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Stunning Time Lapse Filmed Over Mojave Desert When Meteor Explodes E-mail
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When the monotony of everyday life grinds you down it's easy to forget that sights as beautiful as this actually exist. We often look beyond earth itself for otherworldly inspiration but as this stunning time lapse filmed over the Mojave desert shows, when it comes to amazing spectacles earth does it best. Mojave Blues was filmed and edited by astrophotographer Harun Mehmedinovic as part of Project SKYGLOW, a project that aims to explore some of the most under-appreciated landscapes and beautiful night sky views that North America has to offer. The project aims to spread awareness on urban light pollution, something that's slowly ruining the stunning scenes you see in the video below.
The Living Things E-mail
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A project exploring the symbiosis between humans and photosynthetic algae through the installation of furniture that cultivates living things. Algae are microscopic unicellular water plants that absorb large amounts of CO2 and produce roughly half of our atmosphere's oxygen. They cover huge swaths of the ocean, and are massively important for our planet . Pierre started this project in the early nineties.
Last Updated on Friday, 19 February 2016 13:07
Yosemitebear Mountain Double Rainbow E-mail
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It was rainbowing for at least an hour on January 8th 2010. It was incredible. The camera could not capture the vivid intensity and brightness.
Such A Thunderstorm Time Lapse Is Absolutely Terrifying E-mail
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This storm filmed off of Maroochydore, Australia is absolutely terrifying yet you won't be able to stop watching. The raw time lapse was filmed by Blue Dog Films using a Canon 5d Mk3 and shows lightning flashes going off in each and every direction as giant clouds constantly shift and change shape at the same time. The end result is footage that resembles what a real life nightmare might look like and also proves that just about everything in Australia including the weather wants to kill you!

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