pxrception:

peachnaked:

abseunt:

unconsciousearth:

NASA released a satellite image of india in the evening during the festive holiday of diwali, the celebration of lights.

this is one of the prettiest things i’ve ever seen

awh look at Sri Lanka too omg

Gorg

This is beautiful

(Source: aieon)

msjewbooty:

imamazinglyonfire:

msjewbooty:

microinfinity:

northrn:

lampsarepeopletoo:

msjewbooty:

the word gay is actually an acronym

god

actually doesn’t mind if

you’re gay

god

accepts

you

god

always

yugoslavia

gandalf 

ate

yoda 

stop adding your own acronyms to this it was beautiful and now it’s not

God 

Actually doesn’t mind if we add acronyms because 

yolo

im going to vomit on you

vacilandoelmundo:

Time slice: a collage of different photos taken from the same location, but at various times during the day—yielding a static timelapse.

Earlier this year, Vacilando featured Richard Silver’s Time Slice series, which captured sunset at iconic landmarks around the world. This was my first time seeing a time sliceand I loved it! Locations look and feel different depending on the light and time of day, so to be able to see all of a place’s moods in one image (and the progression of time) is quite amazing.

These awe-inspiring time slice photos were taken by Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore, who shot the North American cityscapes from the air. 

In an interview with The Creators Project, Marker-Moore gives greater insight into his process: ”I like to approach each timeslice a little differently, and explore what works for the scene. A lot of them fall flat. In fact, I shoot and edit quite a few that don’t work for each one that I share. Important aspects of a winning timeslice include good variation of color in the sky and strong subject. I really think I’ve only begun to explore design possibilities.”

To learn more about how Marker-Moore creates his images, read the interview here.

giddytf2:

fits00z:

samanthagetsfit:

wow this just blew my mind. so beautiful.

needed that.

That is indeed a good one.

(Source: nokrista)