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29 Fascinating Photos You’ve Probably Never Seen Before [StumbleUpon]

Some cool photographs you probably have never seen before.

The lava lake of the continuously active volcano Erta Ale, Ethiopia

Where the Great Wall of China ends
A geyser right before eruption
Bavarian town of Nordlingen built in a 14 million year old meteor impact crater
A huge dust storm that hit Western Australia in early 2013
A rare 360 degree rainbow captured from an airplane
Climbers going up Mount Everest in May 2013
Daytona Beach 1957
An aerial view of a scrap tire dump
Bagger 288, the largest land vehicle in the world
A cross-section of an undersea cable
Inside one of Google’s data centers


Einstein’s desk hours after his death
Michelangelo illustrated his grocery lists so that his illiterate servants would know what to buy him.
The inside of a FedEx Boeing 757 without any cargo
Overcrowded prison in El Salvador
Hitler’s office
Enormous statue of Genghis Khan in Mongolia
What pugs looked like before selective breeding
Octopus eggs
George Washington’s teeth
A watch belonging to Akito Kawagoe which stopped at 8:15, the exact time of the Hiroshima bombing in 1945
A microscopic image of a human tongue
Five pounds of fat compared to five pounds of muscle
Cancer cells under an electron microscope
X-rays before and after treatment for scoliosis
The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken
Mars in true color from the Curiosity Rover
The northern lights from space

Source: StumbleUpon

Freezing waters

Just like last year, this year’s winter is also brutal. But this time it broke many states’ snowfall and temperature records in mid-west and north-east. 

Boston was hit the most with record breaking snowfall resulting in piles and piles of snow. The snow which is not even close to melting because of sub-zero temperatures. Mid-western states like Tennessee and Kentucky were hit by lowest lows they’ve seen in decades. Freezing rain and sleet made it difficult and dangerous to travel, challenged first responders throughout the region.

These below zero temperatures make even flowing water into ice. Ice which is scary on many levels but also creates very beautiful phenomena of frozen waterfalls. Which make waterfalls look like real life still photographs.

Check pics of Paterson Waterfalls in NJ below. Of course, they are not as amazing as Niagara but still gives the idea of what I’m trying to tell here.

Checkout some more frozen pics from around the city.

Photoshop: Changing default language to enlist

If you happen to get your Photoshop installed in a different language, you can have it defaulted back to English using following steps.

Change the language to english:
1. Go to Edit / Preferences / Interface and see if you can change it to English
2. If you have only one language or more languages but no English, close photoshop
3. Go to C:Program FilesAdobeAdobe Photoshop CS6LocalesYour LanguageSupport Files
4. In Explorer the show extensions must be turned on, this is how you can do that:
For Windows XP/Vista/7: Tools / Folder Options / View / UNCHECK Hide extensions for known file types
For Windows 8: View / CHECK File name extensions
5. Rename tw10428.dat to tw10428.dat.old
6. Open photoshop and now It’s in English

Change CS6 back to the original language:
1. Close photoshop
2. Go to C:Program FilesAdobeAdobe Photoshop CS6LocalesYour LanguageSupport Files
3. In Explorer the show extensions must be turned on (See step 4 above for explanation)
4. Rename tw10428.dat.old back to tw10428.dat
5. Open photoshop and you have your old Language back.

Beautiful Winter of 2014

The word ‘winter’ is kind of under statement for east coast this season considering snow storms are hitting the area almost every week. Even though these winter storms are causing traffic jams, slippery conditions, below zero temperatures and in some cases being cause of injury; at some places it just the view that many people never saw before. For example Central Park, one of the biggest attraction in New York City never looked more beautiful in winter than this year. Snow covered trails, trees and bridges appeared serene and peaceful.

Here is the summary of winter we experienced this year;