nubbsgalore:

lightning strikes the grand canyon. photos by (click pic) travis roe, dan ransom (timelapse), rold maeder, david ponton and doug koepsel  


Thu, 19th Jun — 8,662 notes

Earthlight

Earthlight is the partial illumination of the dark portion of the moon’s surface by light reflected from the Earth and from the Earth’s airglow. It is also known as Earthshine [or] Planetshine, the Moon’s ashen glow, or the old Moon in the new Moon’s arms.”


Thu, 19th Jun — 79,980 notes
todayinhiphophistory:

Today in Hip Hop History:
Tupac Shakur was born June 16, 1971

Fellow Air sign…
Sun, Mercury, Venus in Gemini, Mars in Aquarius.
Geminis are the best rappers.

todayinhiphophistory:

Today in Hip Hop History:

Tupac Shakur was born June 16, 1971

Fellow Air sign…

Sun, Mercury, Venus in Gemini, Mars in Aquarius.

Geminis are the best rappers.

Mon, 16th Jun — 3,543 notes

Mon, 16th Jun — 4,581 notes
brutalgeneration:

Above The Spruce (by Ben H.)

brutalgeneration:

Above The Spruce (by Ben H.)

Mon, 16th Jun — 4,320 notes

punkwo:

i took lots of nice cloud pictures on the plane :-)


Mon, 2nd Jun — 46,168 notes

elenamorelli:

{ a movement is accomplished in six stages }


Mon, 2nd Jun — 9,847 notes
expressions-of-nature:

Reconciliation | Laura C. Birdie
Mon, 2nd Jun — 1,709 notes
astronomicalwonders:

The Sun and Moon
During the Annular eclipse, around 200 people came to the observatory in Placerville California for viewing.  After the main crowd had thinned, some astronomers did have an opportunity to put a camera into the telescope and gather a bit of imaging data.  This is one of the images taken around 7:07 PDT on May 20th 2012.  It was well after the maximum of the eclipse (the viewing lines were very long at the max and the views were very nice).
Credit: starshadows.com/smoot

astronomicalwonders:

The Sun and Moon

During the Annular eclipse, around 200 people came to the observatory in Placerville California for viewing.  After the main crowd had thinned, some astronomers did have an opportunity to put a camera into the telescope and gather a bit of imaging data.  This is one of the images taken around 7:07 PDT on May 20th 2012.  It was well after the maximum of the eclipse (the viewing lines were very long at the max and the views were very nice).

Credit: starshadows.com/smoot

Tue, 27th May — 738 notes

matialonsorphoto:

alone at 4am , very scary out there…and beautiful.

by matialonsor


Tue, 20th May — 617 notes