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France, Bourgneuf Bay at low tide, mud deposits brought by sea currents.France,  Bourgneuf Bay at low tide,  mud deposits brought by sea currents.
Munich, Germany - July 22, 2017: Surfer riding the current in the Eisbach RiverMunich, Germany - July 22, 2017: Surfer riding the current in the Eisbach River
Powerful wind moving snow currents over mountainsPowerful wind moving snow currents over mountains
Heliostats, large reflective mirrors directing sunlight to the PS20 solar thermal tower, the only such working solar tower currently in the world.Heliostats, large reflective mirrors directing sunlight to the PS20 solar thermal tower, the only such working solar tower currently in the world.
The PS20 solar thermal tower, the only such working solar tower currently in the world in Sanlucar La Mayor, AndaluciaThe PS20 solar thermal tower, the only such working solar tower currently in the world in Sanlucar La Mayor, Andalucia
Rear view of hiker looking at Mt. Grinnell while standing on wood by Swift current LakeRear view of hiker looking at Mt. Grinnell while standing on wood by Swift current Lake
Rear view of female hiker looking at Mt. Grinnell while standing on shore by Swift current LakeRear view of female hiker looking at Mt. Grinnell while standing on shore by Swift current Lake
Rear view of female hiker looking at Mt. Grinnell while standing on wood by Swift current LakeRear view of female hiker looking at Mt. Grinnell while standing on wood by Swift current Lake
Rear view of female hiker looking at view while standing on shore by Swift current LakeRear view of female hiker looking at view while standing on shore by Swift current Lake
Scenic view of Swift current Lake against Mt. GrinnellScenic view of Swift current Lake against Mt. Grinnell
Swift Current Lake and hill at sunrise, Glacier National Park, Montana, USASwift Current Lake and hill at sunrise, Glacier National Park, Montana, USA
Young woman receiving beauty treatment using a High Frequency Machine in a clinic. The High Frequency Machine uses a glass mushroom shaped electrode filled with argon gas. As the high frequency current is passed down the electrode, an oxygen pocket is created between the electrode and the skin causing the oxygen to become unstable and turn into ozone. Ozone is highly antibacterial and can help in the treatment of acne blemishes.Young woman receiving beauty treatment using a High Frequency Machine in a clinic. The High Frequency Machine uses a glass mushroom shaped electrode filled with argon gas. As the high frequency current is passed down the electrode, an oxygen pocket is created between the electrode and the skin causing the oxygen to become unstable and turn into ozone. Ozone is highly antibacterial and can help in the treatment of acne blemishes.
Aerial view of estuary river currentAerial view of estuary river current
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New York City - USA - NOV 30 2015: 8 Spruce Street, originally known as Beekman Tower and currently marketed as New York by Gehry, is a 76-story skyscraper designed by architect Frank Gehry in the New York City borough of Manhattan at 8 Spruce Street, between William and Nassau Streets, in Lower Manhattan, just south of City Hall Park and the Brooklyn Bridge.New York City - USA - NOV 30 2015: 8 Spruce Street, originally known as Beekman Tower and currently marketed as New York by Gehry, is a 76-story skyscraper designed by architect Frank Gehry in the New York City borough of Manhattan at 8 Spruce Street, between William and Nassau Streets, in Lower Manhattan, just south of City Hall Park and the Brooklyn Bridge.
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Diagram showing the interior of the Earth's Moon. The outermost layer, the crust, is about 70 km thick. This is thicker than the Earth's crust, which cooled down at a much slower rate. Beneath the crust is a thick silicate mantle, then a zone of partial melt with a radius of 480 km. This is probably where moonquakes occur. Current thinking, based on a re-examination of Apollo lunar seismometer data, is that the core, once thought solid, is now composed of a liquid outer component (330 km radius) and a solid inner one (240 km).Diagram showing the interior of the Earth's Moon. The outermost layer, the crust, is about 70 km thick. This is thicker than the Earth's crust, which cooled down at a much slower rate. Beneath the crust is a thick silicate mantle, then a zone of partial melt with a radius of 480 km. This is probably where moonquakes occur. Current thinking, based on a re-examination of Apollo lunar seismometer data, is that the core, once thought solid, is now composed of a liquid outer component (330 km radius) and a solid inner one (240 km).
Oil train cars and road crossing, near Swift Current, Saskatchewan, CanadaOil train cars and road crossing, near Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
Tree behind playground wall and building, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, CanadaTree behind playground wall and building, Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
Combined heat and power plant- worker holding high current plugCombined heat and power plant- worker holding high current plug
January 5, 2017: Karl Theodor Bridge (German: Karl-Theodor-Brucke), commonly known as the Old Bridge (German: Alte Brucke), is a stone bridge in Heidelberg, crossing the Neckar River. It connects the Old City with the eastern part of the Neuenheim district of the city on the opposite bank. The current bridge, made of Neckar Valley Sandstone and the ninth built on the site, was constructed in 1788 by Elector Charles Theodore, and is one of the best-known and amazing landmarks and tourist destinations in the history of Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, GermanyJanuary 5, 2017: Karl Theodor Bridge (German: Karl-Theodor-Brucke), commonly known as the Old Bridge (German: Alte Brucke), is a stone bridge in Heidelberg, crossing the Neckar River. It connects the Old City with the eastern part of the Neuenheim district of the city on the opposite bank. The current bridge, made of Neckar Valley Sandstone and the ninth built on the site, was constructed in 1788 by Elector Charles Theodore, and is one of the best-known and amazing landmarks and tourist destinations in the history of Heidelberg, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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Coimbra, Portugal - 30 July, 2017: Looking up through arch at the clock tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of CoimbraCoimbra, Portugal - 30 July, 2017: Looking up through arch at the clock tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of Coimbra
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Elevated panorama from the top of the bell tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of CoimbraElevated panorama from the top of the bell tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of Coimbra
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Elevated view of courtyard from the top of the bell tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of CoimbraElevated view of courtyard from the top of the bell tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of Coimbra
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Coimbra, Portugal - 30 July, 2017: Looking down on entrance steps and courtyard from the bell tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of CoimbraCoimbra, Portugal - 30 July, 2017: Looking down on entrance steps and courtyard from the bell tower of the former Royal Palace and current University of Coimbra
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Coimbra, Portugal - 30 July, 2017: Courtyard and clock tower of the old Royal Palace and current University of CoimbraCoimbra, Portugal - 30 July, 2017: Courtyard and clock tower of the old Royal Palace and current University of Coimbra
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Munich, Germany - January 28, 2018: Surfer riding wave in fast flowing current of riverMunich, Germany - January 28, 2018: Surfer riding wave in fast flowing current of river
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Bowl of deep frozen red currents- rapsberries and blackberriesBowl of deep frozen red currents- rapsberries and blackberries
Bowl of deep frozen red currents- rapsberries and blackberriesBowl of deep frozen red currents- rapsberries and blackberries
Bowl of deep frozen red currents- rapsberries and blackberriesBowl of deep frozen red currents- rapsberries and blackberries
Former World War 2 bunker, currently a beacon for ships at Jersey IslandFormer World War 2 bunker, currently a beacon for ships at Jersey Island
Former World War 2 bunker, currently used as a beacon for ships at Jersey IslandFormer World War 2 bunker, currently used as a beacon for ships at Jersey Island
School of Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) on reef in the current feeding on plankton, with soft corals (Dendronephthya spp.) and fire coral (Millepora dichotoma) Jackson Reef, Strait of Tiran, Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea, EgyptSchool of Scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis) on reef in the current feeding on plankton, with soft corals (Dendronephthya spp.) and fire coral (Millepora dichotoma) Jackson Reef, Strait of Tiran, Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea, Egypt
Women working together in an architectural firm, making decisions together on current projectWomen working together in an architectural firm, making decisions together on current project
Women working together in an architectural firm, making decisions together on current projectWomen working together in an architectural firm, making decisions together on current project
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energyRouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht  between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energy
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energyRouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht  between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energy
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energyRouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht  between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energy
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energyRouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht  between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energy
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energyRouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht  between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energy
Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energyRouen, Seine-Maritime, France - November 18, 2015: Trip on the Seine river with the Planet Solar yacht  between Rouen and the D'Amfreville lock. The MS Turanor PlanetSolar is currently the largest solar boat ever built, Planet Solar was launched on March 31, 2010 after 3 years of feasibility studies, construction, tests, and optimizations. On May 4, 2012, after 585 days of navigation, the MS Turanor PlanetSolar reached Monaco, the starting point of the trip around the world, powered 100% by photovoltaic energy
Apricot vanilla millet pudding with red current in two small bowlsApricot vanilla millet pudding with red current in two small bowls
Stormy Sunrise over Swift Current Lake at Many Glacier, Glacier National Park, MontanaStormy Sunrise over Swift Current Lake at Many Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana
Underwater view of female divers fixing a seacrete on seabed, (artificial steel reef with electric current), Lombok, IndonesiaUnderwater view of female divers fixing a seacrete on seabed, (artificial steel reef with electric current), Lombok, Indonesia
Underwater view of female diver fixing a seacrete on seabed, (artificial steel reef with electric current), Lombok, IndonesiaUnderwater view of female diver fixing a seacrete on seabed, (artificial steel reef with electric current), Lombok, Indonesia
Underwater view of diver fixing a seacrete on seabed, (artificial steel reef with electric current), Lombok, IndonesiaUnderwater view of diver fixing a seacrete on seabed, (artificial steel reef with electric current), Lombok, Indonesia
Boy swimming against current in riverBoy swimming against current in river
Bowls of peaches and currents arranged on a linen cloth on wooden cutting boardBowls of peaches and currents arranged on a linen cloth on wooden cutting board
Overhead view of dishes, ceramic spoons and currents on a plateOverhead view of dishes, ceramic spoons and currents on a plate
A collage of sea anemones on a current swept reef in the Pacific OceanA collage of sea anemones on a current swept reef in the Pacific Ocean

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