I have similar topic on SXC, but I thought: why not here?
I will publish here the links to interesting photo galleries...
Yes, your inspirations are always really good!
I have always loved The Big Picture.
And here you have the real winter:
Undoubtably a bad case of global warming there :)
Photoshopped, but amazing:
And the first days of Vancouver Olympics.
20 Years of Adobe Photoshop in screen shots.
Interview with John Knoll and Russel Brown:
Today's Cool Site tells the story of one man's last years with his father. The story is told mostly through stunning photographs. But there are brief passages of text as well.
Courtesy Kim Komando http://www.komando.com/coolsites/
Nice shots, Cris.
And the Scotland:
Schotland has some nice scenery!
I always wonder is it scenery or just the good photographer. :)
These are a bunch of Windows wallpapers at MSDN blogs you definately want to check out! Mike Swanson has created a central location for all his hand-picked wallpaper images.
These are all his own photos (I checked with him) and you can see how he has made a very nice wallpaper site of his works.
I love microscopy. May not be for everyone, but these make the very small look really cool!
My mistake. Krayker had posted this at :
Stumbled across this
@18, that are some realy nice photo's you've found. Great Shopping :D
Many classics there Jim as well as mostly new ones.
Great examples of what is impossible really is possible in the digital world.
Here is skateart:
@21 Amazing photos, really.
Video: Time lapse from Manua Kea
And now for a hypnotically chill counterpoint, where nothing blows up. Photography by Charles Leung.
Earthquake in Chile The Big PIcture
At 3:34 am local time, today, February 27th, a devastating magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck Chile, one of the strongest earthquakes ever recorded. According to Chilean authorities, over 400 people are now known to have been killed. The earthquake also triggered a Tsunami which is right now propagating across the Pacific Ocean, due to arrive in Hawaii in hours (around 11:00 am local time). The severity of the Tsunami is still not known, but alerts are being issued across the Pacific.