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Countless have been bitten by the Game of Thrones bug. The fantasy drama television series created for HBO by David Benioff and D. B. Weiss is an edge-of-your-seat nail biter through and through, and fans all over the world can’t wait to feast their senses on the next season. Game of Thrones was very much anticipated by the viewing public even before its debut, and has since become a commercial and critical hit.
Famous for her exquisite underwater photography, Ilse Moore enthralls audiences from all over. She is fascinated by the underwater environment since it allows her to explore a world where she can toy around and manipulate imagery. Currently working out of the Vaal Triangle, her fashion as well as art photography has appeared in British Vogue and has been featured in international sites like Fashion Gone Rogue.
Yoshinori Mizutani photographed some extraordinary wildlife activity right in the heart of urban Tokyo. He was able to capture the city’s parrot infestation, a result of the birds being originally brought from the tropics to Japan as pets in the 1970′s. As can be seen, these birds have appropriated some of Tokyo’s high tension wires and have also blended themselves into the trees.
Throughout history, salt has been such an essential element of life that it is replete in stories, fables and folklore and is even often mentioned in fairy tales. It was currency during ancient epochs, and armies have waged battle, spilling blood over it. Salt was in general use long before recorded history as we know it.
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There can perhaps be no better pedigree to carry than the name of Cousteau when it comes to sea exploration. No doubt you are talking about royalty here when it comes to pioneering studies conducted throughout the vast oceans. Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s name towers above in a pantheon that is occupied by a very scant few, and it is exciting to know that his legacy and spirit for discovery and investigation lives on in his grandson, Fabien Cousteau.