“I See Sea” by Dmytriy Dokunov: Frozen Black Sea

“I See Sea” by photographer Dmytriy Dokunov. The frozen Black Sea. Scene of action: Odessa, Ukraine; January, 2012.

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The Titlis Cliff Walk

The Titlis Cliff Walk in the Swiss Alps took five months to build and is thought to be Europe’s highest suspension bridge, at a stomach-turning 9,800 ft (3,000 m) above sea level.

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Rare and spectacular view of Saturn

Rare and spectacular view of Saturn by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft, taken while the spacecraft was in Saturn’s shadow. Also captured in this image are two of Saturn’s moons: Enceladus and Tethys.   Can you see them?    Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute

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December 21, 2012: Why the World won’t End

Watch this video to learn why NASA Science says not to worry the world end on the 21/12/12 coming Friday. The world is safe from solar flares, rogue planets and other imagined disasters!    Watch the video…


Deformed Skulls discovered in a Mexican Cemetery

Deformed skulls discovered in a Mexican cemetery close to the small village of Onavas, south Sonora. It’s the first pre-Hispanic cemetery of that area, dated 1,000 years ago.

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Incredible Shots of the Exotic Peacock Spider

On a walk around the bush in Australia, entomologist Jurgen Otto came across a tiny insect he’d never come in contact with before—the Peacock Spider. As can be observed through these collection of photos, the spider peacock’s performance involves revealing its colorful extensions.

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Meticulously Cut Leaves Collected from an Autumn Snowfall

Artist LadyTinuz has collected and cut away at leaves found amidst an ivory Autumn snowfall for her modest Fall-ing Leaves series.

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Ice Flowers of the Arctic Sea

These Ice Flowers of the Arctic Sea floating over a thinly frozen sea. They are very rich in salt and bacteria, and very hard to observe and pick.    Image credit: Matthias Wietz.

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Water and Bonsai

Makoto Azuma takes Bonsai to another, higher level.

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New Spectacular Star Trails by Lincoln Harrison

Lincoln Harrison spends up to 15 hours in tumultuous wintery conditions to get the perfect shot of a naturally luminous and active starry night. The dedicated photographer documents the natural fireworks in the night sky, aided by the earth’s rotation and time, that are invisible to the naked eye.

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Brilliant Examples of Landscape Photography

Sometimes you can see seashores or man-made objects like buildings in these photographs.

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Beautiful Water Drops By Mr Farts

Nature photography is a wide range of photography displaying natural elements such as landscapes, wildlife, plants, and close-ups of natural scenes and textures. Hello guys today we featured a very amazing photographer MR Farts.

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The first River in an Alien world

This is the first ever image of a 250 mile river in an Alien world. Captured by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft shows a vast river system on Saturn‘s largest moon Titan.     Left: A river in Titan. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASI    Right: Nile river. Image credit: NASA

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Satellite Observes the once-in-a-Lifetime12-12-12

On December 12, 2012 has been a special one for many people who enjoy numerology. The date 12-12-12 is the last major numerical date in this century, for those using the Gregorian or Christian calendar.   Image credit: NASA/NOAA GOES Project/Dennis Chesters

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When Lava Meets Ocean by Tom Kualii

Spectacular series of images titled “When Lava Meets Ocean” by photographer Tom Kualii, from Hawaii…


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