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A Closer Look at Nikon’s New Phase Fresnel (PF) Lens Technology

Weighing just 1.66 pounds, Nikon’s newly announced 300mm f/4 is the world’s lightest 300mm full frame prime autofocus lens. It’s also the first Nikon …

13 quirky London cafés you must visit this winter

Gwyneth Paltrow and the cult of kale

Nutritious, if not always delicious, kale has had a bold makeover. Now Hollywood fame beckons<p>It’s a sure sign that a foodstuff has moved from fad to fashion to mainstream when it turns up in a high street sandwich chain. Much-touted trends such as kimchi and kidneys (and all offal, for that matter) …

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Anne van Galen designs fashion accessories for a "world with endless rainfall"

<b>Dutch Design Week 2014:</b> graduate designer Anne van Galen has created this series of protective headgear and accessories for inhabitants of a …

Kayaker Lars Lämmler tackles the rapids on Norway's raging Rauma River http://on.natgeo.com/1tuDP53 Photograph by Ciarán Heurteau

Inside Lucian Freud's Kensington home

Lucy Davies explores the home where the uncompromising, controversial figure of British art died<p>Wedged between the rib-like iron railings outside a tall terraced house in Kensington Church Street, London, are four flagstone steps made crooked by age. Since they were built in the 1740s, countless …

Top 5 views of the Taj Mahal

You can keep your Sydney Opera House, your St Basil's Cathedral, even your Golden Pavilion. For me, there is simply no contest when it comes to naming the most beautiful building in the world. It is, without a shadow of doubt, the Taj Mahal.<p>More than 3 million people each year pour into Agra to see …

Our All-Time Favorite Volcano Pictures

National Geographic digs into its archives to find the most stunning and surprising photographs of volcanoes around the world.