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breathtakingdestinations:

Tanah Lot - Bali - Indonesia (von mikaku)
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thedemon-hauntedworld:

The Flame Nebula, Hubble Palette over Infrared Credit: Eric Coles
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spacettf:

Hvítserkur by birgirs on Flickr.
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0ce4n-g0d:

Rupture by Warren Keelan
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0ce4n-g0d:

Pather's Portal by Tarun Kotz
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morethanphotography:

REFLECTIONS by Christopher-Schlaf
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hueandeyephotography:

Sea Stacks, Cannon Beach, Oregon
© Doug Hickok  All Rights Reserved
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harekrishna108:

SHRI VISHNU NARAYANA ॐ"O Lord Mukunda! I bow down my head to Your Lordship and respectfully ask You to fulfill this one desire of mine: that in each of my future births I will, by Your Lordship’s mercy, always remember and never forget Your lotus feet."~Mukunda-mala-stotra 3

Amen. <3 to you my Lord. ॐ
minazarei:


asperatus cloud x

IT’S LIKE WATCHING THE WAVES ABOVE YOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN
vurtual:

The Needle (by Evgeni Dinev)
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megacosms:

Image Credit & Copyright: Remus Chua (Celestial Portraits)
Explanation: The large majestic Lagoon Nebula is home for many young stars and hot gas. Spanning 100 light years across while lying only about 5000 light years distant, the Lagoon Nebula is so big and bright that it can be seen without a telescope toward the constellation of Sagittarius. Many bright stars are visible from NGC 6530, an open cluster that formed in the nebula only several million years ago. The greater nebula, also known as M8 and NGC 6523, is named “Lagoon” for the band of dust seen to the left of the open cluster’s center. A bright knot of gas and dust in the nebula’s center is known as the Hourglass Nebula. The featured picture is a newly processed panorama of M8, capturing five times the diameter of the Moon. Star formation continues in the Lagoon Nebula as witnessed by the many globules that exist there.
Timothy Rowan
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