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photojojo:

Ansel sez: YOU take great photos (your camera’s just a helper).

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mthomasphotos:

My job with @lifeatpurdue allows me to get to see and experience the University in a whole different way than a normal student. 

Several civil engineering students use will use this man-lift to inspect a piece of bridge that has been setup for research just off of Purdue’s main campus.

Starting over is complicated.

yahoonewsphotos:

The World Cup in Photos of the day - July 1, 2014

Exhausted U.S. players lie on the ground as Belgium’s Axel Witsel (6) celebrates at the end of the extra time during the World Cup round of 16 soccer match between Belgium and the USA, Switzerland’s Blerim Dzemaili, top center, reacts after failing to score during the World Cup match between Argentina and Switzerland and Belgium’s Divock Origi, left, and United States’ Jermaine Jones battle for the ball during the World Cup match are some of the photos of the day. (AP/Reuters)

Find more news related pictures on our photo galleries page.


real-hiphophead:

Mike Tyson 2nd-Round Knock Out vs. Lorenzo Boyd

July 11th, 1986

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mthomasphotos:

Since May I’ve been working as an intern in Purdue’s Media and Marketing division as a photographer and I was given the opportunity to take photos in the now defunct North Power Plant on Purdue’s campus. This fall the power plant will be demolished for a new Active Learning Center. The North Power Plant was built in 1924 and for years the signature smokestack was the highest point on campus and a recognizable landmark.  The power plant was retired in 1991 after a new boiler was added to Wade Utility Plant at the southern edge of campus. The smokestack was demolished in 1992.

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ourpresidents:

D-Day and the Normandy Landings

The massive armada included over 7,000 ships and landing craft manned by over 195,000 naval personnel from eight Allied countries.  The troops consisted mainly of Americans, Britons, and Canadians, but members of the free French and many other nations also participated.

The D-Day invasion opened up the long-awaited Second Front against Hitler. According to the D-Day Museum, over 425,000 Allied and German troops were killed, wounded or went missing during the invasion.

More in the new immersive D-Day exhibit from the National Archives in Google Cultural Institute.


todaysdocument:

#DDAY70 D-Day:

"Until the last possible moment our planes hit at the enemy on the shoreline… The Air Forces did not neglect targets inland. Everything that could hinder our advance were subject to attack from the sky…"

Excerpted from: “D-Day to D plus 3."  From the series: Moving Images Relating to Military Activities, compiled 1947 - 1964. Record Group 111: Records of the Office of the Chief Signal Officer, 1860 - 1985


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