dance like nobodys watching.
dance like nobodys watching.
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Photographer Kilian Schönberger created Brothers Grimm Homeland
German photographer Kilian Schönberger recently presented his new project called “Brothers Grimm’s Homeland,” where he mixed photography with illustration. Big trees, dark homes and moody environment - these are the key elements that connected these photos with the legendary Brothers Grimm.

Photographer Kilian Schönberger created Brothers Grimm Homeland
German photographer Kilian Schönberger recently presented his new project called “Brothers Grimm’s Homeland,” where he mixed photography with illustration. Big trees, dark homes and moody environment - these are the key elements that connected these photos with the legendary Brothers Grimm.

Photographer Kilian Schönberger created Brothers Grimm Homeland
German photographer Kilian Schönberger recently presented his new project called “Brothers Grimm’s Homeland,” where he mixed photography with illustration. Big trees, dark homes and moody environment - these are the key elements that connected these photos with the legendary Brothers Grimm.

Photographer Kilian Schönberger created Brothers Grimm Homeland
German photographer Kilian Schönberger recently presented his new project called “Brothers Grimm’s Homeland,” where he mixed photography with illustration. Big trees, dark homes and moody environment - these are the key elements that connected these photos with the legendary Brothers Grimm.

Photographer Kilian Schönberger created Brothers Grimm Homeland
German photographer Kilian Schönberger recently presented his new project called “Brothers Grimm’s Homeland,” where he mixed photography with illustration. Big trees, dark homes and moody environment - these are the key elements that connected these photos with the legendary Brothers Grimm.
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rhamphotheca:

Solar Flare Wink
Photograph courtesy NASA/SDO
Bullseye! A bright flare erupts from the sun’s surface as seen straight-on by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) spacecraft.

Solar flares release strong radiation outbursts, ones sometimes strong enough to interfere with radio signals on Earth. This October 23 outburst clocked in near the top of the “medium” class of such flares, making it an M9.4-class solar flare. 

Such flares have become more common with the sun now near the peak of its regular sunspot activity cycle.

SDO watches for such outbursts in the infrared spectrum, as seen here, to see details of flares washed out or unseen in visible-light images. 
(via: National Geographic)
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zquiggly:

Finally finished this manga coloring of Sailor Neptune!
I’ve been so busy with school, I’ve barely had any time to color. Hoping to get a few more done soon.
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spacettf:

Aurora Reflection by Norseman1968 on Flickr.
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sephirona:

Felt like I should make more Halloween Town edits, I love the atmosphere of the place *_*
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