A woman walks with her child on the banks of the Yenisey River near the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk in air temperatures of about minus 30 degrees Celsius.
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Visitors gather in the new ‘Rain Room’ installation at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan in New York City. The 5,000 square-foot installation creates a field of falling water that stops in the area where people walk through, allowing them to remain dry. The piece, created by Random International, releases a 260-gallon per minute shower around visitors.Nature Wallpapers for Computer Desktop
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An Emirati girl with a traditional outfit made for teens, usually worn on special occasions, takes part in the Al-Dhafra festival, near Madinat Zayed, about 150 kilometers southwest of Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
A full moon rises over the skyline of New York, as seen from the Eagle Rock Reservation in West Orange, New Jersey.
Photographer Steve Nilsen couldn’t help having fun when he witnessed an impressive moon halo in Aspenes in northern Norway. He grabbed his torch and made it appear as if he was create the phenomenon.
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A photograph captured from the 79th floor of the Index Tower, looking over the mystical clouds that formed over Dubai.
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Solheimajokull Glacier in Iceland is photographed by Marketa Kalvachova, who has been dubbed the real-life Ice Queen after dedicating her life to taking spectacular pictures of glaciers and icebergs.
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A bolt of lightning flashes in an erupting volcano in Japan in this photo taken by German photographer Martin Rietze at Sakurajima volcano, Japan. Sakurajima had been silent for 100 years when there was a huge eruption in 1914 which swallowed up nearby islands and created an isthmus to the mainland, ending its life as an island. Sakurajima’s rumbled into life again in 1955 and has been erupting almost constantly ever since.
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People covered in brightly coloured powder thrown in the air during the Holi Festival at Battersea Power Station in London. Nature Wallpapers for Computer Desktop
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Cars line up in the path of lava flowing down the Eyjafjallajkull volcano in Iceland. The drivers parked their 4x4s in the path of the molten rock as it poured down the slopes of the volcano. Some even got out of their cars to take a closer look at the eruption. The images were posted online by 25-year-old student Kristjan Freyr rastarson – and instantly went viral on the internet. Within just a few days, they have received 300,000 hits – around the same as the entire population of Iceland.
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