Rare Historical Photos Pt. 10 [21 Pics]
Albion Basin, Utah - 360 Degree Immersive Panorama
360 degree spherical panorama of Albion Basin in Utah.
Old water mill
Tilt Shift Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make Fake Miniature...
I discovered the Tilt Shift technique perusing the photography of , an uber talented young photographer here in Sarasota. I asked him about the process and he was kind enough to share it with me.
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2013: The Year in Photos, January - April
December is here, and it's time for a look back at some of the most memorable events and images of 2013
Guelta d'Archei - The Most Famous Permanent Water Source...
The mysterious remains of one of the world's first organized...
Homo sapiens may have had religion since the dawn of our evolution, but building vast monuments to our beliefs is a relatively recent development. And by "recent," I mean 11,600 years ago.
Speed Painting 1 by *GoddessVirage on deviantART
My first - speed painting? I don't know how speedy these are supposed to be but I spent 3 hours on this. Gah. Tired of looking at my face, lol. EDIT: JU...
NMNH - Virtual Tour
Monk And Tiger Sharing Their Meal - Picture Of The Day
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Musicians Share Their Wildest Fan Stories Pictures
The 100 Most Important Japanese Words You Should Know
Say you do a last minute trip to Japan. If you could only learn a limited number of words, these would be them. You can get by in all kinds of situations using these
Rocks under the Microscope - Index
Stunning Long Exposure Photography of Fireflies
Animals Dressed In Clothes That Fit Them Like a Second Skin...
Fall in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan: Photos & Trip Report...
The Mackinac Bridge, gateway to the Upper Peninsula.
Captivating Photos by Carlos Nunez
BILL WATTERSON: A cartoonist's advice
What happens to your brain under the influence of music
From the perspective of neuroscience, listening to music is one of the most complex things you can do. Many parts of your brain have to work together to comprehend even the simplest tune.
- Sunrise in section Sunrise & Sunset - uploaded on 24.01.2011 at 5:29h (23631234)
The 7 Most Beautiful Cars Ever Made
Photography News | Imaging and Photography Magazine
Max Barry | Fifteen Ways to Write a Novel
500px / Moraine Lake Sunrise by Lina Langlois
WATCH: Images Of America's Storms Will Take Your Breath...
The underlying goal of my work is to help trigger an emotional connection, one that I hope will spark a relationship between the viewer and this planet.
Torres del Paine National Park, Patagonia, Chile
Torres del Paine is a national park located in south Patagonia, Chile. The park is known for its immense rock towers and peaks, part of the Andes mountain range. The name Torres del Paine means Towers of Blue (Paine is an indigenous name for the colo...
28 Simple & Natural Ways to Detox your Body
Photos - Leafy sea dragon, Animal photos, animal pictures...
Photos - Leafy sea dragon, Animal photos, animal pictures. The most beautiful and unique images of nature. Nature photography - pictures of animals, pictures of birds, pictures of butterflies, macro photography of insects, plant photos, pictures of m...
Our rocket stove water heater: 2.5 years on
*Update* - Since writing this article, we've deconstructed, improved, reconstructed and cobbed this rocket stove. Have a look here. Way back in the summer of 2009, we built a rocket sto...
THE BRAIN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM
The cortex is the thin layer of neurons, about 3 mm thick, that covers the surface of each . In the human brain, the cortex is generally divided into the following three parts that emerged successively in the course of evolution:the...
35PHOTO - Photo posted by weer.
international fireworks #3
Blog entry: posted on 23 September 2006.
down to the water's edge
Blog entry: posted on 1 October 2007.
40 Super Awesome Wallpapers for Nerds
Fotoblur - Autumn by serhan oksay
Autumn by serhan oksay
Found after 10,000 years: the world's first calendar
Humans had a sophisticated calendrical system thousands of years earlier than previously thought, according to new research.