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Mohan Sharma posted this picture to National Geographic's Your Shot photo community.

CITY BIRDS (Places) - Strolling through downtown San Francisco during our vacation, the birds sitting on the wires and skyscrapers in the foggy background caught my attention. A lucky shot! (Photo and caption by Matthias Luetolf/National Geographic Photo Contest)# This is a repin so the previous words are not mine. I was struck by how nature can adapt to our creation.

National Geographic Photo Contest 2012

National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 - CITY BIRDS (Places) - Strolling through downtown San Francisco during our vacation, the birds sitting on the wires and skyscrapers in the foggy background caught my attention.

Public water garden, Fort Worth, Texas, 1974. Architects: Philip Johnson + John Burgee (photograph from National Geographic, April 1980).  I want St. Louis to have something that is like this too.

Jeux d'eau en ville

WATER FEATURE - Public water garden, Fort Worth, Texas, Architects: Philip Johnson + John Burgee (photograph from National Geographic, April

Tourists atop the Chicago Tribune building look down on the Chicago River, the site of Old Fort Dearborn.

Tourists atop the Chicago Tribune building look down on the Chicago River, the site of Old Fort Dearborn. Photo by Anthony Stewart, National Geographic, undated.

Il Duomo | National Geographic | Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista - Visualoop

Portfolio of the Week - Fernando Baptista

REDIFINING THE DOME --- Brunelleschi created for Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence a vault of unparalleled magnificence that remains to this day the world’s largest masonry dome. By Fernando G. Baptista. Published on February 2014.

REDIFINING THE DOME --- Brunelleschi created for Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence a vault of unparalleled magnificence that remains to this day the world’s largest masonry dome. By Fernando G.

National Geographic, 1972, Young Lovers in Paris

This is a beautiful daily picture of a couple kissing in a market in Paris. I love the colours, the used and natural effect of this capture. -> from the National Geographic, 1972 “Young lovers in Paris” by Gordon W.

"Three shafts of sunlight illuminate the basilica and its mosaic floor in the Vatican, December 1971. Photograph by Albert Moldvay, National Geographic"

petapeta: “ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other Three shafts of sunlight illuminate the basilica and its mosaic floor in the Vatican, December 1971 by National Geographic St. Peter’s Basilica (Latin:.

Labbezanga near the Mali-Niger border | National Geographic August 1975 | Georg Gerster

kicker-of-elves: “ Labbezanga near the Mali-Niger border National Geographic August 1975 Georg Gerster ”

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