“Infinite Dreams” series & “Sorrow for Whales” by RHADS
John Atkinson Grimshaw (1836-1893) was a Victorian-era painter, notable for his moonlit scenes and landscapes.
hopefully this guy is real obscure and i can get prints of these cheap
Source: Flickr / afstracuzzi
“It seems that a lot of people my age try to be interesting by having problems or starting conflicts. I’d rather be interesting because I created something beautiful.”
From National Geographic Space Pictures This Week; April 15, 2013:
Desert Starlight Oshin D. Zakarian, TWAN
Unlike auroras, which occur because charged particles from the sun collide with molecules in Earth’s atmosphere, airglow happens when ultraviolet radiation excites molecules 53 to 60 miles (85 to 95 kilometers) up.
When the molecules, most commonly oxygen, return to their “normal” states, they give off energy in the form of light—what we call airglow.
Imagine if the night sky was clear enough to see the stars like this everywhere. There’s something about that view across the universe that puts life and our place on earth in perspective. Profound and beautiful; it makes our constant pursuit of money and power seem all the more trivial.
Source: National Geographic
Oil painting by Andrea Kantrowitz.
Holi, the Hindu festival of colour
this is fucking amazing
Record-setting swing jump
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