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Apparently, This Photo of a Potato was Sold For More Than $1,000,000

That’s a ridiculous amount of money!

Mark Andrew





While nothing looks particularly remarkable about this photo of a potato, you’d be shocked to find out how much it is worth. In fact, Wikipedia included this in their list of the most expensive photos ever sold in the world.

It’s price? Well, this one sold for over $1,000,000.

Entitled “Potato #345 (2010),” the image was actually photographed by renowned lensman Kevin Abosch. He has gained popularity for his use of the “iconic black backdrop” for his photos which, in some way, have become a status symbol among business and showbiz personalities. Nowadays, famous people hire him somewhere around $150,000 to $500,000 for a photo shoot.

“Potato #345 (2010)” by photographer Kevin Abosch was sold for over a million dollars.

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Source: Kevin Abosch

Now how did that potato photo become that pricey, you ask?

A representative from Kevin Abosch’s studio explained:

“Kevin likes potatoes because they, like people are all different yet immediately identifiable as being essentially of the same species. He has photographed many potatoes. This one is one of his favorites.”

Abosch has become one of the most sought-after photographers for business and entertainment elites.

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Source: Kevin Abosch

The photograph was purchased by a rich buyer who is a fan of Abosch’s work. In 2015, they were visiting the photographer’s home in Paris and they spotted the picture mounted on the wall. They expressed interest in it and asked how much it would cost.

The price was €1,000,000 (or $1,083,450 at today’s rates) and the buyer immediately agreed. So far, Potato #345 has become Abosch’s biggest sale of a single image.

For more of Kevin Abosch’s stuff, you can go check out his official website.

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Medieval Age Practices Which Prove Hygiene Wasn’t a Priority Then

From silverware to laundry and taking a bath, these 13 unhygienic practices during the Medieval period will make you thank the heavens you didn’t live during that era.

Ann Nuñez



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Silverware was not a requirement during meals

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Woman Loses Key To Her Chastity Belt, Asks Firefighters For Help

The woman feared sexual violence so she wore a chastity belt.

Kat Lozada



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The middle-aged woman feared sexual violence so she wore a chastity belt.

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Woman Spent All Her Money on Powerball Tickets, Then Sets Up a GoFundMe To Get it Back

Would you donate to this woman who spent all her life savings on lotto tickets?

Mika Castro



Hitting the lotto jackpot worth millions, is something we try our luck with from time to time. You may have tried and bought a ticket just for the heck of experiencing it, and then kinda hoping that you were lucky enough to win right?

However, some people take their lotto very very seriously. How serious? Well a woman named Cinnamon Nicole from Cordova, Tennessee allegedly spent all her family's money to buy Powerball Lotto tickets. The jackpot of almost $1.6 billion was indeed tempting. And eventually, one of the three winners came from Tennessee, but unfortunately it was not Nicole.

So what to do when you just blew all your cash on losing tickets? You can try to ask the internet for some charity. So our lotto-spending heroine setup her Gofundme page asking people for donations to help her and her family get back from their loss.

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