Photo of the day

Really enjoyed watching the SpaceX launch the other day.  The coolest part, though, was not the launch, but the dual rocket landing.  So cool!  Here it is from an Atlantic gallery of the launch:

The two reusable Falcon 9 boosters return to Earth and land successfully, seen in this image from SpaceX video. 

SpaceX
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Photo of the day

Recent National Geographic photo of the day:

OVER/UNDER

“Whilst out snorkelling late one afternoon on Jervis Bay [in Australia], I stumbled across this Common Stingaree gracefully gliding over the shallow sand flats,” says Your Shot photographer Jordan Robins. “As the sun was setting, I managed to captured this over-under image where you can see above and below the water captured in a single exposure.”

PHOTOGRAPH BY JORDAN ROBINS, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC YOUR SHOT

Photo of the day

From a recent Atlantic photos of the week gallery.  This one is for my surfer friends.

Surfer Balaram Stack comes out of the barrel during a late-afternoon free surf session at the legendary Banzai Pipeline on the North shore of Oahu, Hawaii, on January 22, 2018. 

Brian Bielmann / AFP / Getty

 

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Also loved this from Atlantic’s animals on the playing field gallery:

An encounter on the golf course, during the first round of the Zurich Classic at TPC Louisiana on April 25, 2013, in Avondale, Louisiana. 

Chris Graythen / Getty

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Oh my, so many good choices in this “Animals on the Playing Field” gallery in the Atlantic.  Couldn’t resist the very last one.

A group of langur monkeys lounge in the spectator stands as they watch a practice session of the England cricket team in Ahmadabad, India, on October 27, 2006. 

Gurinder Osan / AP

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From a recent Atlantic gallery:

A church and remains of an ancient village. which are usually covered by water, are seen inside the reservoir of Sau, in Vilanova de Sau, Catalonia, Spain, on January 11, 2018. One reservoir built in the early 1960s, submerging a village called San Roman de Sau and its 11th-century romanesque church, is so low on water that the ruins of buildings which are usually under water are now uncovered. 

Emilio Morenatti / AP

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Am I the only one who cannot resist a good fox photo?  Another from the Atlantic photos of the week gallery:

A fox walks through a cemetery at dusk on January 10, 2018, in Bath, England. Although the number of foxes in the UK is actually on the decline, according to a recent study the number of urban foxes in England has quadrupled over the past 20 years with an estimated 150,000 foxes in England, or about one for every 300 urban residents. 

Matt Cardy / Getty
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