le grand soleil et la petite lune

"Oh, kiss me beneath the milky twilight
Lead me out on the moonlit floor
Lift your open hand
Strike up the band and make the fireflies dance
Silver moon's sparkling
So kiss me"

Kiss Me by Sixpence None The Richer


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ahiddengardenofsecrets:

The Peckish Moon by Lisa Falzon

ahiddengardenofsecrets:

The Peckish Moon by Lisa Falzon

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vimeo:

Mo{on} Cyprus (Supermoon 2013) by Alex Cican
Alex Cican got some pretty spectacular shots of the Supermoon this past weekend.

vimeo:

Mo{on} Cyprus (Supermoon 2013) by Alex Cican

Alex Cican got some pretty spectacular shots of the Supermoon this past weekend.

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colchrishadfield:

Spaceflight finale: To some this may look like a sunset. But it’s a new dawn.

colchrishadfield:

Spaceflight finale: To some this may look like a sunset. But it’s a new dawn.

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fuckyeahnailart:

(via kaylasavage-17)

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kenobi-wan-obi:


Airglow Above Buenos Aires

Even on clear moonless nights, the sky is never totally dark.
Shown above is a 360-degree stereographic projection showing the entire night sky near my location about 60 mi (100 km) from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The pervasive greenish light is a strong airglow display. Airglow is a weak light emission stemming from the chemical reactions involving oxygen, nitrogen, sodium and ozone (chemiluminescence) at altitudes between about 50 to 60 mi (80 to 96 km) above the Earth’s surface. Note that the green color bands, though quite obvious in the camera, weren’t visible to the naked eye.
These bands seem to converge because of perspective. At right (south) are the Magellanic Clouds and at left (north) are Jupiter and the Pleiades. — Luis Argerich; Jim Foster

kenobi-wan-obi:

Airglow Above Buenos Aires

Even on clear moonless nights, the sky is never totally dark.

Shown above is a 360-degree stereographic projection showing the entire night sky near my location about 60 mi (100 km) from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The pervasive greenish light is a strong airglow display. Airglow is a weak light emission stemming from the chemical reactions involving oxygen, nitrogen, sodium and ozone (chemiluminescence) at altitudes between about 50 to 60 mi (80 to 96 km) above the Earth’s surface. Note that the green color bands, though quite obvious in the camera, weren’t visible to the naked eye.

These bands seem to converge because of perspective. At right (south) are the Magellanic Clouds and at left (north) are Jupiter and the Pleiades. — Luis Argerich; Jim Foster

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tymurf:

"The universe will provide" - Murf
Print: $25 

tymurf:

"The universe will provide" - Murf

Print: $25 

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allgetfucked:

I am incredulous at how one may attribute any merit to man’s poisonous history and his society when, in the broader context of reality, what are we but a spec in the abyss?

allgetfucked:

I am incredulous at how one may attribute any merit to man’s poisonous history and his society when, in the broader context of reality, what are we but a spec in the abyss?

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