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20 Fantastic Pictures of Jellyfish

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Jellyfish have a surreal type of beauty, but they’re not the easiest creatures to photograph. You must either swim among them underwater or through crowds of kids at an aquarium. In both cases, you have to be patient and hope for a great shot.

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The Timeless Waters – Photography by Vassilis Tangoulis

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The incredible minimalist work of Vassilis Tangoulis is easily recognizable as being the work of a true artist. His outstanding talent of blending long exposures with an intense tonal range makes for a visual journey that engages the imagination. The ability to instantly transport his audience from their reality is quite a feat for a photographer, and Vassilis executes it perfectly with his outstanding portfolio.

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12 Awesome Dog Portraits by Susan Sabo

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Susan Sabo is a professional photographer from Long Beach, CA, who specializes in environmental and animal portraits. Although she runs a full-time business, she still spends part of her time and talent working with rescued animals. Her portraits are clever, heart-warming and full of personality-–and, they help the animals.

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15 Adventurous Rock Climbing Photos

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Here are 15 adventurous rock climbing photos that will hopefully spark your sense of creativity and wonder. As Alan Cohen put it, “There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power.”

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Pennsylvania’s State Parks by Nicholas Tonelli

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Nicholas Tonelli is an amateur photographer who enjoys shooting landscapes, rural areas, and natural areas including forests and wetlands. He primarily shoots in his home state of Pennsylvania, especially in the State Parks with occasional excursions to neighboring states.

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The Spirit of the Horse – Photography by Milan Malovrh

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Milan Malovrh’s favorite themes of photography are the photographic display of dynamics and the speed of movement. Photographing the movement of horses is one of his main challenges. To Milan, the horse has been a metaphor for beauty, elegance and power, especially in the Lippizaner horse.

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