Elliot Wagland
Elliot Wagland is the Group Picture Editor for the Huffington Post UK and AOL

Entries by Elliot Wagland

World Leaders With Man Buns And Mini Fedoras Will Shock And Amaze You

(0) Comments | Posted 16 November 2015 | (21:10)

So, first man buns were a thing and now it turns out mini fedoras for your man bun is now even a bigger thing.

What if world leaders had man buns, then they got the latest hipster accessory for their hair piece?

Well, so you don't have to...

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Kanye West And North West's Photoshop Face Swap Would Give Kim Kardashian An Aneurysm

(2) Comments | Posted 13 November 2015 | (21:16)

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's daughter North is just adorable.

For months now, the world's most famous celebrity couple have been dressing their daughter like a mini Kanye, the chunky gold chain, the DM boots and even his infamous oversized jumpers - the cute little two-year-old...

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2015 National Geographic Photo Contest: 44 Stunning Entries In The World's Biggest Photographic Competition

(0) Comments | Posted 10 November 2015 | (20:51)

The 2015 National Geographic Photo Contest is now open and accepting entries.

The grand-prize-winning image will be published in National Geographic magazine, and the winning photographer will receive $10,000 (USD) and a trip to National Geographic headquarters in Washington, DC, to participate in the annual National...

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La Sagrada Familia Basilica Pictures Capture Final Phase After 100 Years Of Construction

(1) Comments | Posted 28 October 2015 | (14:46)

Work on Barcelona's breathtaking La Sagrada Familia Basilica, designed by visionary architect Antoni Gaudi, has entered its final phase of raising six immense towers that will make it Europe's tallest religious building, surpassing Germany's Ulm Minster.

Presenting the project Thursday, chief architect Jordi Fauli said the...

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National Geographic Lay Bare The Stark Reality Of Climate Change In Haunting Photo Essay

(15) Comments | Posted 20 October 2015 | (17:28)

The November issue of National Geographic is a special, single-topic issue on the subject of climate change. The one-off edition issue looks at how we know it's happening, how to fix it, and how to live with it.

From a natural history perspective, writer Jennifer Holland...

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Boris Johnson Is In Japan And He Just Loves A Photo Opportunity

(1) Comments | Posted 14 October 2015 | (11:29)

Boris Johnson is on a mission in Japan and he's not one to miss a photo opportunity.

The Mayor of London began his Japanese trade mission by waltzing in the aisles of a department store in Osaka.

On his third day in China, Boris visited a cupcake factory,...

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Spectacular Autumn Sunset Lights Up The UK In Pictures

(2) Comments | Posted 12 October 2015 | (14:23)

Most parts of the UK witnessed an incredible autumnal sunset last night.

The unexpected warm weather condition for this time of year is producing stunningly beautiful skies as the sun sets on the country.

Thousands of people across the country took to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to post their beautiful...

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Jürgen Klopp Stars In James Bond 'Spectre' Spoof As German Is Set To Be Named New Liverpool Manager

(3) Comments | Posted 8 October 2015 | (15:23)

Jürgen Klopp is set to be named the new Liverpool manager, which has sent Red's fans into a meltdown.

As such, those clever people at the Bleacher Report made this spoof video of the German in the trailer for 'Spectre', the forthcoming James Bond film.

Brendan Rodgers plays...

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Spectacular Sinkhole Of Epic Proportions Opens Up And Swallows Huge Part Of A Cul-De-Sac In St Albans

(1) Comments | Posted 1 October 2015 | (13:51)

A giant 65ft sinkhole opened up overnight much to the surprise of residents in a tiny cul-de-sac in Batchwood, St Albans.

A Herts police press officer said: "Residents have been evacuated as a precaution and all utility services (such as gas and water) are being checked and turned...

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Rugby World Cup 2015: Prince Harry Watches The England Rugby Team Train Ahead Of Crunch Match Against Australia

(0) Comments | Posted 1 October 2015 | (13:17)

Prince Harry dropped in on the England team ahead of their crunch match against Australia.

England need to beat Australia on Saturday to stand any chance of progressing to the quarter-finals. Harry was seen in deep conversation with Sam Burgess who has just been dropped to...

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Jeremy Corbyn Named GQ Man Of The Year

(1) Comments | Posted 29 September 2015 | (17:32)

Jeremy Corbyn was named GQ's Man of the Year in a surprise poll today after pictures were released of the Labour leader relaxing in his hotel room wearing flip-flops with socks ahead of his leadership speech in Brighton.

In a twist that shocked the fashion world, GQ released a cover...

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Kanye West And North West's Face Swap Is Back And This Time 'Kanye' Throws A Right Strop

(0) Comments | Posted 17 September 2015 | (09:52)

Last week at HuffPost UK we brought you Kanye West And North West's Face Swap Would Give Kim Kardashian An Aneurysm and 'Baby Kanye' is back again.

Kim Kardashian took daughter North along with the rest of her family and celebrity friends to Kanye West's 'Yeezy' fashion show...

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#ForceFriday: Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Fans Queue Around The World As New Toys Are Released

(0) Comments | Posted 4 September 2015 | (14:23)

Force Friday has arrived as Star Wars fans around the globe go into hyperdrive for the new 'Force Awakens' toys.

In a co-ordinated launch with the precision of Han Solo's piloting of the Millennium Falcon, retailers around the globe opened their doors at 12.01am for die hard fans to get...

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12 Spectacular Falls From The World Athletics Championships In Beijing

(2) Comments | Posted 28 August 2015 | (16:08)

After Usain Bolt was accidentally felled by a cameraman after powering to victory in the 200m, we noticed that the Birds Nest stadium appears to have a strange downwards gravitational pull.

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Usain Bolt of Jamaica collides with a cameraman as he celebrates...

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Long Jump Faces Are The New Diving Faces At The World Athletics Championships In Beijing

(0) Comments | Posted 25 August 2015 | (16:23)

Greg Rutherford just won a gold medal at the World Athletics Championships adding to his Olympic, European and Commonwealth titles, which is pretty impressive.

But there's a bigger story here, you've probably seen Diving Faces, Spelling Bee Faces, there's even been Pamplona Bull Run...

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Karim Benzema To Arsenal Transfer: 11 Reasons The Galactico Will Not Leave Real Madrid

(1) Comments | Posted 25 August 2015 | (10:46)

Karim Benzema will not be leaving Real Madrid for Arsenal, It's official.

With just under a week to go in the summer transfer window, speculation is rife about Arsenal's transfer targets and they're being linked with just about anyone.

Manager Arsenal Wenger said after the draw against Liverpool...

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Rolanda Bell Suffers Spectacular Fall During The Steelechase At The World Championships In Beijing

(0) Comments | Posted 24 August 2015 | (11:12)

Panamanian athlete Rolanda Bell suffered the embarrassment of falling headfirst into the water jump during the Women's 3000 metres steeplechase.

Professional steeplechaser Bell was eliminated after the fall in the first round during the World Championships in Beijing but ended up producing these amazing pictures.

"I'm very disappointed because I...

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This Minion Design Flaw Is Really Creepy

(1) Comments | Posted 24 August 2015 | (10:40)

This bubble bath will frighten any child at bath time, so parents beware...

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Hurricane Katrina Photos: Getty Photographer Recreates His Iconic Pictures 10 Years After Devastating Natural Disaster

(1) Comments | Posted 14 August 2015 | (10:56)

It's nearly 10 years since Category 5 Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans and Louisiana. The deadly natural disaster was one of the costliest and deadliest hurricanes in US history, claiming the lives of nearly 2,000 people.

Now, 10 years on, Getty Images photographer Mario Tama has been back to New...

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This Breathtaking 'Whale Whisperer' Picture Just Won The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

(5) Comments | Posted 3 August 2015 | (15:57)


An underwater photograph of divers swimming near a humpback whale taken by Anuar Patjane Floriuk of Mexico, has won the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest grand prize after beating over 17,000 entries.

“The photo wasn’t planned,” Floriuk said. “I was taking...

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