Check out Brooklyn-based artist Clement Valla's latest collection of images titled Postcards from Google Earth, which reveal Dalí-esque drooping roadways and and bridges spotted in the program. Although they may appear to have been caused by computer glitches, Valla says that they are logical results of the system when it is exposed to too much depth or too many shadows.
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Tuesday, Feb 12th 2013 (12:10am)
Winners have been announced in the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012, a competition that saw over 22,000 entries from over 150 countries. The grand prize goes to Ashley Vincent who shot a photo of Busaba, a "well cared for Indochinese Tigress" who was shaking herself dry. See all the winning photographs at National Geographic.
Tuesday, Jan 8th 2013 (12:01am)
Jay Mark Johnson uses a slit camera to take surreal photographs that emphasize time over space. What comes through the lens looks different depending on whether it is moving or stationary.
Nature never stops to amaze us with its magnificent phenomenon just like these inexplicable holes in the ground. These holes may be formed gradually or suddenly, and are found worldwide. This is a list of beautiful natural holes from around the World, which have become popular tourist destinations.
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Django Unchained (2012)
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