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Sherri Nissel
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I love life and you can't bring me down.
I love life and you can't bring me down.

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I would enjoy exploring old shipwrecks on the bottom of a lake or ocean.  :))

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I watch in amazement. :))

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Nice jump!

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Crabbing a Ride
Photograph by Nancy Leigh, National Geographic Your Shot
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A newfound species of vampire crab, Geosesarma dennerle, shows off its purple claws.
By James Owen, National Geographic
                                                                                         
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Layered Rocks near Mount Sharp on Mars
What caused these Martian rocks to be layered? The leading hypothesis is an ancient Martian lake that kept evaporating and refilling over 10 million years -- but has now remained dry and empty of water for billions of years. The featured image, taken last November by the robotic Curiosity rover, shows one-meter wide Whale Rock which is part of the Pahrump Hills outcrop at the base of Mount Sharp. Also evident in the image is cross-bedding -- rock with angled layers -- which were likely facilitated by waves of sand. Curiosity continues to find many layered rocks like this as it continues to roll around and up 5.5-km high Mount Sharp.
© JPL-Caltech/MSSS/NASA               
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I'm sneaking in to steal your chocolate. 
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São Miguel, Azores
This image from over the Azores island of São Miguel features a volcanic complex called the Sete Cidades Massif.
The circular crater or caldera dominates the image and measures about 5 km across. The interior has lakes, volcanic cones, lava domes and maars – or shallow, flooded craters.
The Lagoa das Sete Cidades – or Lagoon of Seven Cities – is comprised of two ecologically different lakes that are connected by a narrow passage, visible at the center of the image. The lake to the north is known as the Blue Lake while to the one to the south is the Green Lake for the colors they reflect.
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The heavens open: Rare hole-punch clouds cause spectacle in the sky over Washington and British Columbia.
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Isaac Cohen - Wood Artist
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