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La Fabrica in Barcelona

La Fabrica is the brain child of Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill. He made an old post-World War I era cement factory his home and office in spectacular fashion. It is simply totally cool.

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One hell of a boat ride in Sydney Harbour

I wouldn't immediately think of rough seas when I think of Sydney Harbour, but if the weather is just right it does happen. These photos by Haig Gilchrist prove just that.
Reminds me of that time I took a cross Channel ferry and my drinks can was sliding from side to side on the table. I've never been the same on a boat since

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The Catacombs of Paris by Photographer Luuc de Wilde

Luuc de Wilde is a 20-year-old Dutchman from Rotterdam who just loves to travel and make the most of his days. To the extreme.

He has traveled the world to visit abandoned hospitals, hotels, theme parks and bunkers. He has also visited Chernobyl. And he likes to climb on rooftops for a better view.

In March of 2016 Luuc wanted to try something else. He went underground. He traveled to Paris to visit the famous catacombs.

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Wild boars are taking over in the Fukushima evacuation zone

When people leave, nature takes back control. This is also the case in the Fukushima evacuation zone. People are being told to return to their home as there is no apparent danger any more, but this means nature needs to be dealt with first. In this case it's all about wild boars roaming the streets.
No reports on if these animals glow in the dark.

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When your camera shutter speed matches a helicopter’s rotor speeds

Is it a science fiction movie with a look into the future? No, it's just a totally cool bit of photography science.

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International Women’s Day 2017: Women at work

In honor of all ladies, girls, women, females, mothers and the ones that keep us men honest.

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Tourists film a massive avalanche in Chile

The scenery is beautiful, the skies are blue and Mother Nature has a huge avalanche in store for these tourists in Chile. The thing is, you are never quite far enough away.

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Omsin the green sea turtle had over 900 coins in her stomach

Omsin, a 25 year old femal green sea turtle, was found to have over 900 metal coins in her stomach. She most likely swallowed them when people threw them in her pond for good luck. Maybe people should stop doing that.
Omsin, piggy bank in Thai, is expected to make a full recovery.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 09

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Life Aboard the USS Carl Vinson

On the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson during a FONOPS (Freedom of Navigation Operation Patrol) in South China Sea.
Making America great again.

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Australia - The Eagle Eye

Australia is a very large country and has very diverse landscapes and habitats. As with a lot of things, to understand and appreciate it fully, it is best viewed from above.

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The Walled Off Hotel by Banksy

The Walled Off hotel by Banksy opened it's door for visitors in the West Bank city of Bethlehem. The views are great.

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