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50 Greatest Photos Of The Last Year (According To The Smithsonian Museum)

Ray Collins, photographer: Light refracts through the curves of a breaking wave. (New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, July Nikon Smithsonian-Photo-Contest-Wave

Photo of the Day: Hsinbyume Pagoda After HoursYoung Buddhist novices run on Hsinbyume Pagoda after the tourists have left.

Young Buddhist novices play in the Hsinbyume Pagoda, Myanmar. "Once the tourists leave the last boat to Mandalay, the pagoda and its terraces become the perfect playground for the kids," says photographer Sergio Carbajo Rodriguez.

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These Animal and Nature Photos From the Annual Smithsonian Photo Competition Will Take Your Breath Away: light retracts from a breaking wave. (Ray Collins, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)

This eerie shot of mobula rays swimming off the coast of Baja California, proving that nothing is the same under water: | 15 Pictures That Will Change The Way You See The World

This eerie shot of mobula rays swimming off the coast of Baja California, proving that nothing is the same under water:

smithsonianmag: “Photo of the Day: Mobula Rays Feed at Night Photo by Michel Labrecque (Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada); La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico ” they are flapflaps

Mountain wave.

Photographer Ray Collins captures photos of ocean waves at the right time in order to make them look like mountain tops. More shots on Camyx!

My all time favorite skate pic.

Contrast - June, "A street skater, skating." This is the only magazine cover to have changed my life.

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色盲の写真家が捉えた、波。僕らが見たことのない海の姿

Australian photographer Ray Collins specializes in gorgeous photography of ocean waves. Collins prefers to document the waves while floating in the water,

Drool. What depth of field.

Whoever too this had an incredibly fast shutter speed. I am also not entirely sure that words can express how much I am missing the ocean. I love towns by the ocean. I am so eager to get to the sun and the

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