Storm chaser down under
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Storm chaser down under

A British photographer made the lightning decision to quit the UK to chase storms Down Under and was rewarded with these striking shots.
 
Welcome to Wounderland: Surreal world of taxidermy and imagination
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Welcome to Wounderland: Surreal world of taxidermy and imagination

Welcome to Wounderland, "a weird and wonderful universe," says the couple known on Instagram as Mothmeister.
 
Illustrator creates clever sketches with everyday objects
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Illustrator creates clever sketches with everyday objects

The Sunday sketches of illustrator and artist Christoph Niemann experiment whimsically with images based on everyday objects.
 
Photographer captures surreal images at Burning Man
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Photographer captures surreal images at Burning Man

These incredible imagess from photographer Ari Fararooy were taken at the 2014 Burning Man festival.
 
Chocolate snorting offers new way to a cocoa high
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Chocolate snorting offers new way to a cocoa high

When Belgian chocolatier Dominique Persoone created a chocolate-sniffing device for a Rolling Stones party in 2007, he never imagined demand would stretch much beyond the rock 'n' roll scene.
 
Stunning photos show the strange majesty of Dubai
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Stunning photos show the strange majesty of Dubai

Daniel Cheong, a resident of the United Arab Emirates, has for years sought to capture the civic landscapes he sees through his lens.
 
Amazing satellite images from around the world
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Amazing satellite images from around the world

This incredible series of pictures shot by satellite, show the man-made world as astronauts see it.
 
Abandoned NYC
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Abandoned NYC

From Manhattan and Brooklyn's trendiest neighborhoods to the far-flung edges of theouter boroughs, Will Ellis has spent the last three years photographing and researching the lost and lonely corners of the United States' most populous city.
 
Carnival scenes mark Thaipusam
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Carnival scenes mark Thaipusam

More than a million Hindus thronged temples throughout Asia to celebrate Thaipusam, a colorful annual religious festival in which many display their devotion by piercing their bodies with hooks and skewers.
 
Most beautiful roads in the world
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Most beautiful roads in the world

A globe-trotting photographer has captured some of the worlds most beautiful roads.
 
NASA releases its favourite images of the sun
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NASA releases its favourite images of the sun

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) spacecraft uses a four-telescope setup known as the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly (AIA) to capture a whopping 57,600 detailed images of the ever-changing sun every day.
 
The Naga people of Myanmar
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The Naga people of Myanmar

On Myanmar's mountainous frontier with India live the Naga, a group of tribes historically known as warriors who kept the the heads of enemies they killed.
 
Ghosts of Auschwitz
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Ghosts of Auschwitz

Revisiting the Nazi concentration camp on the 70th anniversary of its liberation.
 
"Knights" battle in World Medieval Fighting Championship
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"Knights" battle in World Medieval Fighting Championship

The town of Rishon Lezion in central Israel may look a little...retro at the moment. Teams of knights in full combat garb have gathered to "duel" in a medieval-style arena as part of the World Medieval Fighting Championship (WMFC): Israeli Challenge.
 
Great blizzard of 1888 changes NYC
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Great blizzard of 1888 changes NYC

The Great Blizzard of 1888 was one of the most severe recorded blizzards in the history of the United States.
 
Space-age piano unveiled in Hungary
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Space-age piano unveiled in Hungary

Award-winning Hungarian pianist Gergely Boganyi, 41, has worked on his concept piano for a decade and says its new design, including a groundbreaking form and a carbon fiber sounding board, make the model both warm-sounding and powerful enough to be ranked one of the finest premium pianos of the world.
 
Camouflage graffiti body art
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Camouflage graffiti body art

Now you see them, now you dont! Its hard to find anything else like this - as an incredible artist plays hide and seek with his volunteers.
 
Playful Street Art
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Playful Street Art

French street artist OakOak produces creative works of art that use the characteristics of a location such as a light post, road sign and even a crack in the wall as inspiration but also as key elements in the work.
 
Neon Photography
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Neon Photography

Models decorated with glow-in-the-dark paint manage to stand out in a new series of pictures shot in the dark.
 
Eighteen hauntingly beautiful pictures of abandoned buildings
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Eighteen hauntingly beautiful pictures of abandoned buildings

For the past two years urban explorer Matt Emmett, 42, from Reading, has scoured the UK and Europe to capture the eerie beauty of abandoned buildings:
 
Stunning Infrared Photos from the Arctic
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Stunning Infrared Photos from the Arctic

Infrared photographs have been around forever but it wasn't until Richard Mosse worked with it that it really caught people's eye. It also intrigued New York based photographer Daniel Zvereff.
 
Stunning close-ups of bug faces
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Stunning close-ups of bug faces

Have you ever had the urge to see eye to eye with a bee? Face off against a wasp? Get up close with these headhots of bees and other insects by U.S. Geological Survey's Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab.
 
NASA's 'Cosmos' Images
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NASA's 'Cosmos' Images

Nasa has released a set of stunning images in time with the launch of Neil DeGrasse Tyson's new series 'Cosmos'. The remake of the science series, originally presented by Carl Sagan, has received glowing reviews after it's debut earlier this week.
 
NASA shoots a rocket into the Northern Lights
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NASA shoots a rocket into the Northern Lights

The NASA-funded Ground-to-Rocket Electron-Electrodynamics Correlative Experiment, or GREECE, wants to understand aurora.