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F/A-18F Super Hornet Ring of Water Vapor Featured Print

F/A-18F Super Hornet Ring of Water Vapor

A ring of water vapor is created as pilots Lt. Justin Halligan (L) and Lt. Michael Witt (R) fly their F/A-18F Super Hornet airplane within 200mph of breaking the sound barrier while performing at New York Air Show at Jones Beach in Wantagh, New York, May 23, 2009. The phenomenon is created when the plane, travelling at low altitudes over water, approaches the speed of sound and the pressure created by the forward sound waves squeezes moisture in the air to form a ball of cloud over the front of the aircraft. REUTERS/Christopher Pasatieri (UNITED STATES TRANSPORT MILITARY SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

Gm1Dswsihjaa Featured Print


File photo shows a Mauritanian man's clothing blown by wind in the ancient village of Ouadane, some 600 kilometers (400 miles) northeast of the capital Nouakchott, August 16, 2005. The Islamic Republic on the western edge of the Sahara desert on June 25, 2006, will hold its first national vote since last August's military coup, a key test of the junta's ability to put the country back on the path to democracy and prosperity. Picture taken August 16, 2006. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (MAURITANIA)

A woman walks down a side road towards the Tower in Blackpool Featured Print

A woman walks down a side road towards the Tower in Blackpool

A woman walks down a side road towards the Tower in Blackpool, northern England September 8, 2013. British beach resorts, which flourished in the 19th century and earlier, have tempted tourists for years with amusement arcades, fairground rides and cheap and cheerful souvenirs. However, as a 2013 report by the Centre for Social Justice states, many seaside towns suffered as from the 1970s it became cheaper and easier for British tourists to travel abroad. Now, according to the Office for National Statistics, larger seaside towns in England suffer from higher-than-average levels of deprivation compared to the rest of the country. Nevertheless, they do continue to attract holiday makers. Picture taken September 8, 2013. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL) - GM1E99M173G01