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Birds behold the splendor of the universe. Photograph "Embracing Infinity" by Adrian Borda.

Birds behold the splendor of the universe. Photograph "Embracing Infinity" by Adrian Borda.

Hubble Deep Field South  In the autumn of 1998, scientists trained the Hubble Space Telescope on the furthest reaches of space in the southern hemisphere. Hundreds of photographs were taken and composed into this final image, an astonishing glimpse into the universe’s past. Since light takes many, many years to reach us from distant stars, the galaxies captured in the picture are at the very early stages of the universe’s evolution.

Hubble Deep Field South In the autumn of 1998, scientists trained the Hubble Space Telescope on the furthest reaches of space in the southern hemisphere. Hundreds of photographs were taken and composed into this final image, an astonishing glimpse into the universe’s past. Since light takes many, many years to reach us from distant stars, the galaxies captured in the picture are at the very early stages of the universe’s evolution.

[Photograph: Paul Clarke] For me, chocolate is one of the most appealing flavors in the culinary universe, but it's hard to make into a decent cocktail. Not that there aren't plenty of chocolate-laden drinks out there. But most of the...

[Photograph: Paul Clarke] For me, chocolate is one of the most appealing flavors in the culinary universe, but it's hard to make into a decent cocktail. Not that there aren't plenty of chocolate-laden drinks out there. But most of the...

Just in time for the release of the movie "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens," NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed what looks like a cosmic, double-bladed lightsaber.  In the center of the image, partially obscured by a dark, Jedi-like cloak of dust, a newborn star shoots twin jets out into space as a sort of birth announcement to the universe.

Just in time for the release of the movie "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens," NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed what looks like a cosmic, double-bladed lightsaber. In the center of the image, partially obscured by a dark, Jedi-like cloak of dust, a newborn star shoots twin jets out into space as a sort of birth announcement to the universe.

The Carhartt WIP Archives: The Carhartt WIP Archives is the first –ever publication to explore the brand’s remarkable evolution. Edited by Michel Lebugle and Anna Sinofzik, with texts by Gary Warnett, Mark Kessler and Anna Sinofzik, it features over 350 images of unpublished photographs, artworks, as well as memorabilia drawn from the company’s own archives and different private collections, providing an unparalelled look into Carhartt WIP’s universe.

The Carhartt WIP Archives: The Carhartt WIP Archives is the first –ever publication to explore the brand’s remarkable evolution. Edited by Michel Lebugle and Anna Sinofzik, with texts by Gary Warnett, Mark Kessler and Anna Sinofzik, it features over 350 images of unpublished photographs, artworks, as well as memorabilia drawn from the company’s own archives and different private collections, providing an unparalelled look into Carhartt WIP’s universe.

Robert-Ang posted a photo:  "Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?" ―Matthew 6:26 in the King James Bible  When I was photographing this little heron at the edge of Eco Lake in Singapore Botanic Gardens, I was wondering why it turned the left side of its head to face the sky. I had thought it was trying to listen to something up there.  Later on, after reading a…

Robert-Ang posted a photo: "Behold the fowls of the air: for they sow not, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns; yet your heavenly Father feedeth them. Are ye not much better than they?" ―Matthew 6:26 in the King James Bible When I was photographing this little heron at the edge of Eco Lake in Singapore Botanic Gardens, I was wondering why it turned the left side of its head to face the sky. I had thought it was trying to listen to something up there. Later on, after reading a…

Brainstorm Space Explorer Room Projector Discover the Universe with your very own Space Explorer Room Projector. View 24 NASA photographs with this fascinating projector which also transforms into a cool nebula night light. Use the high qual http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-13/brainstorm-space-explorer-room-projector.asp

Brainstorm Space Explorer Room Projector Discover the Universe with your very own Space Explorer Room Projector. View 24 NASA photographs with this fascinating projector which also transforms into a cool nebula night light. Use the high qual http://www.MightGet.com/january-2017-13/brainstorm-space-explorer-room-projector.asp

<p>When trickery meets creative design world, we are thrown into the depth of a magical dimension. Inspired by the famous illusionist and escape artist Harry Houdini universe, shot by photographer Tom

<p>When trickery meets creative design world, we are thrown into the depth of a magical dimension. Inspired by the famous illusionist and escape artist Harry Houdini universe, shot by photographer Tom

We’ve all been there, playing with our action figures as kids as if they were real.  For me it was He-Man.  For photographer Ari Mahardhika, it’s the characters of Marvel Universe, but just playing wasn’t enough. In this amazing series of images, Ari has brought these action figures to life, using a selection of techniques to …

We’ve all been there, playing with our action figures as kids as if they were real. For me it was He-Man. For photographer Ari Mahardhika, it’s the characters of Marvel Universe, but just playing wasn’t enough. In this amazing series of images, Ari has brought these action figures to life, using a selection of techniques to …

io9: Luminous Nature Photographs Will Restore Your Sense of Wonder -- "I took this picture at Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. The flowers are nemophila and the number of them in the park is 4.5 million. I wish to go into the blue universe again next year to photograph." Photo & Caption Credit: Hiroki Kondo/National Geographic Photo Contest

io9: Luminous Nature Photographs Will Restore Your Sense of Wonder -- "I took this picture at Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. The flowers are nemophila and the number of them in the park is 4.5 million. I wish to go into the blue universe again next year to photograph." Photo & Caption Credit: Hiroki Kondo/National Geographic Photo Contest

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