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Cool Capture: Flying High

Posted By Emily Bibb on Nov 25, 2016 at 2:12AM

This picture makes us want to take to the skies, or at least lie in the park all day! Caught in the moment, these birds were captured by Instagram user zivanod and submitted using the #CoolCapture hashtag.

Have you been testing out your photography skills and snapped a shot you want to share? Submit your pics to our Cool Capture group or to Instagram with the #coolcapture hashtag, and your pic might be featured on the POPSUGAR Tech homepage. And don't forget to follow @popsugartech on Instagram!

221 Upcycling Ideas That Will Blow Your Mind

Posted By Emily Co on Nov 5, 2016 at 12:01PM

If you're the type of person who hates to throw anything away, then turn your unwanted items into gorgeous DIY projects. After all, one person's trash is another's treasure, right? Get inspired by these DIY ideas for ordinary household objects.
Photos: Sarah Lipoff

A Good Day to Die Hard: Bruce Willis Is Getting Too Old For This Schtick

Posted By Maggie Pehanick on Nov 23, 2016 at 6:59PM

Bruce Willis returns as tough-as-nails New York City detective John McClane in the unnecessary new chapter of the Die Hard franchise, A Good Day to Die Hard. When John finds out his estranged son Jack (Jai Courtney) is being held prisoner in Moscow, he packs his bags intending to rescue him. Little does he know that Jack is actually carrying out a mission for the CIA. Once John inadvertently foils the operation, Jack's task to rescue a political prisoner (Sebastian Koch) soon becomes their task. It's a basic plot that soon devolves into elongated, stunt-filled action scenes, blatantly manufactured emotional moments, and predictable plot twists.

Even when forced to work with partners, John McClane has always been a lone wolf. This time, rather than running from someone, he's running toward his son, who, after a rocky childhood, happens to want nothing to do with him. Their troubled relationship takes a backseat to the action sequences, but when emotional moments do show up, they're schlocky and generic. At first, the headstrong Jack is furious to see his father, but wouldn't you know it, he slowly warms up to the old man. Jack's got the smarts, and John has the ability to fearlessly stand amid gunfire and wield a machine gun. They make a great team — if only they had better material to work with. Find out what else I thought of A Good Die to Die Hard when you read more.

Cool Capture: End of the Line

Posted By Ryan Roschke on Nov 25, 2016 at 5:38PM

Sometimes you just need to get away and listen to the waves, you know? This looks like a great place to perch and enjoy the motion of the ocean. We happily found this peaceful spot after Instagram user zivanod submitted it using the #CoolCapture hashtag!

Have you been testing out your photography skills and snapped a shot you want to share? Submit your pics to our Cool Capture group or to Instagram with the #coolcapture hashtag, and your pic might be featured on the POPSUGAR Tech homepage. And don't forget to follow @popsugartech on Instagram!