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  • lake Hudson, Fl

    lake Hudson, Fl 

    lillyzanetti
    lake Hudson, Fl
    Lake in Hudson, FL. with hues of blue, red, orange and gold
  • Ancient Sunset

    Ancient Sunset 

    tomdifran
    Ancient Sunset
    I lived on an old ranch in eastern New Mexico for a couple of years. This image was shot in 2012. I asked the landlord how long the truck had been sitting in that same exact spot and he said it had been there at least since the late 1960's. The truck itself is much older than that.
  • Houston Turn Sunrise

    Houston Turn Sunrise 

    sherloc65
    Houston Turn Sunrise
    An early morning walk allows the opportunity to capture the fiery sun's entrance into the universe,
  • Galactic Metropolis As Seen 9.6 Billion Years Ago

    Galactic Metropolis As Seen 9.6 Billion Years Ago 

    realnasaphotos
    Galactic Metropolis As Seen 9.6 Billion Years Ago
    "A surprisingly large collection of galaxies (red dots in center) stands out at a remarkably large distance in this composite image combining infrared and visible-light observations. NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope contributed to the infrared component of the observations, while shorter-wavelength infrared and visible data are provided by Japan's Subaru telescope atop Mauna Kea, Hawaii. Looking out to this distance, the cluster appears as it was 9.6 billion years ago, only about three billion years after the Big Bang. Astronomers were surprised to find such a "modern" cluster at an era when its peers tended to be much smaller, presumably taking billions of more years to collect enough galaxies to reach such a size." - NASA
  • Double Rainbow at Sunset

    Double Rainbow at Sunset 

    markespi214
    Double Rainbow at Sunset
    Double rainbow at sunset in southern sky at Las Vegas, NV
  • Sunset through the Irish Clouds

    Sunset through the Irish Clouds 

    gnarlyirishphotos
    Sunset through the Irish Clouds
    Sunset from the beautiful Irish seaside town of Mullagh along the scenic Ireland Coast
  • Dark sky

    Dark sky 

    jechstra
    Dark sky
    An evening with a heavy dark sky and suddenly i saw this opening in the sky
  • Canada Sunset

    Canada Sunset 

    photobyclint
    Canada Sunset
    I was in my tree stand hunting black bear with my bow. i took along my camera as well and snapped this shot watching the sun set
  • Pichilemu's Sunset

    Pichilemu's Sunset 

    macnuel
    Pichilemu's Sunset
    Sunset at pichilemu's beach
  • Edgewater Beach Apartment Building At Sunrise

    Edgewater Beach Apartment Building At Sunrise 

    spootzie1
    Edgewater Beach Apartment Building At Sunrise
    The Edgwater Beach Apartment Building on a winter morning in Chicago, Illinois.
  • square sunset from singapore

    square sunset from singapore 

    paulcowell
    square sunset from singapore
    wonderful hues of pinks and oranges over the singapore financial district (CBD)
  • Gul

    Gul 

  • Hot Gas Bubble in Constellation Ursa Major

    Hot Gas Bubble in Constellation Ursa Major 

    realnasaphotos
    Hot Gas Bubble in Constellation Ursa Major
    "A lumpy bubble of hot gas rises from a cauldron of glowing matter in a distant galaxy, as seen by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Astronomers suspect the bubble is being blown by 'winds' or high-speed streams of particles, released during a burst of star formation. The bubble's lumpy surface has four columns of gaseous filaments towering above the galaxy's disc. The filaments whirl around in a vortex and are expelled into space. Eventually, this gas will rain down on the disc and may collide with gas clouds, compress them and form a new generation of stars. Theoretical models indicate the bubble formed when winds from hot stars mixed with small bubbles of hot gas from supernova explosions. Radio telescope observations indicate those processes are still active. Eventually, the hot stars will die, and the bubble's energy source will fade away. The images, taken in 1998, show glowing gas as red and starlight as blue/green." - Official NASA website. Incredible shot, almost looks as if the universe is ripping open.
  • Sundogs on the Tundra

    Sundogs on the Tundra 

    daveycaveman
    Sundogs on the Tundra
    The magical light of the winter sky! Sundogs are a fairly common site at these latitudes and in these temperatures.
  • Beach

    Beach 

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