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sharkbaithuhahhah:

Met a peacock in Maui, Hawaii.
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ponderation:

Canarian Nightsky by Pixelnoir
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beastintraining80:

#bloodmoon over the #templeofposeidon
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omerart:

Harihara
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omerart:

Harihara
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peace-love-star-bucks:

Took and edited this picture of the Cathedral in Strasbourg, France.
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vainaspaver:

Winchester Cathedral by Mark Etienne http://flic.kr/p/n31Cxe
sibey:

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astronomypictureoftheday:

 Light Pillars over FinlandWhat’s happening behind those houses? Pictured above are not aurora but nearby light pillars, a local phenomenon that can appear as a distant one. In most places on Earth, a lucky viewer can see a Sun-pillar, a column of light appearing to extend up from the Sun caused by flat fluttering ice-crystals reflecting sunlight from the upper atmosphere. Usually these ice crystals evaporate before reaching the ground. During freezing temperatures, however, flat fluttering ice crystals may form near the ground in a form of light snow, sometimes known as a crystal fog. These ice crystals may then reflect ground lights in columns not unlike a Sun-pillar. While going out to buy cat food, a quick thinking photographer captured the above light pillars extending up from bright parking lot lights in Oulu, Finland. Image Credit & Copyright:  Thomas Kast
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0ce4n-g0d:

Orphan planet | Baid Own
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