Shuttle and Hubble Passing In Front of the Sun
From the link: "Thierry made this image using a solar-filtered Takahashi 5-inch refracting telescope and a Canon 5D Mark II digital camera." If that's not a photo, then what is?
Human Eye Could Detect Spooky Action At a Distance
See this which achives the same goal using nothing more sophisticated than a cardboard tube. Quote:
"A speculative venture I call 'quantum tantra' aims to change all that. By taking advantage of the theoretical quantum inseparability of observer and observed, quantum tantra seeks a more direct unmediated union with nature than conventional measurements can provide. Perhaps such union will take place as a communion of human minds with heretofore undetectable minds inside inanimate objects." ...
Google's Addiction to Cheap Electricity
It seems rather sensationalist anyway. According to the article (thought other comments here has challanged the calculations), Google's datacenter will require 103MW. Meanwhile, a steel mill seems to require around 150MW. I'd still say that traditional heavy industries are a bigger power user than the information ones.