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Zinc reacting with lead nitrate in a soft gel to form lead crystals. (Photo by Yan Liang/Caters News)

These beautiful shots may look like works of modern art – but they are actually close-ups of chemical reactions. The works were snapped with the help of a group of scientists from the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in Anhui, China. Here: Zinc reacting with lead nitrate in a soft gel to form lead crystals. (Photo by Yan Liang/Caters News)
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23 Oct 2014 11:33:00
Students of the General Yermolov Cadet School wait to board an airplane for a parachute jump at an airdrome in the village of Novomaryevskaya outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, May 13, 2016. (Photo by Eduard Korniyenko/Reuters)

Students of the General Yermolov Cadet School wait to board an airplane for a parachute jump at an airdrome in the village of Novomaryevskaya outside the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, May 13, 2016. (Photo by Eduard Korniyenko/Reuters)
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14 May 2016 11:40:00
Kazakh troops march during a parade of the armed forces to mark the Defender of the Fatherland Day in Astana, May 7, 2014. (Photo by Mukhtar Kholdorbekov/Reuters)

Kazakh troops march during a parade of the armed forces to mark the Defender of the Fatherland Day in Astana, May 7, 2014. (Photo by Mukhtar Kholdorbekov/Reuters)
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24 Sep 2014 12:31:00


A rare turquoise mosaic mask is displayed at The Britrish Museum on April 7, 2009 in London, England. The Aztec mask, originally from Mexico will be one of the key exhibits to go on show at the Moctezuma: Aztec Ruler exhibition which opens to the public on 24 September 2009. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
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23 Mar 2011 10:41:00


A death mask thought to be that of English dramatist William Shakespeare (1566–1616). Found by Dr. Ludwig Becker in Mainz in 1849, the mask was linked to Shakespeare because of its 1616 date and its supposed facial resemblance to the writer. A rival theory, however, maintains that the mask is more likely to be that of English poet Ben Johnson. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images). Circa 1900
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23 Jun 2011 10:19:00
The expertly colourised shots were brought to life by French bank technician, Frédéric Duriez (51). The images were provided by the Valois collection which belongs to the BDIC. “By colourising these photos, I reduce the time that separates us today from this conflict”, said Frédéric. “A black and white photo does not attract the attention of young people, if you colour it, then people will look at it with curiosity. After this, we see the greater the misery and distress of these French fighters”. The total number of casualties in WW1 was more that 38 million. By the end of the war, over eight-million men had been called up to fight in the French army. France suffered 4.2 million casualties during the war with 1.3 million people dead. Here: Car cannon sections in firing position, Auxi-le-Château. (Photo by Frédéric Duriez/BDIC/Mediadrumworld.com)

The expertly colourised shots were brought to life by French bank technician, Frédéric Duriez (51). The images were provided by the Valois collection which belongs to the BDIC. “By colourising these photos, I reduce the time that separates us today from this conflict”, said Frédéric. Here: Car cannon sections in firing position, Auxi-le-Château. (Photo by Frédéric Duriez/BDIC/Mediadrumworld.com)
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03 May 2017 08:41:00
Dancers at the Windmill Theatre in London, practice a routine wearing gas masks and hard-hats with their costumes, 1940. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Dancers at the Windmill Theatre in London, England practice a routine wearing gas masks and hard-hats with their costumes, 1940. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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29 Jan 2018 06:59:00
Mask Project By Lala Roe

“Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth”. – Oscar Wilde. (Photo by Lala Roe)
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07 Apr 2015 08:38:00