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Welcome to the third installment of #ArtThursday! Today we make our way to National Harbor in Prince George's County, Maryland, home of "The Awakening." This dramatic sculpture, created in 1980 by J. Seward Johnson, Jr., is made of five separate pieces to give the impression of a giant struggling to free himself from the earth. The tallest piece of the aluminum sculpture is the arm, which extends 17 feet (5.2 meters) into the air. To see more photos of "The Awakening," tap the blue location link above. Photo by @heyterri.
For this San Diego family, the phrase "putting down roots" has taken on a whole new meaning.<p>Matt Fajkus Architecture creates a grounded take on a tree house in Texas.<p>Just as the famed Treaty of 1814 called for peace between the United Kingdom and the United States, the large beech tree on...<p>The …
<i>Photographer: Scott Serfas Athlete: John Jackson Location: Aniak, AK, USA</i><p>The physical design of the GoPro camera changed videography, as its small, …Nature Photography
July 2012 - Photo of the Month Diver surrounded by fish taken by Serge Clasen in Roatan, Honduras with the SeaLife DC1400. Serge writes, "This was a once in a lifetime event at the Hole in the Wall dive site in Roatan, Honduras. A million fish around us and we were in the midst of it. Yet not one little fish ever touched one of us. This is a rare occurance....absolutely amazing." Enter our Photo of the Month contest and win a SeaLife Mini II! http://www.sealife-cameras.com/photo-contest
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Best known for their smart, minimal home furnishings, Denmark's Normann Copenhagen recently took a step into the drinkable design category with the introduction of a line of 12 teas. Contained in colorful, reusable tins with graphics by designer Anne Lehmann, the loose-leaf teas are a fun addition …