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keith freshwater

keith freshwater

Deep sea dive

Martina Nehrling

Warhol & Hitchcock

fingers from heaven


Bondi Dreaming by Andy Solo

Myu Sukamaran self portrait www.mercycampaign...

Michael Palin

Zerozen Flocagem

John Squire original

Single greatest picture ever. Heath Ledger skate boarding over Christian Bale while they take a break on set of TDKR

  • Adrian Kwiatkowski
    Adrian Kwiatkowski

    .. awesome, think you mean TDK though ;)

'Let the fire fall!': Yosemite waterfall turns to lava as sun and earth align Read more:

  • Erin Overly
    Erin Overly

    Just heard about this. Very cool.

  • Shelly McAllister
    Shelly McAllister

    I did too! Very cool!

Australian designer Marc Newson has placed his golden touch on everything from clothing to aircrafts, and now he has unleashed what may be his most awesome creation ever - the Riva Aquariva.

Jane Thomas, 58, captures the incredible patterns which form in soapy water before it is blown through an ordinary bubble wand. She said: "One day I noticed the flat soapy films across the squares of the grid inside a grill pan. "I don't think I'd ever noticed their tiny colourful patterns before and it struck me they'd make a good subject. "I couldn't wait to get the camera out, that's when the mania for bubbles came about."

Paolo Pellegrin of Italy, a Magnum Photos photographer working for Zeit Magazin, has won the second prize General News Stories with the "Tsunami aftermath" series. The devastating 9.0-magnitude earthquake that hit the northeast coast of Japan triggered hugely destructive tsunami waves of up to 38 meters that struck Japan traveling up to ten kilometers inland. More than 28,000 people are dead or missing and more than 125,000 buildings destroyed or severely damaged. Photo: Paolo Pellegrin of Italy

Jenny E. Ross of the U.S. has won the first prize Nature Singles with this picture of a male polar bear climbing precariously on the face of a cliff above the ocean at Ostrova Oranskie in northern Novaya Zemlya, Russia June 30, 2011, attempting to feed on seabird eggs. This bear was marooned on land and unable to feed on seals--its normal prey--because sea ice had melted throughout the region and receded far to the north as a result of climate change. Photo: Jenny E. Ross of the U.S.

What Music looks like as an object. sydney.concretepl...

Hand cut paper map of Paris