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A demonstrator holds up a picture depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin with make-up, during a protest by the gay community in Amsterdam April 8, 2013. Russia does not discriminate against homosexuals, Putin told reporters in Amsterdam on Monday where he was greeted by gay rights and other activists critical of Russia's track record. Putin is on one-day visit in the Netherlands for the start of the Netherlands-Russia Year. (Photo by Cris Toala Olivares/Reuters)

A demonstrator holds up a picture depicting Russian President Vladimir Putin with make-up, during a protest by the gay community in Amsterdam April 8, 2013. Russia does not discriminate against homosexuals, Putin told reporters in Amsterdam on Monday where he was greeted by gay rights and other activists critical of Russia's track record. Putin is on one-day visit in the Netherlands for the start of the Netherlands-Russia Year. (Photo by Cris Toala Olivares/Reuters)
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10 Apr 2013 12:32:00
A Flash of Lightning by Bert Hickman

Hickman's experimental art, which reflects the vein-like extensions that electrical charges burn into surfaces they come in contact with, are referred to as Lichtenberg figures. The diverging patterns present in each of the artist's "paintings" are natural occurrences from subjecting the panels to tiny lightning storms through a handy device known as a particle accelerator. Hickman is like a modern-day Zeus, painting with lightning bolts.
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26 Nov 2012 14:15:00
A French Air Force Mirage 2000 fighter jet takes off during the close air support (CAS) exercise Serpentex 2016 hosted by France in the Mediterranean island of Corsica, at Solenzara air base, March 17, 2016. (Photo by Charles Platiau/Reuters)

A French Air Force Mirage 2000 fighter jet takes off during the close air support (CAS) exercise Serpentex 2016 hosted by France in the Mediterranean island of Corsica, at Solenzara air base, March 17, 2016. Serpentex is an annual exercise that involves joint terminal attack controllers (JTACs) from 12 countries from March 7 to March 25, 2016. (Photo by Charles Platiau/Reuters)
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18 Mar 2016 11:23:00
People, carry food and water, past a tractor stuck in  mud, stones and debris that were piled in a flood in the mountain village of Sipkovica, just above the town of Tetovo, in northwestern Macedonia, on Tuesday, August 4, 2015. (Photo by Zoran Andonov/AP Photo)

People, carry food and water, past a tractor stuck in mud, stones and debris that were piled in a flood in the mountain village of Sipkovica, just above the town of Tetovo, in northwestern Macedonia, on Tuesday, August 4, 2015. A small number of people including children have died in floods that erupted after an hour of heavy torrential rains and strong winds that hit Tetovo and northwestern region of Macedonia late on Monday. (Photo by Zoran Andonov/AP Photo)
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05 Aug 2015 12:50:00
Models in lingerie are seen walking the streets of Sydney during a marketing campaign in support of marriage equality in Sydney, Australia on August 14, 2017. On Monday, 60 Honey Birdette employees took to the streets of the Sydney CBD in support for marriage equality ahead of the federal government’s controversial postal plebiscite on the topic, with forms slated to arrive in Australians’ mailboxes on September 12. Australians will vote on whether to legalise gay marriage via a voluntary postal vote and need to register by August 24. According to Honey Birdette’s Facebook page, the aim of the demonstration was to empower women and celebrate equality. The founder and CEO of the brand Eloise Monaghan is a “proud member of the community” and married to another woman. (Photo by PA Wire)

Models in lingerie are seen walking the streets of Sydney during a marketing campaign in support of marriage equality in Sydney, Australia on August 14, 2017. On Monday, 60 Honey Birdette employees took to the streets of the Sydney CBD in support for marriage equality ahead of the federal government’s controversial postal plebiscite on the topic, with forms slated to arrive in Australians’ mailboxes on September 12. Australians will vote on whether to legalise gay marriage via a voluntary postal vote and need to register by August 24. According to Honey Birdette’s Facebook page, the aim of the demonstration was to empower women and celebrate equality. The founder and CEO of the brand Eloise Monaghan is a “proud member of the community” and married to another woman. (Photo by PA Wire)
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15 Aug 2017 07:32:00
“Lightning Flash Photography”. Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia – January 8, 2003. (Photo by Michael Bath/Caters News)

Michael Bath, from McLeans Ridges in New South Wales, Australia, estimates that in his lifetime he has taken more than 3,500 images of lightning bolts illuminating the sky. Photo: Alstonville, New South Wales, Australia – January 8, 2003. (Photo by Michael Bath/Caters News)
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04 Apr 2014 11:44:00
The Underwater Paintings By Samantha French

The artist Samantha French reveals the magnificent series of paintings: portraits of men and women under water. Very realistic creations expressing the world under water. Every detail is present, sunlight on water, air bubbles in the water, the color tone underwater, aquatic atmosphere. Absolutely amazing to discover in the rest of the article works.
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25 Apr 2014 11:41:00
Farmers use tractors and burn tires, hay and manure as they block the highway between Morlaix and Brest during a demonstration against the market prices of their product, on July 22, 2015 in Morlaix, western of France. French farmers protesting over falling food prices threatened to step up blockades of cities, roads and tourist sites, as the government prepared to unveil emergency aid for them. (Photo by Fred Tanneau/AFP Photo)

Farmers use tractors and burn tires, hay and manure as they block the highway between Morlaix and Brest during a demonstration against the market prices of their product, on July 22, 2015 in Morlaix, western of France. French farmers protesting over falling food prices threatened to step up blockades of cities, roads and tourist sites, as the government prepared to unveil emergency aid for them. Farmers have dumped manure in cities, blocked access roads and motorways and hindered tourists from reaching Mont St-Michel in northern France, one of France's most visited sites. (Photo by Fred Tanneau/AFP Photo)
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23 Jul 2015 10:39:00