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Photo of the day – Endangered golden snub-nosed monkeys

“One spring, I was granted permission to join the primate researchers from China’s Northwest University while they studied the behavior and habits of the endangered golden snub-nosed monkeys. I climbed up and down the mountainside looking for interesting photos. This baby monkey was only a few weeks old. He made cute faces while he was … Continue reading

Photo of the Day – Blue Line Photography Contest

MTuesday, January 1, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Photo of the Day – Blue Line Contest

Saturday, December 29, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Origin of Gypsies by DNA evidences

The Romani represent the largest minority group in Europe, consisting of approximately 11 million people but they lack written historical records on their origins and dispersal. According to a new study their history began in northwestern India about 1,500 years ago. Scientists gathered genome-wide data from 13 Romani groups collected across Europe to confirm an … Continue reading

Photo of the Day – Blue Line Photography Contest

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Submit your Photo to Win $ 100

Monday, December 17, 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Submit your Photo to Win $ 100

Saturday, December 15 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo . To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Photo of the Day – Sunset

Thursday, November 22. 2012 To enter Blue Line Photography Contest, Submit your Photo

Photo of the Day – Light rays of Syria

Saturday, June 2. 2012 Light rays of Syria  This is a HDR processing picture where we can see great composition with amazing tones. Perfect clarity and colors. Do you have children? Do they love drawing? Children Drawing Competition by Blue Line Blue Line gives possibility for the world’s children to communicate in their way which … Continue reading

Spectacular Photos And We Still Waiting For More

Our readers have sent many photos, they are the best. But we have shared some of them and we still waiting for more. Get inspired of nature , people, architecture, poverty , space . Capture your best moment and send it to us, give your capture the opportunity to be shared in more than 80% … Continue reading

Photo of The Day – Coral Reefs

Tuesday, May 1. 2012 Osprey Reef, the islands of the Coral Sea, Australia. The Coral Sea Islands Territory includes a group of small and mostly uninhabited tropical islands and reefs in the Coral Sea, northeast of Queensland, Australia. The only inhabited island is Willis Island.

Mysterious Barcodes – Facts and Conspiracy Theories

Italian archaeologists have discovered “barcodes” on closing plugs of ancient amphoras in the middle of April in 2012. These earthen vessels, which are primarily used for carrying oil help to map the antique trade routes. Technology of the barcode was founded in 1949 by Bernard Silver and Woodland. However, the barcodes only became widespread after 1981 when … Continue reading