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As Years Go By by Jon Scherff

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Day 323/366 : One Thousand Torii - 千本鳥居 by Hidehiko Sakashita

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the best kind of roads by Jamie Betts

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Sumida River at Night by Hidehiko Sakashita

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[ … lightning strikes ] by Raymond Hoffmann
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lightning strikes - the waterfall of the gods / Goðafoss Iceland Nikon D810 with 14-24mm f/2.8G ED AF-S NIKKOR

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Stairway To Heaven by Hidehiko Sakashita

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Urban Skyline at Dusk by Hidehiko Sakashita

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The Moroccan Pavilion by Day by Eddison Esteban
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The sun was shining and blue was beginning to peak through the clouds, it was a marvelous day to visit “Morocco”! Epcot World Showcase Walt Disney World Resort

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The Entrance to the Temple of the Forbidden Eye by Eddison Esteban
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I love the jungle feel and lush vegetation found in Adventureland. The grounds around Indiana Jones Adventure is no different with much greenery everywhere you look. Disneyland, CA

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Sunset Over Shinjuku by Hidehiko Sakashita

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street view in Karlovy Vary by photoCKD  

Nimoy, by ScottMcCook

Dedicated to the late and great Leonard Nimoy **Best Viewed on Black** Hey Guys Long weekend here in Aus!! :) I made the trip out to the pinnacles at 1:30am this morning to capture the core rising and then onto sunrise. I had been playing with the idea of using little battery powered candles and placing them in a lantern wrapped in some white cloth, the effect is a safe natural looking light that flickers and does all sorts of cool stuff when using it :) I very slowly rotated the lantern which gave it a cool glowing orb effect and then with every shot I used the lantern to light paint the surrounding Pinnacles. This is 10 frames, ISO 2500, Exp 20", F2.8. I wanted to try and put my own spin on this type of shot and it was a really challenging shoot in all aspects, including just getting there and back without taking out a half of W.A’s Kangaroo population :) Hope you enjoy Scotty

Hidden, by hillsee

After a night walk to a gulch, stars, clouds, and the ocean. This gulch is tucked away, out of sight, with no track leading to it. “Hidden” ‘The world around us flashed and flared. The lost evening’s fading colours bled fast. Leaving silent nothingness to hold us. And between slashes of the dying gold, proud darkness swirled his magical cape. Where did the land hide when the night stole the evening light?’ ~ Prabir C. Purkayastha 2 images blended for dynamic range, one for stars. Nikon D810, Nikkor 14-24mm @ 14mm 20 s and 30 s, f/8, ISO 64, 30 s, f/2.8, ISO 3200