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Grab a Coffee & Settle In - 33 Great Photography Links

The world of photography has been buzzing all week with great photographers and artists posting their work for the world to enjoy. Toad Hollow …

Landscape Photography

Fracked off: the beauty of north-east England – in pictures

We invited you to disprove Lord Howell's view of the north-east as 'desolate' by showing us your own photographs of the area. From sunrise at Whitby Abbey to sunset over Sunderland, here's a selection of your pictures<p>• Browse more pictures and share your own on GuardianWitness

The Observer's 20 photographs of the week

Eerie plane wrecks contain forgotten stories of survival - Photos

U.S. Air Force C-47 wreckage from a 1950 crash near Haines Junction, Yukon, Canada. According to the Aviation Safety Network, the plane was participating in a search for a missing plane when it was caught in a downdraft and flew into the side of the mountain. All ten people aboard …

The Weirdest Typewriters You’ve Ever Seen

The folk at the ever excellent Dangerous Minds specialize in unearthing fascinating things from the Internet, and they’ve surpassed themselves with a …

Articles about 5 spacious san francisco homes on - Dwell

Any way you slice it, toast makes the most of any loaf.<p>A landscape architect in San Francisco harnesses an underground water source to create a lush marshland in his own backyard.<p>Mention San Francisco and you might stir up images of steep streets lined with colorful and historic Victorian...<p>I was …

San Francisco

America in the 1970s: The Southwest

Welcome to Day 2 of Documerica Week on In Focus -- a new photo essay each day, featuring regions of the U.S. covered by the photographers of the Documerica Project in the early 1970s. Today's subject is the American Southwest, including Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada, Utah, and California. …

Banpo bridge, Seoul, South Korea

Banpo bridge, Seoul, South Korea

What’s Inside Ammo? A Cross-Section of Bullets

Ever wanted to look inside a bullet? Photographer Sabine Pearlman recently traveled to Switzerland to photograph 900 cross-sections of ammunition.

A Brief History of Golf Ball Design, and Why You Shouldn't Hit People with Baseball Bats

I once helped a career criminal move some things out of his basement—long story—and when we got to his golf clubs, he hit me (not literally) with …

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Why Ancient Earth Was So Warm

Greenhouse gases in the atmosphere kept the planet toasty, model shows.<p><b>Some three to four billion years ago, Earth was about as warm as it is today, but the sun was much dimmer.</b><p>This so-called faint young sun paradox, first identified by astronomer Carl Sagan in the early 1970s, has flummoxed many a … Warehouse Conversion in San Francisco