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Photo Credit: Konstantinos Basilakakos Photography

Photo Credit: Konstantinos Basilakakos Photography

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Photo Credit: Dimitris Malliaris

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Photo Credit: Last Reflection

BRIGHT Sisters The Evolving OF your intelligence  is unlimited in THE REPUBLIC OF MENTELLECT144 ~ RZC

On a Trail with the Stars - See 12 Pictures of Space You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped & Enjoy Real Out of Space Treasures

Ο Γαλαξίας Μας Photo Credit: Konstantinos Basilakakos Photography

Ο Γαλαξίας Μας Photo Credit: Konstantinos Basilakakos Photography

Photo Credit: Konstantinos Basilakakos

Photo Credit: Konstantinos Basilakakos

authorbradjensen: “lsleofskye: “ Untitled ” The Heavens…… ” “On the fourth day those that have pledge to be pierced do so. We lay them on beds of sage on top of a blanket, facing the sacred tree, and.

Milky Way reflections

coiour-my-world: “orange clouds ~ by cmoon view ” (Beauty Landscapes Sky)

aurora borealis/australis; arctic/antarctic lights; northern/southern lights.

✯ Glacier Aurora - Jökulsárlón, Iceland This is beautiful, look at the stars in the sky peeking out behind it

Night Rainbow  Copy Credit : Antti-Jussi Liikala

Beautiful Aurora Borealis - I love getting pictures of the northern lights and a couple of southern lights. This pairing of colors is rare to me. This is one of the more colorful ones I have seen

I´m going where the stars are sleeping and the sun is being born.

The beauty in the night sky is mysterious and we can't help but wonder what's beyond.(Snow and a starry sky is one of my favorite things!

The 180 degree panorama on the left is the result of five photos stitched vertically. My D300 was set to ISO 3200 to pull off 30 sec exposures at f/2.8. The lens was a Tokina 11-16mm 2.8.    The very bright ball of light rising above the trees, on the left is Jupiter.    By Dan Newton

Every summer I would go camping out in South Lake Tahoe. The Milky Way over Lake Tahoe(Favorite Places Dreams)

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