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Choose My Best Instagram Photos – Round 1, Group 31

We’re getting to the halfway point now. This time, you’re going to start to see plenty of architectural photos. This group and next group have some famous places. I hope you enjoy these photos.

The rules are simple. I post 10 of my Instagram photos every few days, and you get to vote on your favourites. It’s multiple choice, so please vote for 2 to 4 photos (3 is ideal). Leave a comment saying why you voted the way you did. The poll comes after the photos.

Here are the photos!

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Happy New Year

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Cormorants on wires

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Going to Atsugi Base

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Wavy clouds

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Enoden arriving at Fujisawa

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Kamakura shopping street

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Wakamiya Oji

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Odakyu Shonandai Station

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Ginza

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Giorgio Armani building in Ginza

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And now the vote. Please vote for your favourite photos (ideally 3, but anywhere between 2 and 4):

 

Thanks for voting. Please let me know what you thought of the photos in the comments below. I hope you’re enjoying the newer photos.

Incredible Photo of Condensation Vortices from NASA

This is just neat. I saw this photo on Facebook, and had to share it.

See the vortices? You may think it’s photoshopped. It’s not. The conspiracy theorist may think it’s the propellers spraying chemicals. They’re not doing that, either. So what is it?

As the propellers spin, they create a low pressure region as the propeller blade moves out of a space, which in turn causes the water in the air to condense. These are basically thin little clouds. Neat, isn’t it?

What was your first impression when you saw the picture?