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This blue lava looks like something out of a sci-fi Photo via Joel Santos
See how the CC Photography plan enabled @tobyharriman to #StayOutThere and get this rare shot:
Look beyond the surface with these vibrant aquatic photos from Matty Smith:
Starry night skies frame some of the oldest trees in the world in Beth Moon's photos:
Preparation + opportunity = one epic wildcat shot. Check out the story behind this photo:
See how the CC Photography plan helped @dancarrphoto #StayOutThere after forgetting equipment:
What inspired you to get started in photography? HDR Photo Merge from @capturingafrica
Go nose to nose with turtles, dolphins & other sea creatures in Jorge Cervera Hauser's photos:
Catch a wave with these ocean photos from Karl Lundholm:
Photographer Janne created this moon trail photo that took 37 minutes to shoot:
If you could go back to one place and shoot again, where would that be? Photo from Mark Rehberg. #StayOutThere
Jump into the vast landscapes of Nicholas Roemmelt:
April showers bring May flowers like these captured by Wei-San Ooi:
Check out the all-new Lightroom CC, part of the CC Photography plan. #StayOutThere
Want to up your long exposure photography game? Christian Hoiberg gives you helpful tips:
Mountain or wave? These photos from Ray Collins deserve a double-take:
Escape to the rugged landscape of Western Australia with Chris Beecroft's photos:
Make a beautiful visual story with your photos and new @Adobe_Slate for iPad: #madewithSlate
Waterfalls are stopped midair in these elegant photos from photographer Hayato Wakabayashi:
.@GregBoratyn shares more on how he captured this otherworldly shot:
Get a bats eye view of the largest cave in the world with Ryan Deboodt's drone footage:
Afraid of heights? This group of photo enthusiasts from @AirPano most certainly is not:
Scott Carr dishes on how he took this cool shot of a reef shark parting a school of fish:
It's a Bird...It's a Planeā€¦It's a #WeaselPecker! More on Martin Le-May's photo:

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