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Our gorgeous professional canvas prints represent the best of both modern and timeless aesthetics, and the fact the pictures are taken by passionate local photographers from all around the world makes them a great art investment for your walls. Like the sunset, each piece is amazing in its own unique way and will be a focal point for conversation.

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  • Sunset over Ely

    Sunset over Ely 

    hspall
    Sunset over Ely
    Sunset at Ely, Cambridgeshire in the UK, the silhouette of the cathedral is viewed from the river walk
  • Sunset over Pacific ocean

    Sunset over Pacific ocean 

    anya
    Sunset over Pacific ocean
    This picture was made in Ocean Shores on Pacific Ocean shore.
  • Gnarly Pink M81 Spiral Galaxy

    Gnarly Pink M81 Spiral Galaxy 

    realnasaphotos
    Gnarly Pink M81 Spiral Galaxy
    "The perfectly picturesque spiral galaxy known as Messier 81, or M81, looks sharp in this new composite from NASA's Spitzer and Hubble space telescopes and NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer. M81 is a "grand design" spiral galaxy, which means its elegant arms curl all the way down into its center. It is located about 12 million light-years away in the Ursa Major constellation and is one of the brightest galaxies that can be seen from Earth through telescopes. The colors in this picture represent a trio of light wavelengths: blue is ultraviolet light captured by the Galaxy Evolution Explorer; yellowish white is visible light seen by Hubble; and red is infrared light detected by Spitzer. The blue areas show the hottest, youngest stars, while the reddish-pink denotes lanes of dust that line the spiral arms. The orange center is made up of older stars."- NASA
  • Looking Towards Flambrough.

    Looking Towards Flambrough. 

    michaelespace
    Looking Towards Flambrough.
    A beautiful winters afternoon on the cliffs near Danes Dyke at Bridlington looking towards Flambrough Head.
  • View from Ladies Beach

    View from Ladies Beach 

    jechstra
    View from Ladies Beach
    A view from a restaurant at Ladies Beach
  • Headed For A Surf

    Headed For A Surf 

  • Hot Gas Bubble in Constellation Ursa Major

    Hot Gas Bubble in Constellation Ursa Major 

    realnasaphotos
    Hot Gas Bubble in Constellation Ursa Major
    "A lumpy bubble of hot gas rises from a cauldron of glowing matter in a distant galaxy, as seen by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Astronomers suspect the bubble is being blown by 'winds' or high-speed streams of particles, released during a burst of star formation. The bubble's lumpy surface has four columns of gaseous filaments towering above the galaxy's disc. The filaments whirl around in a vortex and are expelled into space. Eventually, this gas will rain down on the disc and may collide with gas clouds, compress them and form a new generation of stars. Theoretical models indicate the bubble formed when winds from hot stars mixed with small bubbles of hot gas from supernova explosions. Radio telescope observations indicate those processes are still active. Eventually, the hot stars will die, and the bubble's energy source will fade away. The images, taken in 1998, show glowing gas as red and starlight as blue/green." - Official NASA website. Incredible shot, almost looks as if the universe is ripping open.
  • before the sunrise

    before the sunrise 

    ryandafoe
    before the sunrise
    Just before the sunrise is sometimes the best time to take a picture
  • Going Fishing at Sunrise

    Going Fishing at Sunrise 

    lillyzanetti
    Going Fishing at Sunrise
    Sunrise fishing on the gulf of mexico with hues of blue, white and gray
  • Kailua-Kona Sunset 2

    Kailua-Kona Sunset 2 

    melindaloomis
    Kailua-Kona Sunset 2
    Sunset over the ocean in Kailua-Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Photo taken from Iolani
  • Purple above Crimson below

    Purple above Crimson below 

    wildwings
    Purple above Crimson below
    A walker is caught in silhouette in the distance as the sun sets in a fiery orb with purple highlights in the sky above
  • Galveston Sunrise

    Galveston Sunrise 

    ayserk56
    Galveston Sunrise
    I took this photo on an October morning in Galveston, TX. The colors in the sky were simply amazing. Despite the cold morning, it was well worth it to head out there at 4am from Houston to do this shoot.
  • Palm Breeze

    Palm Breeze 

    jmichalek0121
    Palm Breeze
    A breathtaking sunset between palm trees and Bahamian homes. The wind appears trapped in the photo, a gentle rustling among the palm fronds. Caught at low tide, the sun reflects off the golden sand.
  • Black Clouds After Rain

    Black Clouds After Rain 

    dabldy
    Black Clouds After Rain
    A very strong rain has just passed away, I got up to the top floor for a better view of this amazing sky.
  • Gnarly Ireland Sunset

    Gnarly Ireland Sunset 

    gnarlyirishphotos
    Gnarly Ireland Sunset
    Again from Spanish Point, Ireland, where sunsets are always beautiful

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