Leimert Park is a residential neighborhood in southern Los Angeles, California. With many blues and jazz night clubs, hip hop venues, and theaters for musicals, comedy performances, poetry readings and award ceremonies, it is often considered the center of Los Angeles’ contemporary African-American arts scene.

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Check out this stunning shot that we just added to our Printshop of fall foliage in New Hampshire! Head over to our Printshop today to see what’s available and use the discount code “FALL20” for 20% off any order this month. This Overview captures an incredible blanket of tones in the trees of Bow, New Hampshire. With the arrival of colder temperatures, leaves begin to change their colors, creating this marvelous view from above.

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FALL PRINTSHOP REFRESH — We just added this Overview of Perth, Australia, to our printshop along with many others! Head over to our Printshop to see what’s available and use the discount code “FALL20” for 20% off any order this month. The beaches in Perth are world-famous for their beautiful white sand and clear blue water. When seen from above, you also discover the currents and swirls that are created here when the waves hit offshore reefs. While the patterns in the water may be beautiful, they also create powerful undertows that can be dangerous for surfers and swimmers.

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The United States Air Force Academy covers 29 square miles (75 sq. km) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. This segment of the campus, known as the Cadet Area, features the well-known Cadet Chapel, dormitories, academic buildings, and dining, entertainment and sports facilities. At the center of the Cadet Area is a large, grassy common area known as The Terrazzo.

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A tributary of the Attawapiskat River drains into James Bay in northeastern Ontario, Canada. James Bay is a body of water within Hudson Bay, which extends south from the Arctic Ocean. Human presence along the shores of the bay can be traced back to the end of the last ice age roughly 8,150 years ago, and a number of Aboriginal communities remain there today.

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Check out this incredible Overview of Hurricane Florence, taken yesterday by NASA Astronaut Ricky Arnold aboard the International Space Station. The Category 4 storm is producing 140-mile-an-hour winds and is expected to gain strength today as it nears a Category 5 classification. Florence is currently moving north through the Atlantic Ocean, on path to make landfall in North and South Carolina by Thursday morning.

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Check out this incredible perspective of Shanghai, China, captured by a Planet satellite at a low angle. With more than 24 million residents, Shanghai is the most populous city in China and the second-most populous city proper in the world. Many of Shanghai's landmarks are visible in this Overview, including the Oriental Pearl Tower, the Jin Mao Tower, and the Shanghai World Financial Center.

31°14'05.0"N, 121°30'23.0"E

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The Nisqually River flows for roughly 81 miles (130 km) through west central Washington, emptying into the southern end of the Puget Sound. The river’s delta, captured in this Overview, is both a National Wildlife Refuge and a National Natural Landmark, providing a habitat for more than 300 different species of fish and wildlife.

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The Great Bahama Bank is a carbonate platform submerged in the shallow waters around Andros Island in the Bahamas. The limestone that makes up the Bank has been accumulating for at least 140 million years and today is more than 2.8 miles (4.5 km) thick. During the last ice ages, when sea level was roughly 390 feet (120 m) lower, the Great Bahama Bank was dry land.

23°34'06.4"N, 76°26'24.4"W

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The Albuquerque Baseball Complex is part of an 81-acre, city-owned sports complex in the Westland North community of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Its five fully lit turfed fields provide space for local baseball and softball teams to practice and play, and grandstand seating allows the facility to host regional and national tournaments. Next June, this sports complex will host the National Senior Games, a 20-sport biennial competition for men and women ages 50 and older.

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Noor 3 is one of four sections of the Ouarzazate Solar Power Station in the Drâa-Tafilalet region of Morocco. The solar concentrator contains thousands of mirrors that focus the sun’s thermal energy to heat molten salt flowing through a massive central tower. The molten salt then circulates from the tower to a storage tank, where it is used to produce steam and generate electricity. This segment of the facility opened in spring of this year and is expected to begin delivering power to Morocco’s electricity grid by October.

31°00′33″N, 6°51′44″W

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