19th March 2012 @ 09:20pm

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19th March 2012 @ 09:19pm

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18th March 2012 @ 03:41pm

photojojo:

Fireworks are a little like homemade auroras.

(Psst, our guide to shooting awesome fireworks photos!)

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18th March 2012 @ 03:40pm

climateadaptation:

Ireland. Cloud free. Rare. NASA, 2012.

18th March 2012 @ 03:40pm

llbwwb:

How to kill a Pumpkin :) by gareth fuller

18th March 2012 @ 03:40pm

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18th March 2012 @ 03:39pm

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18th March 2012 @ 03:38pm

souls-of-my-shoes:

Pacific Coast, California (by www.bazpics.com)

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18th March 2012 @ 03:38pm

theabsolution:

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18th March 2012 @ 03:37pm

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18th March 2012 @ 03:37pm

mothernaturenetwork:

Satellite snaps stunning figure 8 in ocean
Different types and quantities of phytoplankton produce blooms of different colors, including the blues and the greens observed in the photograph.

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12th March 2012 @ 09:51pm

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12th March 2012 @ 09:51pm

mothernaturenetwork:

8 awesome images of galaxies far, far away

12th March 2012 @ 09:50pm

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15th February 2012 @ 10:07pm

mothernaturenetwork:

Cenote Ik Kil (cenote means “natural well” in Spanish) is a large sinkhole on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula that’s sacred to the Mayans. The hole is 90 feet deep, adorned in tropical vegetation and filled with clear blue water that Mayan royalty used for both relaxation and ritual sacrifices. Red Bull has held its Cliff Diving World Series at the sinkhole, and divers have leapt from the cenote’s surface and reached speeds of 40 mph before entering the water.