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Fireflies Shimmer in Long-Exposure Photos

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Magical time-lapse photography by Tsuneaki Hiramatsu

When digital photos look too good to be true, they usually are. That's the assumption, anyway. So when we first ran across these incredible images of fireflies sparkling in the Japanese night, we assumed they had been touched up by a heavy hand. Not so, apparently. The man behind the camera -- Tsuneaki Hiramatsu, a hobby photographer from Okayama City -- used long-exposure and time-lapse......read more

Star Trails by Don Pettit

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NASA astronaut depicts the final frontier in suuuuper slow motion

These stunning space photos started circulating around the web back in the summer, but I guess we were too busy having a great time to notice. The images were shot in spring 2012 by NASA astronaut Don Pettit, who was on a mission aboard the International Space Center. Shot at long exposures from 240 miles up in space, the photos show the paths made by stars and earth lights......read more

Light: LED Installations by Bruce Munro

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British artist trips the light fantastic at Longwood Gardens

If these pictures are any indication, Bruce Munro's first-ever large-scale solo show won't be his last. In "Light," the British artist fills 23 acres of Pennsylvania's Longwood Gardens with six outdoor installations, two interior projects, and a collection of illuminated of illuminated sculptural works. Subtle environmental commentary informs the entire project, from the "Waterlilies" piece......read more

On The Road: A Trip Along The West Coast

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Photographer Laua Zalenga

  Laura Zalenga is a young photographer from Southern Germany. Her US road trip along the West Coast captures the American wanderlust perfectly. On The Road chronicals her time spent during two months in a van with a friend. 'A lot of my friends were a bit sceptic when I told them about my plan: to live in a van for two months with a friend and traveling along the US West......read more

Wake Up Call From Baltimore

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We Can No Longer Ignore Our Inner Cities

They’ve been talking about the riots in Baltimore for a long, long time. The last big riots, that is. I moved to Baltimore, my wife’s hometown, from Colorado in the mid-aughts, and lucked into a job as a writer for a local magazine. Every city in America was fighting to be the “greenest” at the time, and while I knew next to nothing about cities, and nothing......read more

Landscape Light Installations by Barry Underwood

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Surreal long exposure shots offer subtle comment on light pollution

When nature and technology collide in the name of art, you can color us interested. Ohio artist Barry Underwood does a masterful job of juxtaposing the two. Taking inspiration from film, theatre, land art, and painting, Underwood creates LED light installations in natural settings, then takes long exposure photos of the scenes. The results are dramatic, to say the least. The works provide some......read more

Jason Florio: River Gambia Expedition

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Stirring photos document a threatened way of life along the Gambia River

Jason Florio and his wife, Helen Jones-Florio, had already traveled the Republic of Gambia extensively when they decided to walk around the entirety of it in 2009. The 600-mile walk stands as the first recorded circumnavigation of the West African country by foot. As such, they know Gambia better than most, so when they heard of plans to dam the Gambia River on the Senegal-Guinea......read more

Chasing the Sky with Photographer Jeff Luker

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NY photog travels America, captures magic moments all along the way

Photographer Jeff Luker explores themes of freedom, sexuality and youth in commissions that take him all over the country. Now based in NYC, where he moved to from Portland, OR a few years ago, Jeff frequently returns to the West to capture images in the great outdoors. Taking cues from pioneers in the medium like William Eggleston, Nan Goldin and Robert Frank, his style is relaxed and unforced,......read more

Microsoft Inks Wind Energy Deal

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The deal marks Microsoft's first long-term power purchase agreement for wind energy

A 55-turbine wind farm planned for a site in Texas will have at least one very large customer: Microsoft, which announced it has entered a deal to buy 110 MW of the wind energy to power a data center. The wind farm, located about 70 miles outside of Fort Worth, will be owned and operated by RES Americas and will go under construction next year (with power flowing in 2015). The deal is......read more

A Year on the Yenisei River

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Photographer Ilya Naymushin captures life along Siberia's great waterway

The Yenisei River is the largest river system in the world that you've never heard of. Cutting through the remote reaches of Siberia, the Yenisei provides electricity, transportation, food, and sport to more than a million residents. From his base in Krasnoyarsk, Russia--the third largest city in Siberia--Reuters photographer Ilya Naymushin traveled along the mighty river to capture its changing......read more

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