a translucent thingy
Some creations of humankind for which i’m especially grateful

-tortillas
-pianos
-windows
-crocheting
-small, very portable music players and headphones/ear buds
-sunglasses
-lighters

bluecohosh:

ontheedgeofdarkness:

hotparade:
Hermann Schnauss - Electrographics of a Hand, 1900 via

bluecohosh:

ontheedgeofdarkness:

hotparade:

Hermann Schnauss - Electrographics of a Hand, 1900 
via


October 10th, 2013 | GarettPhotography

October 10th, 2013 | GarettPhotography

palehorseblackdog:

What would you call this pattern specifically? I see the dappling and some varnishing? But this is unlike any leopard appy I’ve seen. 

palehorseblackdog:

What would you call this pattern specifically? I see the dappling and some varnishing? But this is unlike any leopard appy I’ve seen. 

1los:

Hold Close - IngridTan

astronomicalwonders:

The Fairy of the Eagle Nebula 
The dust sculptures of the Eagle Nebula are evaporating. As powerful starlight whittles away these cool cosmic mountains, the statuesque pillars that remain might be imagined as mythical beasts. Pictured above is one of several striking dust pillars of the Eagle Nebula that might be described as a gigantic alien fairy. This fairy, however, is ten light years tall and spews radiation much hotter than common fire. The greater Eagle Nebula, M16, is actually a giant evaporating shell of gas and dust inside of which is a growing cavity filled with a spectacular stellar nursery currently forming an open cluster of stars. The above image in scientifically re-assigned colors was released in 2005 as part of the fifteenth anniversary celebration of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope.
 Credit:  The Hubble Heritage Team, (STScI/AURA), ESA, NASA

astronomicalwonders:

The Fairy of the Eagle Nebula

The dust sculptures of the Eagle Nebula are evaporating. As powerful starlight whittles away these cool cosmic mountains, the statuesque pillars that remain might be imagined as mythical beasts. Pictured above is one of several striking dust pillars of the Eagle Nebula that might be described as a gigantic alien fairy. This fairy, however, is ten light years tall and spews radiation much hotter than common fire. The greater Eagle Nebula, M16, is actually a giant evaporating shell of gas and dust inside of which is a growing cavity filled with a spectacular stellar nursery currently forming an open cluster of stars. The above image in scientifically re-assigned colors was released in 2005 as part of the fifteenth anniversary celebration of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope.


 Credit: The Hubble Heritage Team, (STScI/AURA), ESA, NASA

thaumivore:

khoshekh doodles

thaumivore:

khoshekh doodles