Celebrating World Photography Day with these pictures
- August 19 marks the celebrations of World Photography Day
- Looking back at 7 of the strangest and weirdest pictures we've ever seen
Whether it's to stand in front of the camera or behind the lens, everyone loves to play around with the camera. From the perfect picture of the clouds during the rains to the waves hitting the shore, we've all channelised our inner ameature photographer every time we step out. August 19 is celebrated as World Photography Day that gives photographers a chance to share their creativity with the world. The celebrations of this day originate from the invention of Daguerreotype; a photographic process that was developed by Joseph Nicephore Niepce and Frenchman Louis Daguerre in 1837. But it was on August 19 when the French Government purchased the patent and announced the invention to be a gift to the free world.
We found 7 of the weirdest, strange and funny pictures on the internet that will probably never have an explanation. Celebrate the World Photography Day with these pictures.
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Irrespective of what people might say, this is undoubtedly one of the weirdest and creepiest pictures we've ever seen.
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This picture went viral when it was first shared on social media. With cops at an accident site, it's the picture of a smiling man with a sewing machine that people still don't have an answer to.
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This family never realised they were accompanied by a special guest during dinner.
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Without a shadow of a doubt, this is one of the cutest pictures we've ever seen.
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Scotland's capital, Edinburgh hosts the world's largest creative celebration, the Fringe Festival. The Scottish Parliament also exhibits the winner of the World Press Photo competition. This year's winner will be chosen by an independent jury that review more than 78,801 photographs.
Are you celebrating World Photography Day as well?