etherealvistas:

Foggy Redwoods (USA) by danielpivnick || Website

etherealvistas:

Foggy Redwoods (USA) by danielpivnick || Website

(Source: flic.kr)

thehivernant:

"Red Oak" relief print.
Listing here - "Red Oak"

thehivernant:

"Red Oak" relief print.

Listing here - "Red Oak"

(via rusty-locket)

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

(Source: yesknopemaybe, via mentalalchemy)

etherealvistas:

Orange moon rises above the mountain and into the cloud (USA) by slworking2

(via etherealvistas)

thedemon-hauntedworld:

In the Heart of the Rosette Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Don Goldman
In the heart of the Rosette Nebula lies a bright open cluster of stars that lights up the nebula. The stars of NGC 2244 formed from the surrounding gas only a few million years ago. The above image taken in January using multiple exposures and very specific colors of Sulfur (shaded red), Hydrogen (green), and Oxygen (blue), captures the central region in tremendous detail. A hot wind of particles streams away from the cluster stars and contributes to an already complex menagerie of gas and dust filaments while slowly evacuating the cluster center. The Rosette Nebula’s center measures about 50 light-years across, lies about 4,500 light-years away, and is visible with binoculars towards the constellation of the Unicorn (Monoceros).

thedemon-hauntedworld:

In the Heart of the Rosette Nebula
Image Credit & Copyright: Don Goldman

In the heart of the Rosette Nebula lies a bright open cluster of stars that lights up the nebula. The stars of NGC 2244 formed from the surrounding gas only a few million years ago. The above image taken in January using multiple exposures and very specific colors of Sulfur (shaded red), Hydrogen (green), and Oxygen (blue), captures the central region in tremendous detail. A hot wind of particles streams away from the cluster stars and contributes to an already complex menagerie of gas and dust filaments while slowly evacuating the cluster center. The Rosette Nebula’s center measures about 50 light-years across, lies about 4,500 light-years away, and is visible with binoculars towards the constellation of the Unicorn (Monoceros).