in Australia even kangaroo's are starting to act human
/r/picsI go to UVA and I'm in the library and I just saw this
/r/picsHarlem Hellfighters back from WWI wearing the Cross of War medals, taken 100 year age (1919)
/r/picsNYC from an airplane, tonight
/r/picsFirefighter at my local gym paying his respects by climbing 110 floors
/r/picsMy friends dad who lost a bunch of friends on 9/11 it's a hard day for him
/r/picsFirefighters climbing 110 stories in full gear in remembrance of the first responders who gave their lives.
/r/picsAt the 9/11 Museum recently. This one hit hard.
/r/picsTwin Towers circa 1978
/r/picsI made this
/r/picsThe protest in Hong Kong gathered almost 1 million people out of 7 million. This means that in Hong Kong every 1/7 people is fighting for their freedom and rights. This is Just amazing to see.
/r/picsGary Sinise, AKA "Lieutenant Dan" from Forrest Gump with a marine who lost both his legs stepping on an explosive device in Afghanistan. They're outside his 100% mortgage-free smart home from the Gary Sinise Foundation which has raised 150 million for wounded veterans and first responders since 2011
/r/picsRotten Tomatoes gave Adam Sandler a belated birthday present. His comedy special '100% Fresh' is actually Certified Fresh at 90%, and so they gave him a gift for breaking away from most of his work getting bad scores on the site
/r/picsKingfisher diving into a pond
/r/picsThe moment when bush learned about 9/11 at an elementary school
/r/picsThe message my track coach’s husband left her on September 11, 2001
/r/picsThis restaurant in Trondheim, Norway
/r/picsView from my house on the morning of 9/11
/r/picsMagical traditional Japanese gardens, Japan
/r/picsTrakr was a German Shepherd police dog who along with his handler, Canadian police officer James Symington, discovered the last survivor of the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001. For his accomplishments, Trakr was named one of history’s most heroic animals.
/r/picsAfter losing most everything when I was put in foster care, finding this means so much to me I hope it works
/r/picsNobody is born racist
/r/picsThis guy in my hometown is honoring 9/11 by wearing his gear and step climbing
/r/picsThis Beautiful Blue Pit Viper
/r/picsA different kind of 9/11 hero
/r/picsThe view from my desk has a unique perspective...
/r/picsA beautiful mountain path in Taiwan
/r/picsToo cool not to share! Photo by Cesar Caballos Moreno
/r/picsThought i'd put this up for today. Little me on Liberty Island 3 days after 9/11. First day in America.