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Darren Smith Photography Oct 28
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JEREMIAH HUNNUS Mar 9
Marfo in New York, 2020 by me
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Sumesh Lekhi May 11
The is the fastest land animal, achieving a top speed of about 70 mph (113 kph) is often called “nature’s perfect running machines, here at 1200 frames per second and it uses one leg only at a time. credits
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Gulf News Sep 12
Mosaic of : Residents wearing face masks, on which they wrote short messages of hope
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Christopher V. Sherman Nov 7
Wormsloe #1 ’s avenue is covered in by and . It's one the most sites in , . I took a couple of shots in color and black and white
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LEON Jun 25
for something by somebody Sorry for the lack of info (:?
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Lennette Newell Oct 26
(Acinonyx jubatus) from the back while The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal and can reach sprinting speeds as fast as 45 mph in just 2.5 seconds. &WhitePhotography
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Tulip Penney Jul 14
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Denimology Oct 5
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Darren Smith Photography Oct 8
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JEREMIAH HUNNUS Mar 10
KYLE UMEMBA 2020 by me ✨
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Bruce Neeley Jan 18
The Future Foretold... by Bruce Neeley This piece started as a I it. Then using & I pull the piece together into it's final form. Peace Always my dear friends. ❤️☮️🍀🐥❤️✨🤓🌹
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San Jose Museum of Art Jul 16
For more than four decades, Milton Rogovin those he referred to as “the forgotten ones:” the working class and the poor in Buffalo, New York, where he lived, + miners + steel mill workers. Rogovin often grouped his images into diptychs and triptychs to produce
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Jeffrey Freeman Oct 27
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Avista Utilities Feb 22
"There are still some in , dating from around 1910-1911. I this excellent example in Browne’s Addition." -- David Sams
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Francesca OT🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🌻 Nov 20
fear faced: Yesterday I managed to & a ball while being & on a , AND in front of the ! 💪
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RSPB Leighton Moss Mar 11
Want to see a water rail? This particular bird has clearly forgotten that it is supposed to be 'elusive' and has spent the last couple of years being the most water rail in history! Ask at the visitor centre for details of where to look...
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Astrid McGechan Mar 30
. A wonderful sight I couldn’t get enough of - almond on the hillsides, with the snow-capped mountains of the in the distance. in , , . Click for full image.
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Quirky Rides Sep 16
Perhaps not exactly but one of the we today is this looking
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0161 AVIATION GEEK Oct 19
Hope it hasn't been to much of a folks!! The Falcon was always one to bring in the crowds, and from every vantage point when on show ✈️
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