10 Wonderful Things

A snowflake, an army of pandas, a gang of galaxies, a hot dog, a fashionable gentleman, a giant head, an eyeball, a folk death-saint, and a sleepy puppy.

A snowflake stuck on a mitten

A photo by Jessica, submitted to the Boing Boing Flickr Pool: "Snowflakes on my red gloves in front of the red fleece."

An army of Papier-mache pandas

Papier-mache pandas, created by French artist Paulo Grangeon, are seen displayed in front of the Tian Tan Buddha, a major tourist attraction which measures 34 metres (111.5 feet) tall and weighs 250 metric tons, at Po Lin Monastery on Hong Kong's Lantau Island June 10, 2014. The installation arrived in the city on Monday, launching the month-long "1600 Pandas World Tour in Hong Kong: Creativity meets Conservation" organized by a local art organizer, according to the official press release. Photo: Reuters' Bobby Yip

Hubble's latest Ultra Deep Field image

"The dimmest galaxies are more than 10 billion times fainter than stars visible to the unaided eye," writes NASA, "and represent the Universe in the extreme past, a few 100 million years after the Big Bang." Photo: NASA, ESA, et al.

A dog relaxing under a parasol Sao Conrado beach

A dog sits under a sun umbrella on Sao Conrado beach prior to the 2014 World Cup in Rio de Janeiro June 8, 2014. Photo: Reuters' Darren Staples

An attendee at the Council of Fashion Designers

Or perhaps a sneak preview of a particularly imaginative murder from the next season of Hannibal. Photo: Reuters' Carlo Allegri

A face projected onto a giant low-res polygon head

A woman's face is projected in a live image on an art sculpture resembling a head on the third night of the Vivid Sydney light and music festival May 25, 2014. For 18 days beginning on Friday the Vivid Sydney festival will combine outdoor lighting sculptures and installations and is one of the world's largest creative industry forums. Photo: Reuters' Jason Reed

A giant eyeball frightening a child

A child reacts next to an Australian actor of Snuff Puppets theatre company, costumed for "Body Puppets" performance during the "B-Fit in the Street" theatre festival in downtown Bucharest. Photo: Photo: Reuters' Bogdan Cristel

Our Lady of the Holy Death

As submitted by Michele M.F.

A large painting of a medium-sized sea monster

A visitor poses for photos with a 3D installation at a media preview of the Trick Eye Museum at the Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore June 6, 2014. The museum, which features paintings and optical illusion installations, opened to the public on Sunday. Photo: Reuters' Edgar Su

A sleepy puppy

Photo: Soggydan Benenovitch, via the BB flickr pool

Published 6:53 am Mon, Jun 16, 2014

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