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As always the Astronomy Picture of the Day website gives us an amazing photo of our universe. This time it is a photo of the Milky Way and the Zodiacal Light in the same sky.

Dueling Bands


There are a lot of places that hold special memories.
But, what are perfect places, anyway?

Simply stunning photos from Petri Juntunen in his series At the Heart of It All.

My favorite is this barely illuminated outpost along a fence. Anything could be hiding in the darkness.

via: this isn't happiness.

In my continued appreciation of all things lighthouses I present to you one from the arctic.

From a series of photos by Evgenia Arbugaeva documenting Vyacheslav Korotki living alone in the arctic.

via 99% Invisible

I love lighthouses. I don't know enough about lighthouses and want to learn more about them.

This telephoto timelapse from Babak Tafreshi that Astronomy Picture of the Day featured on July 13 is simply amazing.

Full Moon and Boston Light

Look at that giant, glowing moon rising behind the lighthouse.

Simply stunning.

source: Astronomy Picture of the Day

Simply Fantastic photos from Hengki Koentjoro that are striking in their stark beauty.

My favorite is this one

via this isn't happiness

source ignant

Interstellar might be one of my favorite movies from Christopher Nolan. Don't talk to me about the plot holes, or how the science is wrong, or how black holes are big and scary, or how time doesn't work that way.

It is a beautifully shot movie about a father's journey to save his family in a future that involves the human race almost dying from lack of food. This isn't a true story and the science doesn't have to be perfect, there can be leeway. There can be science fiction in a science fiction story.

I mean, just look at this cold, bleak, lifeless planet.

Or this dust bowl era farming set

Beautiful shots in a gorgeous movie.

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Sublime

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Simply sublime.

via This isn't happiness

John Harris

Awesome

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