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Puebloan climbs Manitou Incline to show solidarity with France

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Joining in with the world to pay their respects after the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris, Sam Chambers and Dan O’Sullivan took to the Manitou Incline in Colorado to show their solidarity and love for the victims in Paris. The duo took a long-exposure photograph of Sam Chambers holding lights of the French flag while photographer Dan O’Sullivan captured Sa…

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Joining in with the world to pay their respects after the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris, Sam Chambers and Dan O’Sullivan took to the Manitou Incline in Colorado to show their solidarity and love for the victims in Paris. The duo took a …
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You’ve never seen Colorado 8° off the horizon

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You are some of the first humans to see Colorado like this. In a game of angles, if you view something at just the right angle, it is filled with context and purpose, it gives life to an otherwise lifeless object. A hi-resolution satellite photo, featured in The Atlantic taken by WorldView-3 captured Colorado like never seen before. I…

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Colorado from 8° - showing Montrose to Denver. (The Atlantic / DigitalGlobe)

Colorado from 8° – showing Montrose to Denver. (The Atlantic / DigitalGlobe)


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