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I think it would look even cooler, though, if the girl was in focus and the birds were blurred.I think it would frame the picture nicely (:

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Dinka tribe by Carol Beckwith & Angela Fisher Dinka Boy with Long Horned Bull, South Sudan Dinka Man Imitating Horns, South Sudan Dinka Boy with Namesake Ox, South Sudan Dinka Child Climbing Among.

stripes, by Francis Giacobetti

PATTERN- This artwork is an example of pattern because the stripes. The repetitive stripes are repetitive and throughout the artwork showing pattern.

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smoke fog of the Pennsylvania Mountains or canoe on Vancouver Island or mist of the lowlands of South Carolina or squals off L. Huron in Winter

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The Solar Eclipse from Space. This is by far the most amazing image you’ll see all week. While we did see some great images of Sunday’s ring of fire eclipse from Earth, nothing can match this amazing shot taken from space.

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fun idea for mothers and daughters. i was the mom at the skatepark picking up in those rollers just to keep my hair from curling for the night. now, sometimes they ask us to arrive on set with our hair in them, ready for the stylist to do their magic!

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I thought this would make a good cover for a magazine that addresses photography especially if it was for an issue on architechture

Miles Davis, Birdland, New York City, 1958. © Dennis Stock / Magnum Photos #truenewyork #lovenyc

Miles Davis, Birdland, New York City, © Dennis Stock Magnum Photos.

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Andy Orley flies off his skateboard while skating down the famous Forest Gump road in Monument Valley, UT. Photo by Dave Lehl.

Larung Gar, China Photograph by Lei He, National Geographic Your Shot  Streetlamps light a path through a dense population of small homes with red roofs in Larung Gar, in the Garzé Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China. Some 10,000 nuns and monks live here, settled around one of the largest Buddhist institutes in the world.

natgeotravel: Street lights pop near small homes...

Streetlamps light a path through a dense population of small homes with red roofs in Larung Gar, in the Garzé Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, China. Some nuns and monks live here, settled around one of the largest Buddhist institutes in the world.

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