Brighter:Longer
I don’t pay attention to the
world ending.
It has ended for me
many times
and began again in the morning.
Nayyirah Waheed  (via allegorys)
There are two reasons why people don’t talk about things; either it doesn’t mean anything to them, or it means everything
Luna Adriana (via allegorys)
malformalady:

Canadian iceberg that strikingly resembles Batman’s profile taken by Mike Parsons. Mike Parsons posted the picture onto the Facebook group Growing Up In Newfoundland with the caption, “Contemplating, Little Bay Islands, NL,”
Photo credit: Mike Parsons

malformalady:

Canadian iceberg that strikingly resembles Batman’s profile taken by Mike Parsons. Mike Parsons posted the picture onto the Facebook group Growing Up In Newfoundland with the caption, “Contemplating, Little Bay Islands, NL,”

Photo credit: Mike Parsons

starswaterairdirt:

Auroras glow above Jupiter and moon, 1981
Ron Miller

starswaterairdirt:

Auroras glow above Jupiter and moon, 1981

Ron Miller

euo:

Andrew B Myers

euo:

Andrew B Myers

leauxnoir:

PIERRE HARDY for BALENCIAGA f/w 2010

leauxnoir:

PIERRE HARDY for BALENCIAGA f/w 2010

retrofutureground:

In 1840, John W. Draper became the first person to photograph a celestial object when he took a daguerrotype image of the Moon. As his technique improved, Draper captured more detail of craters and other features on the moon’s surface. It quickly became clear that photography would revolutionize astronomy. Astronomers began to use photographs to collect precise records of the position, brightness, spectra and features of celestial objects, and no longer had to rely on their hand-drawn sketches and log notes. The first daguerrotypes and photographs were not very sensitive and were complicated to use.

retrofutureground:

In 1840, John W. Draper became the first person to photograph a celestial object when he took a daguerrotype image of the Moon. As his technique improved, Draper captured more detail of craters and other features on the moon’s surface. It quickly became clear that photography would revolutionize astronomy. Astronomers began to use photographs to collect precise records of the position, brightness, spectra and features of celestial objects, and no longer had to rely on their hand-drawn sketches and log notes. The first daguerrotypes and photographs were not very sensitive and were complicated to use.

I can’t wait until I can sleep like this again, I’m sick of sleeping on my back #recoveringfromaconcussion

I can’t wait until I can sleep like this again, I’m sick of sleeping on my back #recoveringfromaconcussion