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Tom Hinmon
Tom Hinmon

The distances are absolutely mind-boggling!

ANIL MANGOOL
ANIL MANGOOL

IS IT NOT BECAUSE OF THE PRESENCE OF THAT SOMETHING INFINITE WITHIN EACH ONE OF US THAT WE ABLE TO COMPREHEND OR TRY TO COMPREHEND THE INCOMREHENSIBLE UNIVERSE WHICH ITSELF IS A MANIFESTATION OF THE INFINITE 

Norma Cooper
Norma Cooper

sad but true...seeing the pictures is as close as I will ever get to actually being there. They are wonderful!

Rafael Veliz
Rafael Veliz

I think God is a Great Creator and that we are a microscopic dust spot in His vast Creation.

Stephen Wasike
Stephen Wasike

breath taking-cutting edge photography....national Geographic..always above top


Madonna Cote
Madonna Cote

Awesome imgaes. I love viewing things we can't normally see from where we stand.

Russell Mott
Russell Mott

Makes you feel really small, but really beautiful, just amazing......

Naser agahahroudi
Naser agahahroudi

Sky is the most amazing creature for me.I have enjoyed from every single new discovery within this indefinite and i will.Bravely i can say that sky and specially the whole moon have settled me down when i stress by daily life by giving me the feeling that there is a power beyond all powers what i can rely on. 

Ed Cannon
Ed Cannon

That's definitely a frog. There's a lot of them on the cape in Florida. evidently one less frog in Virginia tho. Dang good eating to.

Tina Wade-Lucas
Tina Wade-Lucas

I don't think it's really a frog. I don't believe that the impact of that blast would leave the body of an animal (especially that small) intact enough to show an image that high.

Nate Whilk
Nate Whilk

@Tina Wade-Lucas It depends on how close the frog was to the blast. At the right distance it could easily be thrown into the air without being torn apart.

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