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Lost in Space by Scott McCook

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“Lost in Space by Scott McCook Another shot from the Icecream dunes found north of Perth Western Australia.”
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Gaining Clarity by Anne Schneidersmann

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“Gaining Clarity by Anne Schneidersmann Lakeside sunrise in Bavaria by Anne Schneidersmann Anne Schneidersmann: Photos”
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Comp Stompin' by Jesse Summers

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“Comp Stompin' by Jesse Summers Tree of wonderTree of hope Tree of 500px votes.... Figured a shot of this tree is compulsory now that I live in Wanaka!Any NZ shooters out there?”
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El descanso del coloso by Gustavo Tavío

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“El descanso del coloso by Gustavo Tavío Atardecer en una de los mejores rincones de Tenerife donde la naturaleza se muestra tal y como es sin la intervención de la mano del hombre, quizás su acceso tan difícil lo hace posible...”
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The Faceoff by Tula Top

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“The Faceoff by Tula Top Available for purchase hereFollow me on FacebookSorry for the black sidebars, but the square crop options on the original were just horrendous.”
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Fire on hands.....

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A good day to Spend time in reflection and introspection

A good day to Spend time in reflection and introspection | My Photo | Scoop.it
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35 Extremely Creative Photos and Photo Manipulation Examples

35 Extremely Creative Photos and Photo Manipulation Examples | My Photo | Scoop.it
“Creative photos you never seen before. There are hundreds of creative photos & photo manipulation artwork publish on deviantart, flickr and other networks every day. However when it comes to finding the right photo; one can easily spend hours...”
Via Jean-Jacques Roland, juandoming, Javier Sánchez Bolado, Sonia C. Alonso
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Two new Jupiter-sized extrasolar planets found, each orbiting one star of a binary-star system

Two new Jupiter-sized extrasolar planets found, each orbiting one star of a binary-star system | My Photo | Scoop.it
Astronomers at Keele University have found two new Jupiter-sized extra-solar planets, each orbiting one star of a binary-star system.Most known extra-solar planets orbit stars that are alone, like our Sun. Yet many stars are part of binary systems, twin stars formed from the same gas cloud. Now, for the first time, two stars of a binary system are both found to host a ``hot Jupiter'' exoplanet.The discoveries, around the stars WASP-94A and WASP-94B, were made by a team of British, Swiss and Belgian astronomers. The Keele-led WASP-South survey found tiny dips in the light of WASP-94A, suggesting that a Jupiter-like planet was transiting the star; Swiss astronomers then showed the existence of planets around both WASP-94A and then its twin WASP-94B. Marion Neveu-VanMalle (Geneva Observatory), who wrote the announcement paper, explains: "We observed the other star by accident, and then found a planet around that one also!"Hot Jupiter planets are much closer to their stars than our own Jupiter, with a "year" lasting only a few days. They are rare, so it would be unlikely to find two Hot Jupiters in the same star system by chance. Perhaps WASP-94 has just the right conditions for producing Hot Jupiters? If so WASP-94 could be an important system for understanding why Hot Jupiters are so close to the star they orbit.The existence of huge, Jupiter-size planets so near to their stars is a long-standing puzzle, since they cannot form near to the star where it is far too hot.They must form much further out, where it is cool enough for ices to freeze out of the proto-planetary disk circling the young star, hence forming the core of a new planet. Something must then move the planet into a close orbit, and one likely mechanism is an interaction with another planet or star. Finding Hot-Jupiter planets in two stars of a binary pair might allow us to study the processes that move the planets inward.Professor Coel Hellier, of Keele University, remarks: "WASP-94 could turn into one of the most important discoveries from WASP-South. The two stars are relatively bright, making it easy to study their planets, so WASP-94 could be used to discover the compositions of the atmospheres of exoplanets".The WASP survey is the world's most successful search for hot-Jupiter planets that pass in front of (transit) their star. The WASP-South survey instrument scans the sky every clear night, searching hundreds of thousands of stars for transits. The Belgian team selects the best WASP candidates by obtaining high-quality data of transit light curves.
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Stunning Sumatran... by bigcatphotos UK

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“Stunning Sumatran... by bigcatphotos UK If you would like to see more of my big cat images then please visit my website bigcatphotographyThis is a magnificent male Sumatran Tiger.”
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Love From The Universe by Elia Locardi

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“Love From The Universe by Elia Locardi One of the most wonderful things for me about photography is the power an image has to instantly transport me into a memory, and in this case, it brings to life all of the feelings I had...”
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Photos of the Day: Autumn at the Waterfall

Photos of the Day: Autumn at the Waterfall | My Photo | Scoop.it
“Autumn has descended on the Squaw Rock Waterfall in this tranquil photo. Squaw Rock lies in the South Chagrin Reservation, just outside Cleveland. Debbie DiCarlo first picked up a camera in the 1960s.”
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As Folhas Que o Outono Leva ao Chão by Danilo Faria

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“As Folhas Que o Outono Leva ao Chão by Danilo Faria The cascading falls that precedes "The Subway", known as the "Archangel Falls". Thank you all for your support and feedback!”
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Anastasia by Evgeny Kuznetsov

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wave by Vitaliy Sokol

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“wave by Vitaliy Sokol Willyam Bradberry © Vitaliy-Sokol.comA tropical beach paradise with closing surfing wave Vitaliy Sokol: Photos”
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Unconditional love

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12 Before And After Photos That Reveal The Beautiful Transformations Of Autumn

12 Before And After Photos That Reveal The Beautiful Transformations Of Autumn | My Photo | Scoop.it
“Autumn is the season of transformation, in nature as well as in people‘s lives. The first whiff of chilly wind and the first falling leaf reminds us of the transience of those careless sunny summer days.”
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Colorful Abstract Forms Created By Dropping Pigments in Water [PHOTOS]

Colorful Abstract Forms Created By Dropping Pigments in Water [PHOTOS] | My Photo | Scoop.it
“Color and water can create some of the most captivating images. New York-based artist Kim Keever decided to explore this and create a series of mesmerizing abstract photographs of colorful paint pigment as it falls and forms in water. Keever creates her images by dropping paint pigment into a large aquarium tank of water and […]”
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