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21 Intriguing Pictures of Payphones

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Unless you live in London, payphones in most places are rapidly disappearing. When you can find one in the United States, they’re often covered in graffiti or used gum, standing broken and unusable. But still, payphones can evoke a bit of nostalgia, and in their own way they can be quite intriguing to photograph.

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Valiente † – Portraits of a Grandfather by Glorianna Ximendaz

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Glorianna Ximendaz was born in 1992 in Costa Rica and grew up with two inspiring role models, her grandparents. ‘They helped the sick, the homeless, prostitutes, alcoholics and abused children,’ Glorianna writes. Their commitment to supporting the weak and vulnerable influenced Glorianna personally as well as professionally.

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Free Clover Wallpaper for March (St. Patrick’s Day)

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This photo of clovers by Christopher O’Donnell placed first in the 2011 Nature’s Colors Contest and was published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine. He’s offering it as a free wallpaper for a variety of resolutions and devices. This would be a perfect wallpaper for the month of March and St. Patrick’s Day.

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30 Pictures of Soldiers Returning Home

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Soldiers are trained to be tough, but even the most resilient soldiers miss their families and homes. After a long deployment, solder-family reunions are some of the most beautiful and emotional scenes a photographer can capture, whether that family is an overjoyed spouse, a mob of children, or just a happy dog.

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20 Charming Pictures of Ground Squirrels and Chipmunks

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Ground squirrels and chipmunks look so similar that they’re often confused with each other–or, at least, they’re both called chipmunks. You can tell the difference between the two mostly by their size (chipmunks are smaller) and by the markings on their heads: chipmunks have stripes across their faces, while ground squirrels have no stripes, only white circles around their eyes.

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