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Williamsburg Bridge by Jonathan Percy
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Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Librerìa en Montevideo por Renzo Olivieri

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Self-parking by Cédric Fumière
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Mojave Desert - Extraterrestrial Highway

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Libreria Invito alla Lettura. Roma. por Els:
Libreria Invito alla Lettura. Roma. Corso Vittorio Emanuele II,283 - 00186 Roma. One of those nice finds! A fabulous shop and cafe. You can find the most peculiar peculiar items in this bookshop. And if you want to take a rest, you can have a drink in the cafe.

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Super Hornet by Sergio J. Padrón A

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Photo of the Day: A Rush of Traffic in Singapore

A steady stream of traffic speeds through on Esplanade Bridge in Singapore on January 29, 2016. (aotaro/Flickr)

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Photo of the Day: Marble Magnificence in India

Crowds of people explore the Taj Mahal in Agra, India on January 26, 2016. (Hadi Zaher/Flickr)

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Epcot - Stargazing in Japan by Jeff Krause
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Practicing star trails for an upcoming trip to Yosemite. The trails in this shot have a slight stutter which causes them to not look as smooth. I’m still figuring out the Sony built in time-lapse app; so I think it’s the problem. I may have to go back to using my old method of shutter priority bracketing. This was approximately 45 minutes of 30sec exposures blended with a single shot for the foreground using a luminosity mask. Japan in Epcot seems to be the darkest area around the World Showcase. Every time I capture stars there I’m amazed at how many I can see in my photos.