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  • Gif: Bike flying over water

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    Cool

    Snow Princess

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    So cute! Photo from SurlyCook(flickr user). Happy Weekend!

    Amazing Multiple Exposure Portraits

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    These amazing multiple exposure portraits are created by a Finnish graphic designer and photographer named Christoffer Relander. In photography, a multiple exposure is the superimposition of two or more individual exposures to create a single photograph.
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    Great photograph!

    Pac-man Street lighting

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    Pac-man Street lighting...

    Christopher Boffoli.

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    "Big Appetites" by Christopher Boffoli.
    “Big Appetites” is a collection of still life photographic sculptures of miniature people on food landscapes. Inspired by the media Boffoli was exposed to as a child, he created these sculptures to invoke a child like understanding of objects in the world to entirely disproportionate scales.
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    Gif:earth

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    Fruit Skulls by Dimitri Tsykalov

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    Fruit skulls by Dimitri Tsykalov.
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    Models Placed on Chalk Art

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    By Nithin Rao Kumblekar. Cool
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    Gif: 3D

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    Famous painting in 3D effect

    Don't look up

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    Don’t look up...

    Gif: flying

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    flying...

    Gif: Cats

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    Cats...

    Umbrella...

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    The picture by i.Anton on Flickr. [Thanks, who sent this in] 
    Beautiful!

    1954 - XFV-1 Lockheed "Salmon"

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    A tailsitter is a type of VTOL aircraft that launches and lands on its tail. They are truly remarkable pieces of aviation history: mainly designed in the late 1940s and early 1950s, they were essentially an early attempt to eliminate the necessity of runways.
    The downfall of the tailsitter configuration was the lack of ability to transition the pilot to a comfortable position from which to control his descent. This inability led to the concept being abandoned as soon as the experiments that led to the development of the Hawker Siddeley Harrier in the 1960s began to bear fruit.

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