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Stare at the Sun

The spooky and mesmerizing filtered solar photography of Alan Friedman, whose portfolio you can check out here. Also be sure to check out Alan’s and other stunning solar photos in the Solar gallery show at Photo Eye … you won’t be sorry.

Sunspots, coronas and solar flares … oh my.

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Storyboard for The Birds (1963) and 12 other Hitchcock classics.

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Storyboard for The Birds (1963) and 12 other Hitchcock classics.

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Mesmerizing photos of empty museums and palaces by Italian photographer Massimo Listri.

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A Long Way From Home – 35 years ago today, NASA’s Voyager 1 took this iconic image of Earth and the Moon in a single frame. The Voyager itself celebrated its 35th birthday last week – mark it with a wonderful animated adaptation of Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot, named after the Voyager’s most famous photograph. 
(↬ Coudal)

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A Long Way From Home – 35 years ago today, NASA’s Voyager 1 took this iconic image of Earth and the Moon in a single frame. The Voyager itself celebrated its 35th birthday last week – mark it with a wonderful animated adaptation of Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot, named after the Voyager’s most famous photograph. 

( Coudal)

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Stunning technicolor images of Saturn from NASA’s Cassini Mission, which recently gave us this minimalist black-and-white image of Saturn’s enigmatic moons.

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Delightful typographic birdhouses by designer Nishant Jethi.
(ᔥ Quipsologies)

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staceythinx:

Beautiful aerial photography of a river draining into the ocean from a volcano in Iceland by Andre Ermolaev

Iceland, for such a tiny place you really provide the world with an extreme amount of awesome.

To be human is to be aware of the passage of time; no concept lies closer to the core of our consciousness.
A brief history of timekeeping and the calendar as a meme (via explore-blog)
jtotheizzoe:

A cloudy filament of super-heated hydrogen across the Sun.
The Sun has weather too, in a sense. This “cloud” of charged gas is powered by the magnetic field that surrounds the Sun.
(via APOD)

jtotheizzoe:

A cloudy filament of super-heated hydrogen across the Sun.

The Sun has weather too, in a sense. This “cloud” of charged gas is powered by the magnetic field that surrounds the Sun.

(via APOD)

True poetic practice implies a mind so miraculously attuned and illuminated that it can form words, by a chain of more-than coincidences, into a living entity.