This photograph was taken during a violent night eruption of the Calbuco volcano in the Lagos region, Chile. by MyohoDane
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MyohoDane This photograph was taken during a violent night eruption of the Calbuco volcano in the Lagos region, Chile.
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Volcanic lightning bolts form in the ash plume during the eruption of the volcano in southern Chile  Picture: EPA by latasha
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latasha Volcanic lightning bolts form in the ash plume during the eruption of the volcano in southern Chile Picture: EPA
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Volcano Eruption in Chile by tidebuyreviews
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tidebuyreviews Volcano Eruption in Chile
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The eruption of Cordon Caulle began on June 4, 2011, located in the Region of Los Rios in Chile. The explosions and lightning during the first days of the eruption could be seen from hundreds of miles around. by lemai13
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lemai13 The eruption of Cordon Caulle began on June 4, 2011, located in the Region of Los Rios in Chile. The explosions and lightning during the first days of the eruption could be seen from hundreds of miles around.
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The eruption of the Puyehue volcano | Lago Ranco, Chile by jum jum
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jum jum The eruption of the Puyehue volcano | Lago Ranco, Chile
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“This photograph was taken during the first day of the celebration Rapas das Bestas, in Sabucedo, Galicia, Spain. It was raining heavily. Ab by Rworld♫♪
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Rworld♫♪ “This photograph was taken during the first day of the celebration Rapas das Bestas, in Sabucedo, Galicia, Spain. It was raining heavily. Ab
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This crater Lake in Oregon as a result of the collapse of a magma chamber after volcano eruption [964x655] by SeDjana
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SeDjana This crater Lake in Oregon as a result of the collapse of a magma chamber after volcano eruption [964x655]
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This crater Lake in Oregon as a result of the collapse of a magma chamber after volcano eruption by marci
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marci This crater Lake in Oregon as a result of the collapse of a magma chamber after volcano eruption
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This Edwardian photograph was taken in 1912 of a mother and 7 beautiful daughters. by delia
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delia This Edwardian photograph was taken in 1912 of a mother and 7 beautiful daughters.
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This 1860s photograph shows a ward for non-violent women at the West Riding Asylum in Wakefield, England. Most of these patients had terminal dementia. The bonnet these women are wearing was common for female psychiatric patients at this time. by leola
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leola This 1860s photograph shows a ward for non-violent women at the West Riding Asylum in Wakefield, England. Most of these patients had terminal dementia. The bonnet these women are wearing was common for female psychiatric patients at this time.
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"1860s photograph , a ward for non-violent women at the West Riding Asylum in Wakefield, England. Most of these patients had terminal dementia. The bonnet these women are wearing was common for female psychiatric patients at this time." by leola
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leola "1860s photograph , a ward for non-violent women at the West Riding Asylum in Wakefield, England. Most of these patients had terminal dementia. The bonnet these women are wearing was common for female psychiatric patients at this time."
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This amazing photograph of the rays of light from a lighthouse was taken over 120 seconds, creating this beautiful effect. by MyohoDane
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MyohoDane This amazing photograph of the rays of light from a lighthouse was taken over 120 seconds, creating this beautiful effect.
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This is an old photograph of a legally grown marijuana crop in rural Crittenden County, Kentucky that was taken in 1942. During World War II, the U.S. Government paid farmers in rural Kentucky to raise marijuana for national defense purposes. The marijuana plants were used to make hemp rope. Legal marijuana growing ended at the end of World War II. by reyna
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reyna This is an old photograph of a legally grown marijuana crop in rural Crittenden County, Kentucky that was taken in 1942. During World War II, the U.S. Government paid farmers in rural Kentucky to raise marijuana for national defense purposes. The marijuana plants were used to make hemp rope. Legal marijuana growing ended at the end of World War II.
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A reader writes: “This picture was taken during restoration of the Algonquin Hotel in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada recently.  No one noticed the apparition until looking through the photos. One employee was taking photos of each area to show the progress every so often.  It is said there are three ghost inhabiting the building, one being a woman in a night gown.” by lynette
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lynette A reader writes: “This picture was taken during restoration of the Algonquin Hotel in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada recently. No one noticed the apparition until looking through the photos. One employee was taking photos of each area to show the progress every so often. It is said there are three ghost inhabiting the building, one being a woman in a night gown.”
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#Puntiagudo Volcano, Los Lagos, #Chile. by misty
Raising Dolphin Conservation Awareness by Ben Visbeek. This photo was taken in 7/09 during a monk workshop to raise awareness of the by Jack Overland Frost
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Jack Overland Frost Raising Dolphin Conservation Awareness by Ben Visbeek. This photo was taken in 7/09 during a monk workshop to raise awareness of the
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This was NASA's astronomy picture of the day yesterday. Taken from Chile, it's absolutely stunning. by echkbet
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echkbet This was NASA's astronomy picture of the day yesterday. Taken from Chile, it's absolutely stunning.
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A rare signed photograph of T.E. Lawrence. You can see his signature in the bottom left-hand corner. The photograph was taken in October 1917. by benita
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benita A rare signed photograph of T.E. Lawrence. You can see his signature in the bottom left-hand corner. The photograph was taken in October 1917.
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A photograph entitled 'A Mountain of Railway Sleepers, taken in October 1937 by Fox for the Daily Herald.    The photograph was taken in the Great Western Railway sleeper creosoting works in Hayes, Middlesex. The caption read 'sleepers are stacked and 'steps' left in this fashion so that the men can reach the top' by benita
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benita A photograph entitled 'A Mountain of Railway Sleepers, taken in October 1937 by Fox for the Daily Herald. The photograph was taken in the Great Western Railway sleeper creosoting works in Hayes, Middlesex. The caption read 'sleepers are stacked and 'steps' left in this fashion so that the men can reach the top'
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This bizarre photograph was taken in 1966 in the National Maritime Museum, Grenwich, UK. by minerva
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minerva This bizarre photograph was taken in 1966 in the National Maritime Museum, Grenwich, UK.
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lightning around a volcanic eruption in Chile by sjulian1
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sjulian1 lightning around a volcanic eruption in Chile
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this shot was taken in one of the famous landmarks in the Philippines "Mayon Volcano" this volcano is famous for its perfect cone and beauty. however this beauty has a bad attitude most of the time he is hiding in the clouds. up to this date Mayon is still active. by florence
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florence this shot was taken in one of the famous landmarks in the Philippines "Mayon Volcano" this volcano is famous for its perfect cone and beauty. however this beauty has a bad attitude most of the time he is hiding in the clouds. up to this date Mayon is still active.
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This is the first known photograph of the American flag taken on June 21, 1873. The flag was flown over Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland during an infamous battle between the British and the United States during the War of 1812 that inspired witness Francis Scott Key to pen "The Star-Spangled Banner." by tammie
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tammie This is the first known photograph of the American flag taken on June 21, 1873. The flag was flown over Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland during an infamous battle between the British and the United States during the War of 1812 that inspired witness Francis Scott Key to pen "The Star-Spangled Banner."
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Colorized version of the iconic B&W photograph of a Migrant Mother taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936 during the Great American Depression by GinkyDoodles
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GinkyDoodles Colorized version of the iconic B&W photograph of a Migrant Mother taken by Dorothea Lange in 1936 during the Great American Depression
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Forbes Hall, Floor 6 The 6th floor of Forbes Hall is notorious for being haunted. Forbes was originally built as an insane asylum, until it was converted into a dormitory for college students. During its days as an insane asylum, the 6th floor held the most violent and phychotic patients. The legend states that a woman caretaker was responsible for locking and unlocking the chains that restrained the patients. One day while this "chain lady" was working the night shift and here coworker … by louisa
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louisa Forbes Hall, Floor 6 The 6th floor of Forbes Hall is notorious for being haunted. Forbes was originally built as an insane asylum, until it was converted into a dormitory for college students. During its days as an insane asylum, the 6th floor held the most violent and phychotic patients. The legend states that a woman caretaker was responsible for locking and unlocking the chains that restrained the patients. One day while this "chain lady" was working the night shift and here coworker …
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The last major eruption of Vesuvius happened during World War II, as seen in this photograph by the great British photographer and Magnum founder member, George Rodger (Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images) by brandy
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brandy The last major eruption of Vesuvius happened during World War II, as seen in this photograph by the great British photographer and Magnum founder member, George Rodger (Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
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This group of Mexican American flappers are standing in a park somewhere in Southern California. The only woman identified is Lucinda Ordonez, who’s standing second from the right. The photograph was taken in 1925. Credit: Los Angeles Public Library by nanette
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nanette This group of Mexican American flappers are standing in a park somewhere in Southern California. The only woman identified is Lucinda Ordonez, who’s standing second from the right. The photograph was taken in 1925. Credit: Los Angeles Public Library
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This photograph was taken in Lincoln, Nebraska on the night of July 25, 1936 when the minimum temperature fell to only 91°F in Lincoln. This was the hottest night ever experienced anywhere in United States recorded history outside of the desert Southwest. As the day progressed the temperature rose to an all-time record of 115°F in Lincoln; without air-conditioning, people spent the night sleeping on the lawn of the state capital building in Lincoln. by marietta
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marietta This photograph was taken in Lincoln, Nebraska on the night of July 25, 1936 when the minimum temperature fell to only 91°F in Lincoln. This was the hottest night ever experienced anywhere in United States recorded history outside of the desert Southwest. As the day progressed the temperature rose to an all-time record of 115°F in Lincoln; without air-conditioning, people spent the night sleeping on the lawn of the state capital building in Lincoln.
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The famous picture of the woman of the Great Depression. The photograph was taken in 1936 by Dorothea Lange. This picture has become synonymous with the Great Depression. by batjas88
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batjas88 The famous picture of the woman of the Great Depression. The photograph was taken in 1936 by Dorothea Lange. This picture has become synonymous with the Great Depression.
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The photograph of Geronimo driving a car was actually taken on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers' 101 Ranch, located southwest of Ponca City, Okla. The car is a Locomobile, and the Indian in full headdress to Geronimo's left is Edward Le Clair Sr., a Ponca Indian. Geronimo so admired Le Clair's beaded vest that it was presented to him later in the day. When Geronimo died in 1909, he was buied in the vest. The photograph was taken during a special 101 Ranch show for the U.S. press. Thousands of newspaper editors and reporters flocked to it. by young
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young The photograph of Geronimo driving a car was actually taken on June 11, 1905, at the Miller brothers' 101 Ranch, located southwest of Ponca City, Okla. The car is a Locomobile, and the Indian in full headdress to Geronimo's left is Edward Le Clair Sr., a Ponca Indian. Geronimo so admired Le Clair's beaded vest that it was presented to him later in the day. When Geronimo died in 1909, he was buied in the vest. The photograph was taken during a special 101 Ranch show for the U.S. press. Thousands of newspaper editors and reporters flocked to it.
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Shick Shack (c. 1727 – c. 1835) was a leader of a band of the Illinois River Potawatomi. He was involved in several conflicts during the Peoria and the Black Hawk Wars. He is best known, however, for providing the tribal history of Potawatomi and Kickapoo in Illinois prior to and during the early settlement of the region during the 18th and early 19th century. He is claimed to have taken part in the massacre of the last members of the Illini at Starved Rock in 1769. by luzvargas3055
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luzvargas3055 Shick Shack (c. 1727 – c. 1835) was a leader of a band of the Illinois River Potawatomi. He was involved in several conflicts during the Peoria and the Black Hawk Wars. He is best known, however, for providing the tribal history of Potawatomi and Kickapoo in Illinois prior to and during the early settlement of the region during the 18th and early 19th century. He is claimed to have taken part in the massacre of the last members of the Illini at Starved Rock in 1769.
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