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Tags:   Sunset Reflection blur Trees Silhouette water

N 12 B 225 C 0 E Dec 8, 2019 F Dec 8, 2019
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We're Here! : The Beatles Project

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Tags:   We're Here! The Beatles Project Aging Grow Old With Me

N 22 B 394 C 2 E Dec 8, 2019 F Dec 8, 2019
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Tags:   The Symmetry of a Formal Entry Non-pose Posing Place de La Baume 341/365

N 21 B 486 C 0 E Dec 8, 2019 F Dec 8, 2019
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Strobist: AB1600 with gridded 60X30 softbox camera right. Reflector camera left. Triggered by Cybersync.

Tags:   Piggyback Attack and Peppered Monkey Tails Burger Still Life Strobist

N 99 B 1.5K C 1 E Dec 8, 2019 F Dec 8, 2019
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NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this impressive image revealing a band of swirling clouds in Jupiter's northern latitudes during Juno’s close flyby on Nov. 3, 2019. Small pop-up storms can also be seen rising above the lighter areas of the clouds, most noticeably on the right side of the image.

This view provides scientists with high-resolution details — the spacecraft skimmed approximately 3,200 miles (5,200 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloud tops at the time it was taken.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS

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