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2017 Sony World Photography Best Photos Will Take Your Breath Away

It’s that time of the year again when Sony announces the shortlist of the best photos competing in the biggest photography contest in the world. As always, these include best shots not only by professionals but by amateur photographers as well.

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It’s the tenth Sony World Photography Awards and this year it managed to outpace the record-breaking last year’s event and gathered photographers from 49 countries; with the shortlist being drawn from 227,596 images, entered from 183 countries, including for the first time Armenia, Cuba, Iceland, and Saudi Arabia.

The winning photographers will be announced on 20 April, with the overall Photographer of the Year scooping a $25,000 cash prize plus some goodies from Sony.

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Food Photographed With An Electron Microscope by Caren Alpert

If your hobbies range from food to art to science, they might seem incompatible at first not to Caren Alpert, though, who combined all of those and presented some stunning microscopic food photographs. The series, called Terra Cibus, were created with an electron microscope, which helps to reveal the side of our food we don’t normally get to see.

A San Francisco-based fine art and commercial photographer says that she was first attracted to microscope photographs because of their mystery and familiarity at the same time. This medium deconstructs, abstracts, and reveals the ordinary in a riveting way, explains Caren and goes on to say that eventually she started seeing both the food and the consumers as a part of a larger ecosystem. [Read more]

To be more specific, the artist used the scanning electron microscope (SEM). It is a type of electron microscope that produces images of a sample by scanning it with a focused beam of electrons. The electrons interact with electrons in the sample, producing various signals that can be detected and that contain information about the sample’s surface topography and composition. The range of magnification may range from 30x to as high as 500,000x.

Caren is currently having an exhibition of her work at the Citigroup Center in New York which will be available till November 31st.


Blueberry: 19x Magnification

Chocolate Cake: 320x Magnification

Purple Onion: 230x Magnification

Shrimp Tail: 230x Magnification

Sugar in the Raw: 15x Magnification

Star Anise: 14x Magnification

Red Cabbage: 27x Magnification

Red Licorice: 20x Magnification

Banana Skin: 210x Magnification

Table Salt: 45x Magnification

Fortune Cookie: 150x Magnification

Kiwi Seed: 320x Magnification

Coffee Bean: 80x Magnification

Sun-Dried Tomato: 250x Magnification

Lifesaver: 17x Magnification

Raisin: 35x Magnification

Pop Tart: 450x Magnification

Vitamin C: 50x Magnification

French’s Fried Onion: 300x Magnification

Oreo: 15x Magnification

Cake Sprinkles: 65x Magnification

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Our 9 Favorite Feature Stories This Week: Anonymous, Revenge Porn, And A Farewell To Joan

This week for BuzzReads, Ryan Broderick introduces the women who are fighting to criminalize revenge pornography. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed and around the web. BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { if (BF_STATIC.bf_test_mode) localStorage.setItem(‘posted_date’, 1409936536); }); BF_STATIC.timequeue.push(function () { document.getElementById(update_posted_time_3438166).innerHTML = posted on + UI.dateFormat.get_formatted_date(1409936536); });

1. The Revenge Porn Fixers – BuzzFeed

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This week’s hack of celebrity nudes may be the most high-profile example of revenge porn – humiliating women by spreading private photos. A dedicated group of activists, led by the mother of a victim, has been pushing for more aggressive laws, but can this really be stopped? Read it at BuzzFeed.

2. How Municipalities in St. Louis County, Mo., Profit from Poverty – The Washington Post

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Ferguson exposed racial tensions in St. Louis to the rest of the world. But discrimination in Missouri goes much deeper: St. Louis County’s unique political geography, heightened class-consciousness, and the regrettable history that created both have made the St. Louis suburbs especially prone to a Ferguson-like eruption. Read it at The Washington Post.

3. The Masked Avengers – The New Yorker

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David Kushner with an inside look at Anonymous: Anonymous might be the most powerful nongovernmental hacking collective in the world. Even so, it has never demonstrated an ability or desire to damage any key elements of public infrastructure. Read it at the New Yorker.

4. The Forsaken – Rolling Stone

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Many gay teens from religious families are excommunicated and cut off when they come out. Alex Morris reports on this horrifying, growing crisis. Read it at Rolling Stone.

5. Kristin Beck Is A Different Kind Of Transgender Pioneer – BuzzFeed

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Lady Valor, the documentary that follows the former Navy SEAL’s life after coming out as a trans woman, pushes the envelope of trans representation. In this interview with Adam B. Vary, Beck reveals she wouldn’t have it any other way. Read it at BuzzFeed.

6. The End of Neighborhood Schools – NPR

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After Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans turned to charter schools to fix its school system. Then a strange thing happened: Amid all of this, in the past five years, the city has posted the largest, fastest improvement in test scores ever produced in an urban public school system. Read it at NPR.

7. How to Get Into an Ivy League College-Guaranteed – Bloomberg Businessweek

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Can an algorithm tell high school students exactly what they need – what GPA, what SAT score, what extracurriculars – to get into any college? One San Francisco business is betting on it. Read it at Bloomberg Businessweek.

8. How Empire Records Became The Unlikely Film Of A Generation – BuzzFeed

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Engineered to be the teen-movie equivalent of the mid-’90s alt-rock zeitgeist, Empire Records flopped in the theaters, only to become a cult classic a generation later. For the first time, the people who made the movie talk about how it came together, why it bombed, and how it found its second life. Read it at BuzzFeed.

9. Joan Rivers Always Knew She Was Funny – New York

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The comedian died this week at 81. In this fantastic 2010 profile, Jonathan Van Meter pinpoints what made her so very great: Expect nothing and you won’t be disappointed. This is the mantra of the pessimist and the persecuted alike, the preemptive strike of those who tend to paint the picture a little blacker than it is. And then there is Joan Rivers, the orneriest creature ever to darken Hollywood’s door. Read it at New York.

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Beginner DSLR Photography basics: Aperture and depth of field guide

Beginner guide to aperture and Depth of Field.

If you want to get a blurry background, or take a landscape that is sharp from to back, then watch this video.

This video tries to explain the basic principle of aperture.

What it is.

What it does

How its used

The effect it has.

Different lenses have different apertures, so please bear that in mind, you lens may not go to f/1.4 or f/22.

Also, I havent talked about diffraction in this video. This is when a lens starts to loose sharpness due to a narrow aperture. This is often seen on lenses at f/11 to f/16 or above, so try not use any higher than f/16 if you can help it.

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10 More Bizarre Mysteries

There is a reason Sherlock Holmes is the most portrayed literary character in film and television; everybody loves a good mystery. From simple puzzles to enigmas that run a chill up our spines, we love to wonder. In a world mapped by satellites and rendered into binary code, we relish the idea that there are still things we don’t understand. Below are ten exceedingly strange mysteries, from creepy tales of death and mayhem to the great unknown at the edge of the universe.


We’ll begin the list with something lighthearted on our eventual journey into darkness. Samuel Wilberforce was a British clergyman who rose eventually to become Bishop of Oxford. In 1859, Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species, advancing the theory of evolution. There was a tremendous backlash from the church, especially Wilberforce, and a debate was staged in 1860, wherein both parties would argue their points. Darwin was too sick to attend, and sent acolyte Thomas Huxley in his place. Wilberforce and Huxley locked horns, and while neither definitely won the debate, most would say that Huxley came out on top, even causing a religious woman to faint with this statement: I am not ashamed to have a monkey for an ancestor but I would be ashamed to be connected with a man who used his great gifts to obscure the truth.

Besides his career in the service of the church, Wilberforce was fond of writing, and riddles in particular. When he died in 1873, he left this one behind. No one knows the answer.

Sweetest of sound, in orchestra heard,

Yet in orchestra never have been,

Bird in light plumage, yet less like a bird,

Nothing in nature has ever been seen,

On earth I expire, in water I die,

Yet I run, swim and fly,

If I cannot be guessed by a boy or a man,

A girl or a woman I certainly can!

The clues are highly intriguing, and several theories have been put forth (perhaps most notably, that he was referring to a whale), but the answer most certainly died with the Bishop. [Note: perhaps the answer is a whistle . . . you heard it first at Listverse!]

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In November of 1970, hikers came across the charred, battered body of a woman in Norway’s Isdalen Valley. The body was surrounded by sleeping pills (many of which had been ingested) and bottles of gas. Her fingerprints were sanded off. She was later linked to a pair of suitcases found in a train station in Bergen; police found all the labels in her clothes had been removed. They also found 500 German marks, a prescription bottle for lotion (with the doctor’s name and date torn off), and a diary with coded entries. Her autopsy indicated dental work performed in Latin America. It was eventually discovered that the woman had traveled throughout Europe using different fake names. There were other clues; witnesses reported her in different wigs, changing hotels frequently, and speaking multiple languages.

Information on the case is scant and hard to come by; a witness came forward three decades later, claiming to have seen the woman in the forest followed by two men in black coats, saying the police told him to keep quiet when he initially reported what he’d seen. It is generally assumed that the Isdal woman must have been some sort of spy; 1970 would have been a ripe year for undercover activities in the Cold War. Despite one of the most massive investigations in Norwegian history, the woman’s identity will likely forever remain a mystery. Curiously-and very creepily-this tale bears a striking resemblance to the Taman Shud case in 1948 which also involved an unknown victim (above) with tags removed from his clothes, a coded diary, and a suitcase turning up in a train station abandoned. That case is also still unsolved.


In 2003, a tiny humanoid skeleton was found in near a churchyard in a Chilean ghost town. Barely six inches long, with a terribly malformed skull, the skeleton (nicknamed Ata) was initially thought to be some kind of alien. The specimen was turned over to Stanford University, where a battery of experts studied it. DNA evidence quickly revealed Ata was in fact a human boy, having died within the last few decades. However, the skeleton remains quite mysterious; it seems to show development consistent with a six year old, and only has 10 ribs to the typical human 12. Researchers believe that Ata was either a very tiny dwarf, or that he suffered a disorder like progeria, which caused him to age rapidly while still in the womb. Others posit that Ata was merely stillborn or aborted (the force of which could have distorted the body). Further tests may reveal Ata’s ultimate fate.


In the wake of the Civil War, many Americans headed west, away from the strife of battlefields and burnt cities. If they happened through Kansas and stayed at the inn run by the Bender clan, they were taking their lives into their hands. The Benders were Germanic (the parents barely spoke English, and the children with an accent), and that is about all that is known of their history. The Benders moved to Kansas in 1870, and established a small inn and general store. There were 4 of them; John Bender Sr., who was 60, Ma Bender, 55, and their children, John Jr., of around 25, and Kate, around 23. What their actual names were, and what their true relationship was to each other (few believe that they were actually blood related), will probably never be revealed.

Travelers often carried with them every dime they had, and the Benders soon realized they could grow rich robbing their guests. They arranged a setup wherein guests would sit at the table beneath a trap door. When they least suspected it, the male Benders would sneak up behind them, bludgeon them, and then slash their throats. A drop through the trap door, and the body could be stripped and robbed. Soon corpses began mounting up in the area. At first, the local Indian tribe was blamed, but the when a man and his infant daughter vanished in 1872, his neighbor launched a full scale investigation, and the focus soon landed on the Benders. Suspicions mounted, but before anything could be done, the Benders vanished.

A search of the cabin revealed the bloody room beneath the trap door, and nine bodies were found buried on the grounds. It is unknown what the true body count was, but it is probably safe to say there were some corpses that were never found. The story was the rage of the day, and souvenir hunters soon claimed pieces of the cabin for their own. The Benders were mentioned in passing by Laura Ingalls Wilder, author of Little House on the Prairie. She reported stopping in their store, and claimed her father was involved in the manhunt for the family, although her account has been called into question.

Despite a $3,000 reward (an astronomical sum for the day), the Benders were never found or brought to justice. There are dozens of accounts of their eventual fate, with some saying they were caught by vigilantes or committed suicide, others saying they were caught under different names, and still more saying they escaped completely. The Benders are long since dead now, and where their sinister path took them is lost to history.

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In the late 1820s, two men in Edinburgh, Scotland, began a grisly cottage industry. William Hare (who owned a boarding house), and William Burke were Irishmen who became friends. When a tenant at Hare’s house died, the pair sold his body to Ediburgh University. They quickly realized they could make a pretty penny doing this, but unfortunately bodies were in short supply. So they decided to create some of their own. All told, they killed 16 people, mostly by smothering, and sold their wares to a Dr. Knox at the University. One day, a tenant at Hare’s boarding house found a body and went to the police. They managed to dispatch with the corpse before the police arrived, but Burke & Hare’s crime spree was over.

Hare turned over on his accomplice in exchange for his freedom. Burke’s fate would mirror that of his victims; after his execution, he was dissected in public. Hare vanished, never to be seen again.

But the story doesn’t end there. Shortly after the murder spree, a young boy playing in a cave in Edinburgh came across a collection of carved wooden dolls in a cave. There were 17 in all, about the size of a finger, each secreted in its own tiny coffin. It didn’t take long for people to realize that the dolls greatly resembled the victims of Burke & Hare in both number and appearance. DNA tests on the macabre toys against the remains of Burke yielded no results. Only 8 of the 17 are still known to exist; they can be seen at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh. Just who created these morbid effigies, and what they were meant to represent, will never be known.


Between 1976 and 1977, an unidentified killer stalked the roads of sleepy Oakland County, Michigan, abducting and killing at least four children, two girls and two boys: Mark Stebbins, 12, Jill Robinson, 12, Kristine Mihelich, 10, and Timothy King, 11. Mark was strangled and sexually assaulted with an object. Jill was killed by a shotgun blast to the face, Kristine was smothered, and Timothy suffocated and assaulted in the same fashion as Mark. Each child had been held captive for several days before being murdered, and laid out neatly where they were meant to be found. Jill Robinson was found within view of a police station. The killings resulted in a mass paranoia in the area; children were rarely left alone for a second, and at least one innocent man was beaten for the mistake of talking to a child.

A massive investigation heralded several suspects, but no solid case has ever been built. Recently, some have come to believe noted serial killer John Wayne Gacy has been implicated in the murders, but it seems unlikely, as it did not match his modus operandi of raping and killing older teenage boys. In 1978, the killing stopped cold.

Perhaps the most chilling aspect of the case was a letter written by Timothy King’s mother in the Detroit News. Marion King begged her son’s captor to let him go so that he might return home and enjoy his favorite meal, Kentucky Fried Chicken. When the boy’s body was found, an autopsy showed that the killer had fed him fried chicken.

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After hearing of the mellified man, you may take your tea with something other than honey for a few days. Ancient Chinese writings tell of an Arabian process wherein elderly men near death would subsist on a diet of nothing but honey. Soon, his excrement and his sweat would be entirely comprised of honey. The man would soon die from this rather unhealthy practice, and his body would be placed in a stone casket full of honey. After a century or so of aging, the substance is gathered up and used as a medicine, particularly for the healing of broken bones.

There are very limited accounts of mellified men, the most notable coming from Chinese pharmacologist Li Shizhen, in his Bencao Gangmu. Although honey is known to never go bad (edible honey has been found in the tombs of pharaohs dead thousands of years), and to have noted antimicrobial properties especially a protein dubbed defensin-1, the effectiveness of this medicine is debated. Whether the story is mere legend, or whether this vile medication ever existed, is unknown. Few senior citizens seem willing to come forward and duplicate the experiment.

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Most ghostly phenomenon can be divided into two categories: outright deceit and misidentification. The liars will spin all manner of tall tales, manipulate film and video, and generally do anything to create attention. Then there are those who genuinely believe they have experienced something paranormal; but there are so many things which might lead you astray . . . a black shadow in the corner of your eye, the settling of an old house, a mouse scratching in your wall. And once the paranoia starts, everything is suspect. Many so-called haunted places feature a prevalence of infrasound, a low frequency sound that the human ears can’t hear, but which we unconsciously detect. Infrasound is often present in the event of catastrophic events, such as volcanos erupting and the growls of carnivorous animals. However, it can also be produced by sources as innocuous as heating ducts or ceiling fans. Sensing infrasound inspires a dread you cannot understand.

However, cameras are not subject to deep-rooted human survival instincts, and there is no shortage of ghost photos in the world. Today, even an amateur understanding of editing software like Photoshop would allow you to create ghost photos more compelling by far than those produced in the past. Even when photography was in its infancy, techniques such as double exposure could allow for some malfeasance. But there are several images that have been captured by photographers that would have no reason to manipulate their shots, that have been examined by experts and deemed genuine, unexplainable depictions of the afterlife. Some, like The Back Seat Ghost (top), Freddy Jackson (middle), and The Ghost of Boot Hill Cemetery (bottom) are truly chilling and without explanation.


Since the general acceptance of the big bang theory, we tend to think of the universe as constantly expanding from a single core, an explosion like a firework. But there are more forces at hand, some far beyond our understanding. Gravity drags us in all directions . . . as the moon is drawn inexorably in orbit around the earth, so too is the earth by the sun. But there is a force far more powerful at work, one beyond the pale of human comprehension.

The Great Attractor is in defiance of everything we have come to understand. It is a gravitational anomaly some 150-250 million light years distant that is drawing the Milky Way galaxy toward it at 14 million miles per hour. To exert that kind of pull, The Great Attractor would have to possess the mass of tens of thousands of galaxies, and yet astronomers have been unable to find anything matching that description. Even an enormous black hole would be a drop in the bucket in comparison. We may never truly know what the Great Attractor is; even at the breakneck velocity in which we’re pulled toward it, it would take many thousands of human lifetimes to arrive.

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The Hinterkaifeck murders are one of the most chilling and mysterious crimes in German history. The Gruber family was composed of Andreas, his wife Cazilia, their widowed adult daughter Viktoria, and her children, little Cazilia and Josef. They also had a maid named Maria Baumgartner in their employ (poor Maria only worked one day before she was killed; the previous maid had left because she believed the house was haunted). They lived on a little farmstead called Hinterkaifeck, around 40 miles from Munich.

Andreas reported some mysterious circumstances to neighbors in late March of 1922; he’d seen a set of footprints leading from the forest toward his farm, but none heading back. Even stranger, he heard footsteps in his attic and found a strange newspaper. A set of housekeys went missing. And then, on March 31, the entire family was murdered in the barn, one by one, with a pickaxe. They were found a few days later. It was determined that whoever had done the killing remained on the farm for awhile; the neighbors saw smoke from the chimney, and the animals were fed. While police initially believed the motive was robbery, they dismissed the idea when a large amount of cash was found in the house.

To this day, no one knows who murdered the Grubers. The Munich Police Department investigated for decades, but no suspect was never brought to justice. Some believe the killer was Viktoria’s husband Karl Gabriel, who’d been branded killed in action during trench warfare during World War I. Karl’s body was never found.

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This Abandoned Nursing Home In Upstate New York Will Give You The Creeps

There are plenty of urban explorers out there who are constantly investigating new and bizarre places and uncovering the weirdest things. However, very few of them match up with the skills of an anonymous explorer who goes by the nickname Freaktography. While there are so many photo sets of his we could show you, today we want to dive into this creepy exploration of an abandoned nursing home in upstate New York

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While the exact location of this nursing home is a mystery, Freaktography tells us it was built about 100 years ago and originally served as an area hospital.

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The building originally took up an entire city block and was renovated over time to allow for more patients.

During the 1960s, the facility was converted from a hospital to a nursing home.

However, in the 1990s, the facility ran into financing issues and was forced to close its doors.

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For the last 20 years, it has sat abandoned and alone as nature has slowly tried to reclaim the land.

Locals have been trying for years to get the building designated as a historic landmark to save it from the wrecking ball.

However, so far at least, their attempts have failed.

While the fate of the building is tied up in bureaucracy, scrappers have taken hammers and axes to the building, stripping it of most of its valuable metal.

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DigitalRev TV’s Photographers’ Guide to Hong Kong

Over the years, DRTV has unwittingly caught the wanderlustful eye of many a traveler. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of recommended Hong Kong locations for photography geeks and GAS sufferers alike!

The Complete List


Possession Street

SoHo Mid-Level Escalators

Gage Street

Stanley Street

Sheung Wan:

Kai Wong Building

Wing Lee Street (only when it was in its good old time)

Wan Chai:

The Pawn

Lockhart Road

Causeway Bay:


Mong Kok:

Tung Choi Street (aka. Ladies’ Market)

Portland Street

Sham Shui Po:

Ap Liu Street

Tim Ho Wan Restaurant

Other random but nice places:

Sha Tin

Sai Kung

The Peak

Tsim Sha Tsui:

The harbour front

Avenue of Stars/Bruce Lee statue

Nathan Road

Chung King Mansions

9 Days / 9 Maiali


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Champagne Court

Serenade Restaurant

Star ferry

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14 Children’s Book Titles That Perfectly Describe Your Sex Life

When The Giver takes on a whole new meaning.

We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community what children’s book titles best describe their sex lives. Here are the painfully truthful results.


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Jeff Bridges Is The Greatest Actor Of Our Time. But Could He Also Be The Greatest Photographer? Yes.

Aside from being an amazing actor, Jeff Bridges is also a pretty damn goodphotographer. Since he was a kid, Bridges said he always had an interest in photography. Sadly as his acting career took off, Bridges’photo hobby took a back seat. Seeing this, his wife Sharon gave him a camera as a belated wedding gift. From then on Bridges started carrying his camera around again. He even brought it with him on set when he was making films. In 1984 while filming Starman Bridges said he got the idea from a costar to make a photo book for the case and crew. Since then, he says, that at the end of everyfilm he works on, he makesthe cast and crew a small photo bookas a token of appreciation. In 2006 he published a photo book for the public with his favorite pictures. Below isa sampling of some of these amazing behind the scenes photos.

Tron (1982)

Tucker (1988)

The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989)

The Fisher King (1991)

Texasville (1990)

Fearless (1993)

Blown Away (1994)

The Big Lebowski (1998)

Arlington Road (1999)

K-pax (2001)

‘Seabiscuit’ (2003)

Iron Man (2008)

Crazy Heart (2009)

TRON: Legacy (2010)

True Grit (2010)

Glorious. Here, have some more Jeff Bridges.

Jeff plays the keyboard.

Jeff implores you to wear Marc O’Polo.

Jeff with his wife Susan have been married for 37 years.

Sexy Jeff Bridges from the late 70’s.

The dude rocks.

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