There’s a lot of fluff on the internet these days. It’s not that we don’t like cute cat videos and hilarious memes, but it’s nice to see something with some substance every once in a while. That’s why we put together this list of 15 powerful photos that will connect with you on a deeper level. Enjoy!

1. “A school organized a tour to an old age home and this girl found her grandmother there.”

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2. “This is John William Waterhouse’s ‘The Soul of the Rose.’ The cross stitch artwork took me 4 years.”

3. “‘I want to play baseball.’ My daughter said. ‘Get dressed and meet me outside.’ I replied. She put on her best dress for our first game.”

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4. “My grandmother (front) and her sister in the late ’40s. Photobombing is a classic art form.”

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5. “I painted a cottage on a penny.”

6. “We got a puppy 2 weeks ago. Today I left him for the first time to start college classes and my boyfriend sent me this.”

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7. “My aunt found a sunflower field where each flower is almost twice as tall as she is. She’s 5’8”.”

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8. “A professional guitarist’s fingers at the end of a tour.”

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9. “I used to be an avid hiker until a spinal tumor left me partially paralyzed. 5 years of recovery later, I hiked my favorite mountain to recreate this old picture.”

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10. “In 1976, my dad (at age 18) snuck out of my grandparent’s house in California and took a bus for 36 hours just to go bull riding in Texas.”

11. “The first photo of my drone. The purchase was totally worth it.”

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12. “My friend photobombed my wedding picture 4 years ago. A few weeks ago, I got him back.”

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13. “I successfully diagnosed a bad part in my parent’s washing machine, watched a YouTube video on how to replace it, bought the part, and installed it. Believe it or not, but it worked!”

14. “A dying father fulfilled his last wish to walk his daughter down the aisle on her wedding day. He passed away 5 days later.”

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15. “I’m a 13 y.o. with a love for photography. Here’s a picture of a sunflower outside my house. It’s not exactly groundbreaking but I like it.”

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