kendra cultural center.


Curated and produced by global creative house, justkids.


photo credit: akshat-nauriyal


Sea of clouds: The sky and the sea mixed up by Laurent Rosset

Laurent Rosset – Italian-born and Danish-based architect and digital art director – challenges reality!


Amazed by seeing things from planes and different angles, he released ‘sea of clouds’ series of dreamy artworks.



Details and natural beauty blended.



He used photosop of course.


Rosset says,

in this way, the simple beauty hidden behind every single picture, mixed with the other images, could create a complexity in perspective that triggers people to dream.’