keepsakesish:

Quantec // Crescent Moon

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nemfrog:

Fig. 37. Height of principal mountains above the level of the ocean. 1875.

nemfrog:

Fig. 37. Height of principal mountains above the level of the ocean. 1875.

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dvdp:

burning fuel droplet in space  - experiment on the International Space Station via

dvdp:

burning fuel droplet in space  
experiment on the International Space Station 

via

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fyeahspacedandy:

The River Of Time ~ The Pororoca Phenomenon

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ancientufo:

Guy B. Marquand, Jr., took this picture on a mountain road near Riverside, California, on November 23, 1951. He said the object above the skyline was a “flying saucer”.

ancientufo:

Guy B. Marquand, Jr., took this picture on a mountain road near Riverside, California, on November 23, 1951. He said the object above the skyline was a “flying saucer”.

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Picture of a water sky. In an overcast cloudy day sea ice is reflected white on the clouds - so the clouds appear light in color. In contrast the water is reflected as a dark color. This dark is the water sky. Taken in Antarctica.

Picture of a water sky. In an overcast cloudy day sea ice is reflected white on the clouds - so the clouds appear light in color. In contrast the water is reflected as a dark color. This dark is the water sky. Taken in Antarctica.

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rollership:

The road is much more exercise than it seems. Velcro shoes are a must.

rollership:

The road is much more exercise than it seems. Velcro shoes are a must.

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tytusjaneta:

Hall of Columns, Temple of Karnak, Thebes, Egypt, by Antonio Beato. ca. 1860s.

tytusjaneta:

Hall of Columns, Temple of Karnak, Thebes, Egypt, by Antonio Beato. ca. 1860s.

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nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes, embroidered.

nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes, embroidered.

(Source: etsy.com)

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celestiol:

Pearl Fuji (Japan) | by shinichiro saka

celestiol:

Pearl Fuji (Japan) | by shinichiro saka

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