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Gold Coast couple takes wedding photo under a rainbow

Amber Austin-Wright, 32, and David Sciasci, 31, had to move their ceremony inside after a Gold Coast shower, but the rain was worth it when they emerged outside to take wedding photos underneath a beautiful rainbow (pictured). The Australian couple first met in 2012 when they were both assigned to cover the same news story in Byron Bay. Two years later, Amber moved to David's office and their romance quickly blossomed into something serious.


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National Geographic reveals stunning entries to its 2018 travel photographer of the year competition



American photographer Naresh Balaguru captured this stunning image of a rainbow across the Grand Canyon. He said: 'Just at the time of sunrise a storm approached the south rim and I almost packed my gear. But it cleared for a temporary period of time giving this amazing view from Powell Point. My first trip to this magnificent landmark left me speechless while I was clicking this shot' 
 

American photographer Naresh Balaguru captured this stunning image of a rainbow across the Grand Canyon. He said: 'Just at the time of sunrise a storm approached the south rim and I almost packed my gear. But it cleared for a temporary period of time giving this amazing view from Powell Point. My first trip to this magnificent landmark left me speechless while I was clicking this shot' 



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-5602563/National-Geographic-reveals-stunning-entries-2018-travel-photographer-year-competition.html#ixzz5CSOhbRvD 
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If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
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Why this man deserved to die - but photo of his execution helped America lose the Vietnam War: MAX HASTINGS, who watched Tet offensive 50 years ago, reveals REAL story behind infamous image 

Max Hastings: How the Tet offensive humiliated US troops

The Tet Offensive 50 years ago - co-ordinated attacks by 67,000 guerillas and North Vietnamese troops, taking advantage of the lunar New Year holiday and truce - caught the Americans off guard. In Saigon, Viet Cong officer Nguyen Van Lem had personally cut the throats of captured South Vietnamese Lt. Col. Nguyen Tuan, his wife, six children and 80-year-old mother. On February 1, Lem was shot in the head, but the famous image (main picture) cost the Americans a heavy price in

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Incredible photographs take you to a world that time forgot where Mongolian nomads thrive with wild animals - as they've done for thousands of years

Incredible photographs show nomadic people in central Asia

Incredible photographs showing Mongolia's spectacular, rugged landscape and have revealed a rare glimpse into the fascinating lives of nomads in central Asia. Photographer Hamid Sardar-Afkhami set out to record the lives of three tribes living in Mongolia: the Tsaatan reindeer people, Kazakh eagle hunters and Mongol horsemen. His collection of photographs from almost 20 years of expeditions to central Asia is titled 'Dark Heavens'. 'My aim was to create a photographic record of the nomad's way of life and observe something of the wisdom hidden in their customs and manners,' Mr Sardar-Afkhami said.

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NASA photos capture national parks from above

Nasa captured the aerial photographs from the edges of the planet's atmosphere, documenting American national parks including the Grand Canyon in Arizona (top), Alaska's Kenai Fjords (bottom left), and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (bottom right). If you've always wanted to explore one of the parks but aren't sure which one to choose - these amazing images might just help you decide.

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Stormageddon! Photographer captures incredible scenes as Brisbane is struck with more than 107,000 bolts of lightning 

Brisbane is struck by thunderstorms as photographer captures scenes
 
 
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Spectacular images of an ocean glowing a majestic shade of blue... but it's really a sign of devastating pollution

Spectacular images of an ocean glowing a majestic shade of blue but scientists warn its

A spectacular phenomenon known as Sea Sparkle has appeared on the shores of Dalian City in eastern China (above, inset). But scientists have warned the glowing blue appearance is caused by algae nourished by farm pollution, which will eventually choke marine life in the area.

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This month, people in Oklahoma have been treated to a stunning and extremely rare display - a red sprite lightning storm



STUNNING PHOTOS PART 1 HERE
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