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New Glass Flooring Across Tower Bridge’s High-Level

1175 New Glass Flooring Across Tower Bridges High Level
Daniella Marchesi walks across the 11 meter by 1.8 meter wide newly installed glass floor 138 feet above the River Thames at Tower Bridge, London, on November 10, 2014, after a £1 million improvement. The floor will allow visitors a view of the bridge lifts and is the most significant change since the Tower bridge Experience opening in 1982. (Photo by John Stillwell/PA Wire)

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Goths and Steampunks Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Whitby Goth Weekend

1173 Goths and Steampunks Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Whitby Goth Weekend
People dressed in a gothic costumes attend the biannual “Whitby Goth Weekend” (WGW) festival in Whitby, Northern England, on November 2, 2014. The WGW festival brings thousands of goths and alternative lifestyle fans from the UK and around the world over a weekend of music, dancing and shopping. (Photo by Oli Scarff/AFP Photo)

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2014 Super Cat Show in Rome

1171 2014 Super Cat Show in Rome
A cat is examined by the jury during the first day of the Super Cat Show 2014, on November 8, 2014 in Rome, Italy. The Super Cat Show 2014, which takes place on the 8th and 9th of November, involves the participation of 800 cats of different breeds from all over the world. (Photo by Giorgio Cosulich/Getty Images)

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Adoptive Mother Connects with Daughter Through Creative Cosplay Portrait Series

In 2012, photographer Kelly Lewis and her husband adopted younger Alice Lewis into their household. Between Alice’s dream of turning into a mannequin/actress, Kelly’s ardour for images, and all the household’s love of cosplay, the trio shortly discovered the mutual floor that may forge a deep bond between Alice and her adoptive mother and father.

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Alice Lewis in a Mother/Daughter Portrait with Kelly Lewis (Photo by Kelly Is Nice Photography)

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Artist Replaces Weapons With Flowers In Historic Pictures

1168 Artist Replaces Weapons With Flowers In Historic Pictures

These sensible collages by French artistic Blick take a stand for pacifism that’s directly highly effective and humorous. The artist took historic photographs depicting troopers on obligation or at struggle and changed their weapons with gigantic flower illustrations, making them look notably pleasant and delicate.

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The Unforbidden Cyclist by Thomas Yang

1167 The Unforbidden Cyclist by Thomas Yang

Image patterning has existed for hundreds of years; however, before Thomas Yang no one has ever thought of putting paint on the bicycle wheels and using it as a patterning tool to create very interesting-looking pictures.

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Portraits of Typhoon Haiyan Survivors

1165 Portraits of Typhoon Haiyan Survivors
Typhoon Haiyan survivor Mariena Delacueva stands amongst the ruins of her families home on November 6, 2014 in San Antonio, Samar, Philippines. Mariena’s looks after the property after her parents moved to Manila to find work so they can save enough money to rebuild the house. Residents of Leyte and surrounds are preparing for the 1-year anniversary since Super Typhoon Yolanda struck the coast on November 8, 2013, leaving more than 6000 dead and many more homeless. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)

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Delirious Frites Installation by Les Astronautes

1164 Delirious Frites Installation by Les Astronautes

The creator of this architectural installation, placed in a deserted alley in the city of Quebec, probably got his inspiration after looking at French fries while being on acid.

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“Quantum of the Seas” – the Most High Tech Cruise Ship

1162 “Quantum of the Seas” – the Most High Tech Cruise Ship
People gather to see the cruise ship Quantum of the Seas which is currently docked at Southampton on October 31, 2014 in Southampton, England. Billed as the world’s first smartship, Royal Caribbean’s Quantum of the Seas is claimed to be the most high-tech cruise ship in the world, with high tech modifications such as virtual balconies in windowless rooms and features such as the first dodgem ride on water, and a skydiving simulator. The ship will shortly begin its voyage from Southampton, where it docked earlier this week, to New York before relocating to the Caribbean for the 2014-15 season. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

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HEXO+: A Flying Camera that Follows and Films You Autonomously

1160 HEXO+: A Flying Camera that Follows and Films You Autonomously
HEXO+ is a flying camera that follows and films you autonomously. Just attach your GoPro to your drone, set your framing in our app and you’re good to go!

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Baby Mammoth Yuka on Display in Moscow

1159 Baby Mammoth Yuka on Display in Moscow
The Yakutian baby mammoth “Yuka” delivered to the Central Artist House before the onset of the Russian Geographical Society Festival. (© RIA NOVOSTI. VITALY BELOUSOV)

The best-preserved mammoth carcass ever to be found, dubbed “Yuka” by scientists, was delivered to the Central Artist House on October 28 before the onset of the Russian Geographical Society Festival.

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Symbolic Vote on Catalan Independence

1158 Symbolic Vote on Catalan Independence
Spanish unionists protest in Madrid against the symbolic independence vote in Catalonia. (© REUTERS/ ANDREA COMAS)

On November 9, the autonomous province of Catalonia is holding a non-binding vote on whether it should remain a part of Spain or strive for independence. The voters are asked two questions: “Do you want Catalonia to become a state?” and “If so, do you want Catalonia to be an independent state?”

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Million Mask March: Hacktivists Against Mass Surveillance

1156 Million Mask March: Hacktivists Against Mass Surveillance
Chances are, this week you saw Guy Fawkes’ visage on the streets, as protesters in 481 cities worldwide participated in the Million Mask March, promoted by internet activist group Anonymous. (© FOTOBANK.RU/GETTY IMAGES)

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No Rat Shall Pass: Cats of the Hermitage Museum

1155 No Rat Shall Pass: Cats of the Hermitage Museum
A cat called Bagira – a graceful miniature panther – rests on a pet bed.

The Winter Palace in St. Petersburg, once home to Russia’s ruling Romanov dynasty, is now the centerpiece of the world-renown State Hermitage Museum; its new tenants are a population of stray cats, who control the local population of mice and rats that threatens the museum’s exhibits. (Photo by www.hermitagecats.ru)

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Best Wildlife Photos of 2014

The winners of the 50th Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition have been announced by London’s Natural History Museum.

1154 Best Wildlife Photos of 2014
Stinger in the sun by Carlos Perez Naval (Spain)

Aware of Carlos’s presence, the common yellow scorpion is flourishing its sting as a warning. Carlos had found it basking on a flat stone in a rocky area near his home in Torralba de los Sisones, northeast Spain — also a place that he goes to look for reptiles. The late afternoon sun was casting such a lovely glow over the scene that Carlos decided to experiment with a double exposure (his first ever) so he could include the sun. He started with the background, using a fast speed so as not to overexpose the sun, and then shot the scorpion, using a low flash. But he had to change lenses (he used his zoom for the sun), which is when the scorpion noticed the movement and raised its tail. Carlos then had to wait for it to settle before taking his close-up, with the last rays of the sun lighting up its body.

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