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10 Spirited Vuvuzela Pictures (With No Annoying Buzzing Sound)

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The vuvuzela has been introduced as a common noise heard during the 2010 World Cup. In my opinion it’s a cheap plastic horn that takes away the usual soccer stadium atmosphere. It has no variable pitch and sounds like a bunch of bees buzzing. If you’ve watched one of the games, the vuvuzela is about all you hear during the match.

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14 Perfect Mountain Reflection Pictures

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Reflection pictures are some of my favorite. I especially enjoy mountain reflections and how stunning some of them can turn out if the right conditions exist. Here are 14 perfect ones to inspire you to spend a bit of time outdoors and hopefully catch a few stunning images yourself.

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New Design, New Think Tank Photo Camera Bag Giveaway (Winner Announced)

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As you can see, we’ve recently updated out blog design. Thanks to Paul Tebbott who did a great job with the design and meeting our expectations for a more minimalist approach. Now on to something better, a new giveaway! To celebrate the arrival of our new blog design, Think Tank Photo is sponsoring another giveaway for one of our readers.

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16 Gentle Giraffe Pictures

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Giraffes, the tallest of all land-living animal species, are one of those animals that everyone seems to love. With their long necks, legs, and tongue, they are fun to watch moving around towering over everyone.

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14 Actual Beach Volleyball Pictures

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Maybe it’s just me, but it seems that most beach volleyball pictures focus around a certain subject. Well, here are 14 actual beach volleyball pictures that will get you pumped for heading to the beach this summer.

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Peter Nitsch – Shophouses – 4 x 8 m Bangkok

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Beyond the skyscrapers and neon signs, which also increasingly oust the traditional cityscape of Bangkok, Peter Nitsch, the photographer-artist, who was born in Germany in 1973, grants us an intimate view of the retail businesses that are typical of Southeast Asia and the lives of their owners. For many of them the mostly two-story shop, that on the lower level is open to the street, is a workplace and living space in one.

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