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  • Robin Neher

    This must be what heaven looks like. Photojournalist Rüdiger Nehmzow took to the skies in his Cloud Collection series to photograph some beautiful cloud formations. After being strapped in, the committed photographer, equipped with two cameras and an oxygen mask, went 6,000 meters (approximately 4 miles) high in an airplane with the doors wide open to snap his shots. Nehmzow, an experienced editorial photographer based in Düsseldorf, Germany, traveled to Manaus, Brazil's upper atmosphere t...

  • Carla W.

    Places: the sky

  • Julie Barnden

    God is in His heaven!

  • McKaelin Shackelford

    God's creation is so beautiful.

  • Chris Savoy

    Wanna Fly? #nature #sky #clouds

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