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September 25, 2017

Interview: Powerful Portraits of the Different Indigenous Cultures Found in Asia

Scottish travel photographer Daniel O'Donnell is embarking on a journey to discover local cultures through India, Nepal, and Southeast Asia. Setting foot on these areas of the world for the first time, O'Donnell is focusing his work on capturing life in mountainous, rural areas. Currently in Kathmandu, he's just completed his travels in India and sent us a preview of what he discovered during his journey through Kashmir.

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September 25, 2017

576 Border Collies Gather in One Amazing Shot to Break a World Record

A post shared by Kayla Munro (@kaylamunro) on Sep 24, 2017 at 3:00am PDT Founder of the Facebook group Border-Collie Owners South-Australia, Yvonne McGrath, had a dream: to convene the greatest assembly of Border Collies the world has ever seen. That dream came true when 576 Border Collies gathered with their owners last Sunday at Willaston Oval, outside Adelaide in South Australia.

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September 25, 2017

Photographer Captures the Unique Beauty of 500 Women Around the World

There are many projects that aim to explore concepts of beauty around the world, but perhaps none so dedicated and comprehensive as The Atlas of Beauty. After almost four years of traveling continuously around the world, photographer Mihaela Noroc's portraits of women around the world are being published in a new 352-page book. We've been following her work for years, as she moves everywhere from Afganistan to Tibet, shooting portraits of women who embody the unique beauty of their cultures.

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September 23, 2017

If Music Sends Shivers Down Your Spine, You Have a Special Brain

If a good beat sends shivers down your spine, you may have a unique brain. According to research published by Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, people whose bodies respond to music have structurally different brains than the rest. In these individuals, the auditory cortex communicates more efficiently with those brain areas associated with emotional processing.

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