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Bell & Ross Vintage BR 126 GMT and Insignia
Bell & Ross adds a couple new watches to its Vintage BR line.
Original article by Acquire:
The Vintage BR 126 Insignia (right) is a special edition of the all-black 126 Carbon that gets a splash of color with a red, white, and blue roundel insignia on the dial and matching stripes on the strap. The Vintage BR 123 GMT finally brings a dual timezone watch to the line with a clean dial accented with applied metal numerals and a bright orange 24H GMT hand.
— read the entire article here.

Bell & Ross Vintage BR 126 GMT and Insignia

Bell & Ross adds a couple new watches to its Vintage BR line.

Original article by Acquire:

The Vintage BR 126 Insignia (right) is a special edition of the all-black 126 Carbon that gets a splash of color with a red, white, and blue roundel insignia on the dial and matching stripes on the strap. The Vintage BR 123 GMT finally brings a dual timezone watch to the line with a clean dial accented with applied metal numerals and a bright orange 24H GMT hand.

— read the entire article here.

Sleeping Giant
National Geographic’s photo-of-the-day by Hidenobu Suzuki.
Original article by National Geographic:
Mount Fuji looms over Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, after a heavy rainstorm. “When I took the photos in a breathless silence, I had a strong feeling that the Earth was alive and had a soul,” writes photographer Hidenobu Suzuki.
— read the entire article here. See more of Hidenobu Suzuki’s work here.

Sleeping Giant

National Geographic’s photo-of-the-day by Hidenobu Suzuki.

Original article by National Geographic:

Mount Fuji looms over Fujinomiya, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, after a heavy rainstorm. “When I took the photos in a breathless silence, I had a strong feeling that the Earth was alive and had a soul,” writes photographer Hidenobu Suzuki.

— read the entire article here. See more of Hidenobu Suzuki’s work here.

Freeze Frame
National Geographic’s photo-of-the-day by Keith Szafranski.
Original article by National Geographic:
"On my last day in Antarctica photographing emperor penguins at their nesting grounds, I came across this little hole (a little more than a foot across) in a small piece of blue ice," writes Keith Szafranski, a member of our Your Shot community. Originally hoping it would make a good frame for the landscape, Szafranski then saw a string of penguins moving toward it. “I stuck my camera with a wide-angle lens into the hole and waited.”
— read the entire article here. See more of Keith Szafranski’s work here.

Freeze Frame

National Geographic’s photo-of-the-day by Keith Szafranski.

Original article by National Geographic:

"On my last day in Antarctica photographing emperor penguins at their nesting grounds, I came across this little hole (a little more than a foot across) in a small piece of blue ice," writes Keith Szafranski, a member of our Your Shot community. Originally hoping it would make a good frame for the landscape, Szafranski then saw a string of penguins moving toward it. “I stuck my camera with a wide-angle lens into the hole and waited.”

— read the entire article here. See more of Keith Szafranski’s work here.

Lunar Landings

Stunning lunar prints mapping NASA’s landing sites.

Original article by The Awesomer:

As part of its new Space series, City Prints has created this stunning lunar image which maps out the landing sites of all of NASA’s lunar missions. Available framed, matted or in custom sizes or printed on custom substrates.

— read the entire article here.

Blue Flowers

Beautiful fields of blue flowers in Japan.

Original article by Fubiz:

In the Hitashi Seaside Park in Japan, infinite fields of nemophilas roll out like carpets of flowers on 190 hectares. We have gathered the best photos of this insolite place which appeals the tourists. Photographers must retouch their photos to erase the presence of people in the fields.

— read the entire article here. Photography credits to: AzureTeerayut HiruntarapornAtsushi Motoyama and Kota-G.

Tsovet “Classic” JPT-PW36 Watch
A beautiful watch from Tsovet, with a quartz movement and a vintage look.
Original article by Uncrate:
You don’t need a super-fancy watch to look great and tell the time. Take the Tsovet JPT-PW36 Watch for example. Understated by design, this 36mm timepiece is powered by a Japanese Miyota movement, and offers clear markings for both the hours and the minutes/seconds, as well as a handsome leather strap and your choice of stainless, black, or gunmetal bezels, which are paired with matte copper, matte champagne, and matte black dials, respectively.
— read the entire article here. Buy from here.

Tsovet “Classic” JPT-PW36 Watch

A beautiful watch from Tsovet, with a quartz movement and a vintage look.

Original article by Uncrate:

You don’t need a super-fancy watch to look great and tell the time. Take the Tsovet JPT-PW36 Watch for example. Understated by design, this 36mm timepiece is powered by a Japanese Miyota movement, and offers clear markings for both the hours and the minutes/seconds, as well as a handsome leather strap and your choice of stainless, black, or gunmetal bezels, which are paired with matte copper, matte champagne, and matte black dials, respectively.

— read the entire article here. Buy from here.

Launch of Apollo 11
Amazing photo of Apollo 11’s launch from ‘69.
Original article by NASA:
On July 16, 1969, the huge, 363-feet tall Saturn V rocket launches on the Apollo 11 mission from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, at 9:32 a.m. EDT. Onboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft are astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, commander; Michael Collins, command module pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot. Apollo 11 was the United States’ first lunar landing mission. While astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the Lunar Module “Eagle” to explore the Sea of Tranquility region of the moon, astronaut Collins remained with the Command and Service Modules “Columbia” in lunar orbit.
— read the entire article here.

Launch of Apollo 11

Amazing photo of Apollo 11’s launch from ‘69.

Original article by NASA:

On July 16, 1969, the huge, 363-feet tall Saturn V rocket launches on the Apollo 11 mission from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center, at 9:32 a.m. EDT. Onboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft are astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, commander; Michael Collins, command module pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot. Apollo 11 was the United States’ first lunar landing mission. While astronauts Armstrong and Aldrin descended in the Lunar Module “Eagle” to explore the Sea of Tranquility region of the moon, astronaut Collins remained with the Command and Service Modules “Columbia” in lunar orbit.

— read the entire article here.

Hummingbird

Remarkable macro photographs of a Hummingbird, by Chris Morgan.

Original article by Colossal:

Photographer Chris Morgan snapped these great macro shots of hummingbirds in 2011 at Bosque De Paz, a 3,000 acre privately-owned biological reserve in the middle of Costa Rica. The top photo is a Green-Crowned Brilliant, a bird that only grows to a length of 13cm and is not known for its ability to sit for portraits. You can see more of Morgan’s bird photos here

— read the entire article here.

Horns

A first teaser for the Daniel Radcliffe’s upcoming movie.

Original article by ScreenCrush:

‘Horns,’ based on the novel of the same name by Joe Hill, sees Radcliffe portray a man name Ignatius Perrish who is accused of the violent murder of his girlfriend (Juno Temple). To make his defense weaker, he wakes up after a night of binge drinking to find a set of satyr-like horns sprouting from his temple, justifiably unnerving the townspeople. The only good thing seems to be that these new appendages force those around him to confess their sins, which gives him the edge in finding his girlfriend’s killer.

— read the entire article here.

Big Hero 6

The first official trailer for Disney and Marvel’s upcoming animation.

Original article by ComingSoon:

Big Hero 6 is an action comedy adventure about brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who finds himself in the grips of a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast-paced, high-tech city of San Fransokyo.

With the help of his closest companion—a robot named Baymax—Hiro joins forces with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters on a mission to save their city.

— read the entire article here.