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Are you prepared? Ultimate Burning Man packing list: 75+ items to bring to Black Rock City: http://bit.ly/15QuN1l

Extremely Detailed Close-Ups of Van Gogh’s Masterpieces

The Google Art Project is a collaboration with museums large and small, classic and modern, world-renowned and community-based from over 40 …

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Winners of the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

<b>First Place Winner: Dig Me River</b><p>It's finally time to announce the winners of the 2013 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest! Out of more than 15,500 entries, this year's first place winner is Wagner Araujo for this energetic black and white shot of the Brazilian Aquathlon (swimming and …

China's rainbow mountains - in pictures

The Danxia scenic area in Gansu province, north-west China, is a landform of reddish sandstone that has been eroded to create unusual rock formations

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013 shortlist - in pictures

The Royal Observatory Greenwich has announced the shortlist for the 2013 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition. Photographers captured spectacular sights from across our solar system, the galaxy and beyond – from stunning auroras in the Earth's atmosphere to frenzied storms on the sun and …

Even despite what happened to Asiana Flight 214, Matt Hershberger tells you "Why flight is still the best form of travel": http://bit.ly/110qLpj Photo by B737TheAirliner

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This Is What It Would Look Like If You Dropped Manhattan Into the Grand Canyon

Smeared skies, Lake Ontario | Canada (by Matt Molloy)

<b>Smeared skies, Lake Ontario | Canada</b> (by Matt Molloy)

17-Year-Old Daydreamer's Surreal Escape

Belgium-based photographer Ian Komac captures and creates surreal scenes both in nature and indoors. The 17-year-old photo enthusiast has been honing his craft from a young age, continually growing his skill set in photography and photo manipulation. Following the completion of his final school …

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If you don’t have video in your content mix, you’re missing out. It’s simpler to make than ever, ...<p>November 1, 2017<p>Want to know how to make …

Sinkholes: When the Earth Opens Up

The ground beneath our feet, our cars, our buildings, appears to be incredibly solid. But, rarely, that solid ground can simply open up without warning, dropping whatever was above into an unpredictably deep.hole. Sinkholes can be anywhere from a few feet wide and deep, to two thousand feet in …

Stunning Shots of Fly Geyser, Nevada's Hidden Treasure

As you all know by now, we love finding extraordinary destinations off the beaten path like Lake Baikal in Siberia. Today, we bring you another one which can only be described as surreal or otherworldly. Fly Geyser (or Fly Ranch Geyser) is a a small geothermal geyser that is located approximately …

Ian Komac’s surreal photography

Royal Photographic Society exhibition winners

<b>The winners of this year's Royal Photographic Society (RPS) International Print Exhibition have been announced and include work by both professional and amateur photographers.</b><p>The RPS exhibition has been held 156 times since it began in 1854 and this year attracted nearly 5,000 entries from 1,285 …

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Prismatic Layers of Air in Tuscany

Though not much is known about photographer Adnan Bubalo, his stunning nature and landscape photos speak for themselves. His most captivating works feature the hills of Tuscany in central Italy. With its spectacular rolling hills and surrounding scenery, Tuscany is one of Italy's top vacation …

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From the colourful streets of Venice through the wilds of Utah to Iceland’s northern capital, these travel photos from the past seven days make for one remarkable journey. Which is your favorite? http://www.bbc.com/travel/slideshow/20130712-our-favourite-images-of-the-week?OCID=fbtvl

Sunning in Sicily this summer? From active volcanoes to black sand beaches, don’t miss these hot spots: http://www.bbc.com/travel/feature/20130702-mini-guide-to-sicilys-beaches?OCID=fbtvl

Did you know that this is how close the Great Pyramids are to the city of Giza? Photo by Ahram Miser: http://bit.ly/18QxS8H

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Andrea Marshall: Queen of the Manta Rays | Nat Geo Live

Ziplining in the Swiss Alps - hells yeah or hells no? Photo by Essa Gallery: http://stunningpicz.blogspot.com/2013/04/ziplining-in-swiss-alps.html

Watch and Listen to the Surprisingly Noisy Death of an Iceberg

Iceberg cracks can be louder than noises produced by supertankers, study says.<p><b>The birth of aniceberg can be violent. When they are sloughed off glaciers, these calving chunks of ice are accompanied by shotgun cracks of sound and crashing waves.</b><p><b>Once loose, icebergs drift out to sea, at the mercy of</b> …

A thin strip of land separates where these two bodies of water meet in Eleuthera, Bahamas. Photo found on imgur; photographer unknown: http://i.imgur.com/3dhYyZo.jpg

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