3wings:

Irene Kung

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newportfolkfest:

Sun Kil Moon - Black Kite.

(Source: goldenvoicela)

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"Begin doing what you want to do now. We are not living in eternity. We have only this moment, sparkling like a star in our hand — and melting like a snowflake."

Sir Francis Bacon (via quotestuff)

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themineralogist:

Calcite on black Sphalerite by Martin Števko
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themineralogist:

Calcite on black Sphalerite by Martin Števko

Follow themineralogist on instagram

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treebystream:

Pawnee American Indian star map

treebystream:

Pawnee American Indian star map

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astronomicalwonders:

The SWEEPS Field - A Massive Star Survey 
The Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search, or SWEEPS, was a 2006 astronomical survey project using the Hubble Space Telescope’s Advanced Camera for Surveys - Wide Field Channel to monitor 180,000 stars for seven days to detect extrasolar planets via the transit method.

The stars that were monitored in this astronomical survey were all located in the Sagittarius-I Window, a rare transparent view to the Milky Way’s central bulge stars in the Sagittarius constellation as our view to most of the galaxy’s central stars is blocked by lanes of dust. These stars in the galaxy’s central bulge region are approximately 27,000 light years from Earth.
Credit: NASA, ESA, W. Clarkson (Indiana University and UCLA), and K. Sahu (STScI)

astronomicalwonders:

The SWEEPS Field - A Massive Star Survey 

The Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search, or SWEEPS, was a 2006 astronomical survey project using the Hubble Space Telescope’s Advanced Camera for Surveys - Wide Field Channel to monitor 180,000 stars for seven days to detect extrasolar planets via the transit method.

The stars that were monitored in this astronomical survey were all located in the Sagittarius-I Window, a rare transparent view to the Milky Way’s central bulge stars in the Sagittarius constellation as our view to most of the galaxy’s central stars is blocked by lanes of dust. These stars in the galaxy’s central bulge region are approximately 27,000 light years from Earth.

Credit: NASA, ESA, W. Clarkson (Indiana University and UCLA), and K. Sahu (STScI)

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themineralogist:

Agate from Nanovitsa, Bulgaria (by Kobolt74)

themineralogist:

Agate from Nanovitsa, Bulgaria (by Kobolt74)

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alchemyjones:

I check my palms, the cracks in the sidewalk
My visions and my dreams, I cross all my fingers

That you’ll be someone who won’t be forgotten
Was that your question? I’ve got the answer

I’ll do a dance to make the rain come
Smile to keep the sky from falling down
Collect the love that I’ve been given
Build a nest for us to sleep in here
You know it’s real

There are no signs and there are no stars aligned
No amulets, not a charm to bring you back to my arms
There’s just this human heart
That’s built with this human flaw
What was your question? Love is the answer

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dondianda:

Stars over the sea

dondianda:

Stars over the sea

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"You’ll ache. And you’re going to love it. It will crush you. And you’re still going to love all of it. Doesn’t it sound lovely beyond belief?"

Ernest Hemingway || The Garden Of Eden (via socratic-thinker)

(Source: kitty-en-classe)

Hozier - Like Real People Do — Barn on the Farm Sessions

(Source: youtube.com)

oldbookillustrations:

At dusk by the forest stream.
Carl Larsson, from Singoalla, by Viktor Rydberg, Stockholm, 1894.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

At dusk by the forest stream.

Carl Larsson, from Singoalla, by Viktor Rydberg, Stockholm, 1894.

(Source: archive.org)

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humanoidhistory:

The Moon, circa 1610, illustrated by Galileo Galilei.

humanoidhistory:

The Moon, circa 1610, illustrated by Galileo Galilei.

(Source: gallica.bnf.fr)

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tommydove:

another new bell x1 song from Chop Chop, produced by me and Peter Katis

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