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15 Restaurants In Unforgettable Settings

  From high in the sky to under the sea, these 15 restaurants with unique surroundings are a feast for the eyes. Whether you’re stepping into the past or gazing as far as the eye can see, these restaurants are sure to provide a memorable dining experience for your next meal....
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Visualizing WiFi Signals Through Color and Photography

  Luis Hernan uses long exposure photography and an instrument called a Kirlian Device to try and visualize the wifi signals all around us. On his project website Digital Ethereal, Hernan explains: The Kirlian Device is an instrument designed to reveal qualities of wireless...
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Depictions of Architectural Density in Hong Kong I Michael Wolf

  Born in Munich and now living in Hong Kong, award-winning photographer Michael Wolf has focused his career on capturing life in mega cities. Many of his projects document the architecture and vernacular culture of metropolises. Wolf grew up in Canada, Europe and the United...
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11 Buildings with Funny Faces

1. Photograph by J. Luc (jili’m on Flickr) 2. Photograph by Steve Reed on Flickr 3. Photograph by Bill Kennedy (Le Fromagier Extraordinaire on Flickr) 4. Photograph by Rami Taibah 5. Photograph by Sergio Morchon (Dr. Jaus on Flickr) 6. Photograph by Lauren Manning on Flickr 7....
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This Timelapse of Clouds Looks Like Rolling Ocean Waves in the Sky

    In this remarkable timelapse by Alex Schueth, we see Undulatus asperatus clouds rolling through Lincoln, Nebraska on July 7, 2014. The clouds look like rolling ocean waves in the sky and the effect is greatly enhanced when viewed as a timelapse. Be sure to change...
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Most Perfectly Timed Photos Ever II

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100,000 LED Lights I Panasonic

  Kids often find pleasure in the little things, and as we grow older we forget why those things meant so much. I remember begging my parents to let me stay up late during the summer so I could run around outside and try to catch fireflies in a jar with holes poked in the...
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Beautiful Black and White Architecture Photography I Joel Tjintjelaar

  Joel Tjinjelaar is a fine art photographer specializing in black and white long exposure photography. An IT Project Manager by trade, Joel studied criminal law but always dreamt of being an architect. Through photography, Joel has found a nice substitute for an unfulfilled...
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Historic Moments Blended Into Present Day Situations – Know Where You Stand I Seth Taras

  Seth Taras is an award-winning artist and photographer from the United States. Back in 2004, Taras created a campaign for the History Channel entitled, Know Where You Stand. The campaign blends historic moments into present day situations. From the famous photo of Hitler...
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Reimagining the Door

  Austrian artist Klemens Torggler is reimagining the door. His designs are based on rotating squares without the use of tracks. The door displayed in the video above (and images below) is entitled Evolution Door. The two halves of the door are attached by pivots at the...
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Finding the Locations of Popular Movie Scenes I Christopher Moloney @ FILMography

  FILMography (FILM + photography) is an ongoing project by Christopher Moloney (@Moloknee) where he finds the actual locations of popular movie scenes and takes a composite image of the movie scene in front of the real-world location it was shot at. Moloney, a journalist...
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Vienna Time Lapse I Cinematographer Christian

  A short time lapse movie with images I made the last few years. I used several techniques, most of them are dolly track shots, some hyperlapse pictures and some pans are made with the Syrp Genie. Have fun watching the video. Not to forget, the song is REVOLVE by cinematric...
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The Black Marble: Earth at Night

  On December 5th, 2010 scientists unveiled an unprecedented new look at our planet at night. A global composite image, constructed using cloud-free night images from a new NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) satellite, shows the glow of natural...
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