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15 Thrilling Motocross Pictures

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Motocross resembles car racing combined with freestyle snowboarding. Depending on the type of motocross, participants ride specifically designed motorcycles around either a flat track, or one with built in jumps. Either type can make for some amazing action shots.

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20 Amazing Pictures of Joshua Tree National Park

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Joshua Tree National Park, in southeastern California, is a beautiful location for photography. The landscape and nature in the park are incredible. Parts of the Mojave Desert and the Colorado Desert are located in Joshua Tree. Because their elevation differs, the deserts have their own distinct ecosystems.

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25 Magical Pictures of Fog

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There’s something about a landscape filled with fog that makes you just stop and stare. In photography, pictures with fog also stand out because the fog adds a serene and magical touch.

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24 Fascinating Pictures of Varanasi, India

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Varanasi is one of the holiest city in Hinduism and also called the religious capital of India. The city’s culture is closely linked to the Ganges and many Hindu pilgrims visit the city to bath in the river. As Varanasi takes such a central position in Indian culture, it’s a great location for human interest photography.

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16 Picturesque Photos of Venice, Italy

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The Italian city of Venice is quite an extraordinary and photogenic location. The striking views of Venice’s canals, gondolas and beautiful architecture are so familiar that even if you’ve never been there before, you feel like you somehow know the place.

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22 Winning Pictures of Athletes

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No matter the sport or activity, the expressions of athletes can be remarkably similar. Determination, exhaustion, total concentration can be captured in a photograph, making it easy for the viewer to cheer on the participant, to hold their breath until they imagine the jump landed or the basketball dunked.

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