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Jumping fishes...

Jumping fishes…

Very cool underwater photography. — via Tina Terras

Caught in the act

Caught in the act

Sometimes you just got to be quick, either to catch a suspect or snap a great shot! — via Chris Dixon

Art of road surface 2

Art of road surface 2

Today is my birthday, so for this special day, I picked this special photo. — via Junichi Hakoyama

Elk - Blue

Elk – Blue

Shopping at IKEA. — via Herbert A. Franke

Test pattern

Test pattern

Two men walk over the installation “test pattern” (100m version) by Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda at the Ruhrtriennale music and arts festival in the Kraftzentrale in Duisburg, Germany. —…

Timeless

Timeless

Great classical portrait. — via Babak Fatholahi

Light and shadow

Light and shadow

Wonderful S shaped curve in the dunes of Namibia. — via Piet Flour

The Mirror of the King

The Mirror of the King

Beautiful reflection! — via Edoardo Brotto

Noch mal leben

Noch mal leben

Powerful portraits of individuals before and directly after their death. Name: Wolfgang Kotzahn Age: 57 Born: 19 January 1947 Died: 4 February 2004, at Leuchtfeuer Hospice, Hamburg There…

Rough sea 3

Rough sea 3

Today I went to Panorama Mesdag, a small museum with a very large painting: a panorama of Scheveningen by Hendrik Willem Mesdag, who is famous for his marine paintings….

On the Edge

On the Edge

This guy sure has some nerve standing on the edge with such big waves. Why does he do that? So the photographer has the opportunity to shoot a…

Right

Right

Similar composition as yesterday, complete different outcome. — via Guy Cohen

Farmer with his buffalos

Farmer with his buffalos

A Chinese farmer takes his buffalos for a walk. — via Jinny Tan

Shadow of the Ibex

Shadow of the Ibex

This goat sure picked a nice view! — via Gilles Baechler

Everybody's looking for something..

Everybody’s looking for something..

The dots in her dress with its high contrast between the vertical lines and gradual tint of the curtains really attract the attention. — via Kristina Kazarina