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21 de Dezembro de 2014 at 22:08

Totem – Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

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Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

Totem (Striking photographs of woodland creatures in urban locations) © Photographer Jason Mc Groarty

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21 de Dezembro de 2014 at 19:51

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Double Vision

Photograph by Stéphane Scotto, National Geographic Your Shot

Kayakers navigate a watery fairway on the Bay of Arcachon in southwestern France. Your Shot member Stéphane Scotto was shooting aerial images from an ultralight motorized plane while the subject of a TV segment about his work on the bay. “The tide was changing, and I saw these two kayaks,” he writes. “[The scene] looked like an iris in which clouds were reflected.”

See more aerial images in the Your Shot feature “Trending: View From Above.”

This photo was submitted to Your Shot. Check out the new and improved website, where you can share photos, take part in assignments, lend your voice to stories, and connect with fellow photographers from around the globe.

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21 de Dezembro de 2014 at 14:14

Histórias que Inspiram – Parte 2

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Originally posted on Alucinações da Alma:

“Bob Hoover, o famoso piloto de testes, bastante solicitado para realizar acrobacias aéreas, depois de uma dessas demonstrações em San Diego estava a voltar a casa em Los Angeles. A 300 pés de altura, como descreveu a revista especializada Flight Operations, ambos os motores da aeronave repentinamente pararam. Através de uma hábil manobra, ele conseguiu aterrar e, embora ninguém se tenha ferido, o avião ficou bastante danificado. Após proceder à aterragem de emergência, a primeira providência de Hoover foi examinar o tanque do avião. Tal como suspeitara, o aparelho da Segunda Grande Guerra Mundial tinha sido abastecido com combustível de jacto, não com gasolina.

Voltando ao aeroporto, pediu para ver o mecânico que tinha abastecido o avião. O rapaz mostrou-se profundamente abalado com o erro que tinha cometido. Quando Hoover se aproximou dele, as lágrimas escorriam-lhe pela cara. Acabara de causar a perda de um avião extremamente dispendioso e por pouco não causou a perda de três vidas. Era de se imaginar a fúria de Hoover, as…

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20 de Dezembro de 2014 at 10:22

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Places Winner

Triston Yeo, Singapore

Bathing in Budapest

The thermal spas in Budapest [are] one of the favorite activities of Hungarians, especially in winter. We were fortunate to gain special access to shoot in the thermal spa thanks to our tour guide, Gabor. I love the mist, caused by the great difference in temperature between the hot spa water and the atmosphere. It makes the entire spa experience more surreal and mystical.

Congratulations to the winners, specially, this category!

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20 de Dezembro de 2014 at 10:13

Papel de Natal

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18 de Dezembro de 2014 at 21:33

26 mind-blowing facts you never knew about Google

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Originally posted on BGR:

Hundreds of millions of people rely on Google for everything from web searches and email to finding directions and scheduling our lives. Call Google “evil” all you want, but the Internet is one of the most important tools of the modern era, and it’s thanks in large part to Google.

But as often as you use the company’s many great services, how well do you really know Google?

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18 de Dezembro de 2014 at 20:43

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