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Saving Taiwan’s Rainbow Village

To view more photos and videos from Taiwan’s Rainbow Village, explore the 彩虹眷村 Rainbow Village location page.

In the hills outside Taichung in western Taiwan, a tiny village shines with bursts of color.

Every day, an elderly veteran—known locally as Grandpa Rainbow—adorns the walls of a former veterans’ retirement home with colorful paintings. His work has led to the town’s nickname: Rainbow Village. The village is under threat of demolition for development, but locals continue to petition for the relics to remain while avid Instagrammers travel to see Grandpa Rainbow’s intricate handiwork.

A Korean hotel in the shape of a giant pottery collection.

One of the beach houses is painted like the Arizona Iced Tea bottle. 

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Stunning photos from some of the world’s most remote tribes before they pass away (Above: Kazakh ,Mongolia)

Photographer: Jimmy Nelson

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(1) Six Flags Jazzland in New Orleans, LA (post-Hurricane Katrina)

(2) Pripyat, Ukraine (post-Chernobyl nuclear disaster)

(3) Gulliver’s Travels Park in Kawaguchi, Japan

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(beautiful photo taken by a US astronaut during the government/NASA shutdown)
Storm clouds over Ghana, as seen from the International Space Station

(beautiful photo taken by a US astronaut during the government/NASA shutdown)

Storm clouds over Ghana, as seen from the International Space Station

Many little girls like to dress up as Disney princesses. Instead, photographer Jaime Moore dressed up her 5-year-old daughter as real and inspiring women throughout history.

Susan B. Anthony (above), Amelia Earhart (middle), Jane Goodall (bottom).

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"Gorgeous Photographs of Destroyed Theaters" by Julia Solis

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