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The Photos Of 2017 Week 35

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Burning Man 2017 in 112 awesome photos

The Burning Man festival in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada is the world's most creative festival.
You need to be creative to get there and you need to be creative to survive there. Being of open mind also helps to soak it all that you will see, feel and experience.
Bucketlist event for sure.

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Stonehenge: Australia’s forgotten farmers

The remaining 23 residents of Stonehenge, Australia, say they are struggling to survive one of the longest droughts in memory.

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The Photos Of 2017 Week 34

Here's our weekly round up of some of the best and most newsworthy photos from the past seven days.

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Storm Harvey floods Houston

According to President Trump Storm harvey is the worst his experts have seen in 500 years. It's almost as if climate change is actually a real thing.
One that is certain is that Houston and loads of other places have flooded to due Storm Harvey and the torrential rains it has brought with it.

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Battling deforestation in the Amazon

The small town of Apui sits at the new frontline of Brazil's fight against advancing deforestation in the Amazon rainforest, where vast forest fires belch jet black smoke visible for miles and loggers denude the jungle.

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Acupuncture for cats and dogs

Pet owners in China are turning to acupuncture to help soothe the aches and pains of their beloved cats and dogs. Traditional practitioners believe acupuncture, which involves inserting long, fine needles at specific places, known as meridians, of the body, can stimulate blood circulation to promote healing and relieve some aches and pains.

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Inside North Korea’s Luxury Ski Resort

North Korea might be developing a nuclear weapon and baiting Donald Trump with it, but it's also a country with some excellent skiing facilities. It's just that no one is ever there to enjoy it.
National Geographic traveled into the snow covered North Korean mountains to share a glimpse of something most foreigners never get to see. Pristine snow and slopes with no one on them.

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Fake shadows for the win by Damon Belanger

Damon Belanger is an artist. He's a fun artist, cause he makes sure people interact with his art. You see, you can see it on the streets. When the sun is shining or when the moon is bright.
His art lurks in the shadows.

Credit: Damon Belanger

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Spending the night in an abandoned high security prison

It's not everyone's idea of a fun night out, but the guys from Exploring the Unbeaten Path did, so they went to an uninhabited island and spent the night in an abandoned high security prison.
luckily for us they brought back some cool footage.

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Total Solar Eclipse Over America

You'd have to go back almost 100 years to witness the last total solar eclipse over America and boy did they take advantage of this one. Just about everyone in the country had gotten themselves a pair of special eclipse glasses and stared at the sun (and moon) until it went dark. And light again.

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Game of Thrones: The Frozen Lake

Any Game of Thrones fan in the house of TPC?
If so and you haven't seeing the latest episode yet we suggest you give this one a miss until you do.
If you have seen it this behind the scenes look at how they filmed parts of it will blow you mind. Just so creative and amazing.

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