Snow tunnels in Kamchatka

At the foot of Mutnovsky Volcano lingering snow for years, mild winters and warm summers have set up an amazing formation of snow caves and tunnels. The thickness of the slab ranges from 6 feet after such a thin layer of snow, the rays of the sun break through creating a unique gallery of color.
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  • 2014-10-29 11:55:27
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Serpentine Gallery Pavilion by Snøhetta

Here is an architectural project initiated by Snøhetta office. An unusual circular building whose structure is based on a main ramp. The name “Serpentine” comes from the whirlwind that it forms on itself, offering to visitors an experience on length and height.
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  • 2014-10-29 08:01:08
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Out of Control LED Installation

At the Atomium in Brussels, we can admire the very beautiful LED lights installation “Out of Control” created by the collective Visual System, the science-fiction author Stéphane Beauverger and his short story “Hors Contrôle” which inspired this installation.
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  • 2014-10-29 07:41:27
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Adorable Animal Family Portraits

Animals (especially wild animals) don't have the vanity or the discipline to pose for organized family photos, but wildlife photographers will still do their best to capture photos that look like they could be corny family holiday post-cards. This list features some of the best animal family photos.
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  • 2014-10-28 12:23:59
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New York City: Above as Below

When Geneva-based photographer Alex Teuscher found himself in New York City for 10 days this last April, he tried to capture some of the most iconic, tourist-packed locations on the globe from a new angle. It’s a testament to his skill as a photographer that he succeeded to such a great extent. The resulting shots have been compiled into a series he’s calling "New York City: Above as Below", and consist of a mix of street (below) and architectural (above) photography that’s best described as "moody".
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  • 2014-10-27 10:39:52
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Kamchatka - the kingdom of bears

In the area of Kurile Lake is the highest density of bears in Russia. It is estimated that lived there more than 1,000, so the photographer who will come out in a wild area, can easily meet even dozens of animals in one day. Such close encounters are amazing, but also dangerous, so you need to remain vigilant.
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View from costing $ 95 million apartment on the top floor of a skyscraper in New York

This spectacular, 425-meter apartment "432 Park Avenue" located in Manhattan, New York. It was designed by Rafael Vinoly, has 96 floors and 104 luxury apartments with a beautiful view, inter alia, Central Park and the Atlantic Ocean.
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Unusual Chair Design

Gullkalven 2008

Bonsai Tree Houses

Moon cake

Snow art

Meet Marutaro, The Cut

Coffee Art

Virages Magazine

Rebecca Dautremer

Hello Kitty Airplane

Cement Factory

Dogs in cars

Button sculptures

Paper Craft Sculptures

Just in Case Kit

“Kisses Sofa” by D

Stunning Wildlife Pain

Stunning Dubai Photos

Alice of Magic World

Chocolate paint