September222014
5PM
feelmyvibesss:

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feelmyvibesss:

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(Source: aquaticwonder, via alien-geometry)

September192014
9AM

(Source: the-vedder-effect, via pearljam)

September172014
frogmanslightschool:

Moon Base
I used this image as the base of a composite I created for a class I took in photography school. There’s a litttttle bit of a color filter on here, but not a whole lot, as you can see by the moon itself. The night sky was just the right shade of turquoise. Magical.
Then again, a full moon always is.
Photography by Bex
Find me here: [Tumblr | Facebook | Society 6 | 500px]

frogmanslightschool:

Moon Base

I used this image as the base of a composite I created for a class I took in photography school. There’s a litttttle bit of a color filter on here, but not a whole lot, as you can see by the moon itself. The night sky was just the right shade of turquoise. Magical.

Then again, a full moon always is.

Photography by Bex

Find me here: [Tumblr | Facebook | Society 6 | 500px]

(via thefrogman)

4PM
9AM

(Source: jalterphoto, via polerstuff)

September142014

archiemcphee:

The Department of Microscopic Marvels is in awe of the work by photomicrographer Danny Sanchez, who specifically seeks out and photographs precious gems that have been rejected by jewelers because of imperfections known as inclusions. In gemology an inclusion is a characteristic enclosed within the gemstone, which can effect the clarity of the stone, and whose presence can either decrease or sometimes dramatically increase the stone’s value.

For his project, entitled Gemstone Inclusions, Sanches uses his microphotography skills to capture the beauty of these imperfections and provide a glimpse of the fantastic and alien landscapes that exist inside the gems, much too small for our eyes to see unaided. Each a teeny weeny Fortress of Solitude.

Head over to PetaPixel to learn about how Danny Sanchez stages and creates these marvelous photos. Then be sure to visit his own website to get a look at more of his work at a much higher resolution. He has prints available too.

[via Design Taxi and PetaPixel]

(via alien-geometry)

September132014
allthingseurope:

Bergamo, Italy (by Linus Wärn)

allthingseurope:

Bergamo, Italy (by Linus Wärn)

2AM

(Source: dnlhdt, via alien-geometry)

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