architecture of density | Michael Wolf
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Michael Wolf "density" (LensCulture - Contemporary Photography)
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Photographer Michael Wolf captured a series of eye-popping photos showing the density of Hong Kong's high-rise apartment buildings.
michaelwolf photographe. Densité de vie, ajout éléments perturbent la lecture de la denssité.
Transit of Venus | APoD
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Shuttle Enterprise flight to New York // NASA/Bill Ingalls
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Space shuttle Enterprise, mounted atop a NASA 747 Shuttle Carrier Aircraft (SCA), is seen off in the distance behind the Statue of Liberty, Friday, April 27, 2012, in New York.
NASA Shuttle Enterprise Flight to New York
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Painters on Brooklyn Bridge // 7 October 1914
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Brooklyn Bridge, Source has many 100+ year old photos of New York City. Many are crime scene photos.
Brooklyn Bridge - workers in the wires. credits: Photographs by Eugene de Salignac Courtesy New York City Municipal Archives Read more http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2007/03/05/slideshow_070226#slide=1#ixzz1DKjwDfbp
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A bridge too far? Painters hang from suspended wires on the Brooklyn Bridge October 7, 1914 -- 31 years after it first opened. Photo: NYC Municipal Archives | #oldphotos
360-degree panorama of the Greek skyline, capturing a complete transition from day to night. By Chris Kotsiopoulos.
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°24hr view of the sky by ChrisKotsiopoulos
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24 hours on the little planet by Chris Kotsiopoulos
amazing photography of Chris Kotsiopoulos. Taken over a 24hour period and then digitally manipulated and processed to create this breathtaking shot.
From the Earth Science Picture of the Day series
Hannover Airport // Ho-Yeol Ryu
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This striking multiple exposure shot, shows an assortment of planes taking off at Hannover Airport in Germany. artist: Ho Yeol Ryu
Shot just outside the San Diego Internation Airport on Black Friday this remarkable time-lapse captures every landing over a five hour period from 10:30am through 3pm. The video is of course a composite, photographer and film professor Cy Kuckenbaker shot the individual planes against a clear blue sky and then used a process called chroma key (ie. green screen) to make the sky transparent and layer the planes on top a separate video of clouds.
STRIKING ARTISTRY OF MULTIPLE TAKEOFFS AT HANNOVER AIRPORT Photograph by HO-YEOL RYU In this striking multiple exposure shot, Korean photographer Ho-Yeol Ryu shows an assortment of planes taking off at Hannover Airport in Germany. While it may seem like a lot of airplanes, this scene is quite typical. Now just imagine this [...]
Helicopter pilot Mike Schaeffer was wrapping up a tour when he spotted this incredible weather phenomenon along the coast of Panama City Beach, Florida. While the online community has dubbed this a "cloud tsunami," it is actually a rare occurrence where temperatures cause clouds to form wave patterns.
"Cloud tsunami" over Panama City Beach, FL
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JR Hott / Panhandle Helicopter photo of "cloud tsunami" in Florida February 2012: Panama City Beach, Florida -- Fog rolls up along the shore of Panama City Beach, Florida on Feb. 5th, 2012.
At first glance, it looks as though a tsunami wave is about to crash into a swathe of high-rise tower blocks. But for beachgoers and surfers alike along Panama City Beach, Florida, there was no need to panic, the giant wave was just an curious illusion caused by harmless sea fog rolling off the Gulf of Mexico. This ‘tsunami cloud’ effect is believed to be caused by a phenomenon known as the ‘Kelvin-Helmholtz instability’ that can occur in both air and water.
Cloud Tsunami Wave / Panama City Beach, Florida
Even when Mother Nature flexes her muscles, the beach is still amazing & beautiful! Panama City Beach, Florida on Feb. 5th, 2012 !
Most Amazing High Definition Image of Earth - Blue Marble 2012