We already posted beautiful photos taken by Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock which appeared on his Twitter account. It seems that other astronauts follow his example. Here’s another set of pictures made this time by astronaut Paolo Nespoli while he was aboard the space station. The photo was taken approximately 1,000 km northeast of the Solomon Islands.
Meat America is a series of photos created by American photographer Dominic Episcopo. The will also make part of an upcoming book. The series is intended to reflect America’s spirit of entrepreneurship and also "celebrate the appetite for insurmountable odds, limitless aspiration, and immeasurable success."
Well Jan is almost over, can you believe that! Here is a collection of photos to start off the last week of the month.
Devil Did It
Billy Monk used to work as a nightclub bouncer for Les Catacombs Club in Cape Town in 1967. He had another undercover job as he took pictures of the nightclub revelers to sell those photos to his subjects. Many of his prints will be exhibited in spring 2011 in Woodstock. But you don’t have to wait for another month, as you can see images of people partying many years ago after the jump.
First look at X-Men: First Class
This is a new compilation of beautiful and impressive space photos taken by Colonel Douglas H. Wheelock and posted on his Twitter account. This time he shows us pictures from his space mission up to November 25, 2010, when his crew safely landed their Soyuz spacecraft in Kazakhstan, and many wonderful photographs of Earth taken from space.
These are awesome photos taken at the right moment. In other words, all these pictures are perfectly timed, and this is what makes them special, unique and very impressive.
Pictures taken at the right moment (40 pics)
Pictures taken at the right moment. Part 2 (52 pics)
Pictures Taken at the Right Moment. Part 3 (53 pics)
Stop the moment (28 pics)
One moment in life (49 pics)
These are some cool pictures of Boston 40 years ago.There’s something magic about these pictures. I just love them.
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