A picture of the year so unbelievable, it has its own Snopes entry
Wikimedia Commons, the repository for educational media content that hosts most of the images used on Wikipedia, has announced its photo of the year.* Nearly 3,500 people chose between 57 images in the final round of the competition. Jason Weingart’s Evolution—a composite timelapse showing the development and frightening expansion of a tornado—took the top prize.….
‘Unfrogettable’ picture of the year announced
Whichever frog pun (or caption) you choose to label it with, the photo above is this year’s Wikimedia Commons picture of the year. It features two Phyllomedusa rohdei, frogs endemic to Brazil, with one stepping on the other’s head, seemingly reaching for something just out of the frame. The photo was taken by biologist Renato Augusto….
Two ravens’ ‘song and dance routine’ wins picture of the year
Wikimedia editors from around the world flew to Jubilee and Munin, two amusing ravens from the Tower of London, in the volunteer-run competition.
In worldwide vote, Wikimedia users select extraordinary picture of the year
1,322 pictures. 56 finalists. One winner. The vote for Wikimedia Commons' picture of the year is over.