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Supersonic Jets

This gallery is simple.
It's just a bunch of planes which move faster than the speed of sound.
And that's totally cool in our eyes.

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Female Palestinian Bodybuilder Wins Miss Fitness In israel

Palestinian Anoush Belian, from Jerusalem, on Saturday became the first Palestinian female bodybuilder to participate and win an Israeli competition. Belian won the Miss Fitness category in the competition organised by the National Amateur Bodybuilders Association (NABBA) in Israel.

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The Tomato Throwing Festival Known As Tomatina

If you are the kind of person that freaks out about getting anything dirty, than Tomatina is not for you.
If you like throwing overripe tomatoes at people whilst wearing diving goggles, than maybe you should visit the Spanish town of Bunol during Tomatina season next year.

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Stuart Palley Photographs Forest Fires In His Terra Flamma Series

The wild fires keep on burning in California and for the last couple of years Stuart Palley has been photographing these wild fires at night.
The long exposure photos look so dramatic and beautiful they almost disguise the violent nature of these fires.
As long as the fires burn Stuart will be documenting them.
To stay up to date with his work please follow him on instagram @stuartpalley

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Building The World’s Longest Train Tunnel Through The Alps

The world's longest train tunnel should become operational at the end of 2016, consisting of two parallel single track tunnels, each of a length of 57 km (35 miles). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

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Hurricane Katrina 10 Years On

In 2005, Hurricane Katrina triggered floods that inundated New Orleans and killed more than 1,500 people as storm waters overwhelmed levees and broke through floodwalls. Congress authorized spending more than $14 billion to beef up the city's flood protection after Katrina and built a series of new barriers that include manmade islands and new wetlands. Reuters photographer Carlos Barria returned to New Orleans after documenting events in 2005 and found a city much rebuilt and renovated, although abandoned homes show Katrina's lingering impact.

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The Most Iconic Pictures of WW2

Nickmariostories took in a dive in a bunch of WW2 pictures and made a video containing the Most Iconic Pictures of WW2 and their stories.

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Aerial Summer Views by Bernhard Lang

For his latest work German photographer Bernhard Lang compiled a collection of aerial views taken above Adria beach in the North East of Italy.
If you've ever been to that part of Italy you'll know you need to pay for the use of a beach umbrella or sun bed and that the reason they are colored is so that you know which part of the beach you belong to and who you have to pay.
It's not only convenient to remeber where you're place in the sun is but also makes for some cool pictures when seen from above.
Bernhard has an exhibition of his work showing at the Galerie Liusa Wang in paris, so drop in if you are in the area.

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Coolest Pix Of 2015 Week 34

A bomb in Bangkok, refugees spilling into Europe by the thousands and another attempted terrorist attack on a highspeed train in France.

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The Long Jump

If you're a big athletics fan you'll know the World Championship are currently taking place in China.
If you are not a big fan you'll occasionally read about it in the press, in between all the doping stories, and that's about it. And that is a shame.
Hundreds of athletes are doing their best to run, throw or jump personal bests and win medals.
One of the most difficult disciplines in athletics is the long jump.
It's about speed, composure and technique and you to take for granted you won't look your Sunday best in the photos.

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Unusual Pets

From goats to hyenas, the unusual pets people keep.

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In the Spotlight

Awesome SAIL Amsterdam 2015 picture from the Sky

Awesome SAIL Amsterdam 2015 picture from the Sky

This 100 meter up in the sky picture from SAIL Amsterdam 2015 is taken by Stefano Degenkamp. Awesome!

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