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It's a bluetiful day!

Enjoying The Sunset

Photo @ladzinski / Above the clouds, above the crowds - @caioafeto walks a high line over a socked in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. This costal storm blew in so fast that we were engulfed in a wet mist 10 minutes after this photo was taken, making for a slippery down climb off the mountain. See this photo in this months @natgeo #VisionsOfEarth gallery @3stringsproductions

Watching the world burn...

If you had a VW Bug in TRON this would be it! 🚙 Saw this car driving around with a dance party inside, naturally I chased her down. 🎉💃

Towards the Heaven

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Hopare New Mural - Hong-Kong, China

Share this article<p>Rom Levy<br>• June 9, 2014<br>• 0<p>After a first visit a few weeks ago, Hopare is back in Hong-Kong where he worked on this new piece organised …

Un día cualquiera

Urban Marina

lotus temple 2

Sunset over Saint Peter's

Prometheus is caught in the act of creating gores and streamers in the F ring. Scientists believe that Prometheus and its partner-moon Pandora are responsible for much of the structure in the F ring. The orbit of Prometheus (53 miles, or 86 kilometers across) regularly brings it into the F ring. When this happens, it creates gores, or channels, in the ring where it entered. Prometheus then draws ring material with it as it exits the ring, leaving streamers in its wake. This process creates the pattern of structures seen in this image. This view looks toward the sunlit side of the rings from about 8.6 degrees above the ringplane. The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on Feb. 11, 2014. The view was acquired at a distance of approximately 1.3 million miles (2.1 million kilometers) from Saturn and at a Sun-Saturn-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 147 degrees. Image scale is 8 miles (13 kilometers) per pixel. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute #nasa #space #solarsystem #saturn #cassini

#GaryHunt dives from the 28 meter platform at Hells Gate during the second stop of the #RedBull #CliffDiving World Series at #PossumKingdom Lake, #Texas #redbullcliffdiving