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Tikotin museum, Haifa,  snow exhibition

Tikotin museum, Haifa, snow exhibition

Tikotin museum, Haifa. Snow exhibition.

Tikotin museum, Haifa. Snow exhibition.

Tikotin museum, Haifa,  snow exhibition

Tikotin museum, Haifa, snow exhibition

Artichaut. Découvrez l’intérieur fascinant des fruits et des légumes comme vous ne l’avez encore jamais vu grâce aux IRM

Découvrez l’intérieur fascinant des fruits et des légumes comme vous ne l’avez encore jamais vu grâce aux IRM

Haifa beach, Israel

Haifa beach, Israel

Haifa beach, israel

Haifa beach, israel

Slavic Reference | Artyom Semenov Blog

Today is Paschal Sunday (Easter Day) in the Orthodox Church, and to celebrate I thought I'd create some Pysanky (decorated eggs) as an excuse to play with patterns. Slavic folk art is so beautiful - love it!

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Ornitographies (Mesmerizing Photos Capture the Flight Patterns of Birds) by Xavi Bou, Photography, 2016

Les Ornitographies de Xavi Bou (20)

Les Ornitographies de Xavi Bou

Les Ornitographies de Xavi Bou (20)

A wrecked Zeppelin sits ashore in Mison, France, 1918.Photograph by Paul Thompson, National Geographic

photograph by Paul Thompson - A wrecked Zeppelin sits ashore in Mison, France, 1918 - National Geographic

For his project Ornithographies, Spanish photographer Xavi Bou wanted to capture images of birds in flight that the human eye simply could never see on its own. That’s how he struck on the idea of using an age old technique called “chronophotography.”

Surreal 'Chronophotographs' of Birds in Flight

For his project Ornithographies, Spanish photographer Xavi Bou wanted to capture images of birds in flight that the human eye simply could never see on its own. That’s how he struck on the idea of using an age old technique called “chronophotography.

Mexico. Colorful. Vibrant. Beautiful.

11 Year-Old Carries on Family’s Aztec Dance Tradition. Xochiquetzalli “Xochi” Peña has been an Aztec dancer all her life. Now Xochi Touca, Estado de Mexico.

Only surviving photos of 1854 solar eclipse are revealed at the Met

For those in North America, the solar eclipse on August could be the most photographed, viewed, and observed eclipse of all time.

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