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2012’s Most Spine Tingling Photos, So Far (49 pics) - Picture #6

Posted by Xaniel in Random » Awesome   29 Jun 2012   / 161028 views


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Mount Rainier casting a shadow on clouds




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Impressive.
       
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OUTSTANDING
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skyken 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I noticed that to. WTF?
       
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Skyken 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Should have been on the next comment.
       
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goosaeh 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
the bus in mexico city with korean(?) sign?
       
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jes1126 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I noticed that right away in my email! I followed the link to find the story. Hmmmm . . .
       
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Esaú 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Yeah, it always has been parked at the northwest corner of the Plaza Luis Cabrera at Colonia Roma, México D. F.
       
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Peanut 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Beautiful.
       
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placebob 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I THOUGHT THE SECOND PHOTO DEPICTED JONAH INSIDE THE WHALE..................
       
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mcclancy 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
now that is a pot bunker!
       
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adffd 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Mexico City, Japanese text? How many Spanish-speaking people can read Japanese? I know I can't.
       
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Mayumi 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
It is very difficult Japanease language,but English is a most difficult one too. Not many people know that!!!!
       
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Court 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Hot!, Sounds foul!!
       
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Cheryl 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Where are the photographers' credits for these pictures?
       
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Kathy Keatley Garvey 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I took the honey bee sting photo and it's copyrighted. http://www.flickr.com/photos/pho-tog/5065414677/
       
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daniel rella 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
do not stop

these are fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
       
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Patricia 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Maybe they have a large China Town in Mexico City?
       
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jbs 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
actually, they do.
       
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uttam kaul 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
amazing , but some pics look photo shopped
       
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Sharon z 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Yup. No doubt
       
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kermit 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
good show



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Catherine 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Amazing photos!
       
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deblove314 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I love seahorses..
       
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Girl 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Does anyone know where "The Edge of the World" picture is depicting?
       
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doodaa 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
No where.
       
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Skier 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I believe that it a photo of the North Cape, the most Northerly point in Europe.
       
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warlock 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
See here for details on edge of the world pic
       
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Warlock 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Noticed it helps if you post the link .... "Edge of the World by Rhys Davies ... Beachy Head, England ... try here... http://twistedsifter.com/2012/05/picture-of-the-day-worlds-edge/
       
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Diane Meyer 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
This photo is Photoshopped!!!! No way that many planes would take off that close!!!!
       
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AmberBock444 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
It as a time-lapse photo. The camera stayed in one place and snapped pictures of various planes taking off all day. Then the pictures were combined into one.
       
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Child 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Thanks for the pictures. I can't see well enough to pick up everything.
       
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ESTE 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Thank you for sharing such wonderful pictures! Is there a way to subscribe?
       
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Mandy Kloppers 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Love the seal :)
       
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Darius 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
My favorites - 15, 28. 30
       
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teh 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
fantastic!!! edge of the world, where is the location?
       
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Fishermen 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
very different Neil
       
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Navid Guia 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
No.12 is Beachy Head, https://plus.google.com/107101208158314368393/posts/faBz75NzGNv#1071012081583143
68393/posts/faBz75NzGNv
       
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TEMA 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Love the manatee looking so Jabba the Hut but wise and gentle at the same time. Love the little girl... not afraid, perhaps seeing the gentleness in the monster's eyes.
The gentle giant and the little princess... awwww....
Love it all.
       
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Wonderful 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Exit mail
       
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Kevinq 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
This is sooooooooo pretty!
       
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Anderson 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
It is supper good photos.
       
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Eyemagistus 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Inexcusable not to include photographer credits. Art thief! And a sexist pig too.
       
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malabika mukherji 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Incredible,wonderful, but some are too amazing to be true.
       
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Jump 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Anne white great photographs
       
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Hybrid 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Really great and wonderful pics. I remember the creator of these wonderful scenes and thank Him for being God our Father through Christ Jesus who died and rose again for our sake.
Shanthakumar
       
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Mushroom 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Frederick Rodgers of Portland, Oregon

Some of the best photographs capture the precise moment, and that's better than my saying something like "I didn't know until I studied your seahorse and watch photo that these amazing creatures can tell time!" Actually, they tell real time better than humans can."
       
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Groom 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
beautifull i like it (:

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Monica 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
This picture is so beautiful!!!
       
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Louise IrelandFrey 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
As a retired MD and former biologist I looked with sympathy at the honeybee's first (and last) sting. The bee dies afterward, leaving its entrails, as pictured. Unlke wasps, etc.,honeybees can sting only once.
An amzingly clear, accurate photo, made possible by the man accepting the sting.
       
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Don Ferguson 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
the best , the only thing I drink
       
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KK Sharma 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I wish we could see the credits to the brilliant photographers too...
       
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2seaNickki 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
I love the edge of the world pic. I also enjoyed the Taipai picture located by that Moon Park bridge. That was gorgeous!
       
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Peggy Marketello 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Who mows that lawn in the crater?
Gorgeous photos. Need to give credit to the photo artists?
       
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arlenes40 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
#10: just what are these things and #30: Floating Islands on "Pandora" - wow just great photos
       
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Goetz R. Schaude 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Photo #4: I hate it! I grew up with a Grampa who reared bees, and we profited in the poor years after WW2 from having them. So I care for bees, them being one of the most important animals for our survival in pollinating plants: No bees, no fruit, no grains, no vegetables, no nothing for us human beings to survive.
For this reason I hate photo #4: one of the most useful animals for mankind being photographed in the act, where it is killed. What kind of barbarian finds this an exciting photo?
Goetz R. Schaude, Rastatt, Germany
       
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Check 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
amazing photos. I sympathize with you about the bee but to have captured it's passing, know that it will live on forever on the internet. Love the edge of the world and want to repel that wall. Where is that location?
       
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word police 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Check: I would be interested in how you would repel that wall. Unless, of course, you are thinking of rappel, which, if you know how to do it, you should also know how to spell it.
       
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amazed 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
#36 is proof of German discipline and air traffic controlling prowess
       
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Different 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
That is cool! Eva
       
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Delight 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
it was awsome todd
       
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Doubtful 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Pretty amazing that the Costa Concordia would be bigger than some countries! Give me a break.
       
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nice 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
not that bad. love #12
       
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Photographer 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
You are using these photos without authorization or credit. This is copyright infringement. See http://www.ppa.com/findaphotographer/copyright.php.
"Copyright is a property right"
"Under the Federal Copyright Act of 1976, photographs are protected by copyright from the moment of creation."
"Photographers have the exclusive right to reproduce their photographs (right to control the making of copies)."
"Unless you have permission from the photographer, you can’t copy, distribute (no scanning and sending them to others), publicly display (no putting them online), or create derivative works from photographs."
"Even small levels of infringement—copying a photo without permission—can have a devastating impact on a photographer’s ability to make a living."
"Copyright infringements—reproducing photos without permission—can result in civil and criminal penalties."
(I took one of these photos and you did not contact me for authorization)
       
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Ben J. 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
No credits are required, he is not making money from these photos. Don't post photos on the free internet if you expect compensation for it.
       
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Sip 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Where are the photographer's credits?
       
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Diari 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Picture #27 is a Japanese bus in Toyama, Kurobe Damu, written on the bus locator. Whoever said it is relevant to Mexico (written in Latin), Chinese (written in full Kanji) 戸山、黒部ダム。
Japan, heavily underrated country, the best country in the world.
People are so gullible these days, have eyes, see nothing.
       
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Dogtamer 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Diari, I wondered about the same thing, so I did some research before reposting the "yarn-bombed" bus photo. This is what I created for the caption of my re-post:

Many folks notice the Japanese ideographic characters on this bus & thus look askance @ the Mexico City location. The bus, which relatively reliable information purports now sits parked at the northwest corner of the Plaza Luis Cabrera at Colonia Roma, is one of 14 1960s Mitsubishi buses that were originally donated to Mexico in 2000 by the Japanese government, with the idea that they would be used in creating educational centers. They sat abandoned until 2005, when the “Galería Trolebús” (Trolleybus Gallery) was begun to promote non-traditional art projects. The gallery ceased operations in 2009 due to financial problems, but three of the buses are still used for art projects. The one depicted here was "yarn bombed" in 2008 by the Austin, Texas group "Knitta Please", who reportedly used a ton of yarn; the picture is credited to Knitta Please founder Magda Sayeg.

An investigation of the Wikipedia source referenced in the below-linked article (ref. # 1) does appear reliable, as does the source of the "Knitta Please" information linked secondly.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolleybuses_of_Roma,_Condesa_and_Hip%C3%B3dromo

http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/knitta-please-bus
       
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Dennis Tredinnick 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
These photo's are so great. We do live in a beautiful earth.
       
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Joan M. Friedman 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
Dear Helene:

You are right, these are great pictures. Thank you so much.

Love Joan
       
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Back 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
And God created these photographers for the delight of the earthlings !!!!!!!!
Fantastic !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dev Mahapatra
       
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bjay 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
since when do southwest airlines fly out of hannover ???????????
       
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tomn8r 1 year ago MARK AS SPAM
since when does Air New Zealand fly ATR 72's out of Hannover?
       
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