posted 3 hours ago
7/24/14 @ 5:08 pm

Rest And Flight by intao http://ift.tt/1wCFjrs

Rest And Flight by intao http://ift.tt/1wCFjrs

posted 6 hours ago
7/24/14 @ 1:43 pm

Shadow Plateau #hipstamatic by intao http://ift.tt/1wCFiUj

Shadow Plateau #hipstamatic by intao http://ift.tt/1wCFiUj

posted 10 hours ago
7/24/14 @ 10:17 am

His Dreamworld #hipstamatic #noedit #bw #blackandwhite by intao http://ift.tt/Wr0otP

His Dreamworld #hipstamatic #noedit #bw #blackandwhite by intao http://ift.tt/Wr0otP

posted 13 hours ago
7/24/14 @ 6:51 am

#bookstagram #booknerdigam #bookaddict #bookporn #likeforlike #booklover #bookworm #bookfan #fandom #multifandom #fangirling #fangirl #ilovereading #reading #booknerd #suzannecollins #taishadeaza #johngreen #tfios #lookingforalaska #twilight #fandomania by boooklover http://ift.tt/WorrGi

#bookstagram #booknerdigam #bookaddict #bookporn #likeforlike #booklover #bookworm #bookfan #fandom #multifandom #fangirling #fangirl #ilovereading #reading #booknerd #suzannecollins #taishadeaza #johngreen #tfios #lookingforalaska #twilight #fandomania by boooklover http://ift.tt/WorrGi

posted 17 hours ago
7/24/14 @ 3:26 am

A Giant Leap for Mankind: 45 years ago at 10:56 p.m. EDT Neil Armstrong is ready to plant the first human foot on another world. With more than half a billion people watching on television, he climbs down the ladder and proclaims: “That’s one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind.” Buzz Aldrin joins him shortly, and offers a simple but powerful description of the lunar surface: “magnificent desolation.” They explore the surface for two and a half hours, collecting samples and taking photographs.

Today, we stand on a new horizon, poised to take the next giant leap-deeper into the solar system. The Apollo missions blazed a path for human exploration to the moon and today we are extending that path to near-Earth asteroids, Mars and beyond.

Image Credit: NASA

#pathtomars #nextgiantleap #nasa #apollo11 #apollo45 by nasa http://ift.tt/1sCk4Zc

A Giant Leap for Mankind: 45 years ago at 10:56 p.m. EDT Neil Armstrong is ready to plant the first human foot on another world. With more than half a billion people watching on television, he climbs down the ladder and proclaims: “That’s one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind.” Buzz Aldrin joins him shortly, and offers a simple but powerful description of the lunar surface: “magnificent desolation.” They explore the surface for two and a half hours, collecting samples and taking photographs.

Today, we stand on a new horizon, poised to take the next giant leap-deeper into the solar system. The Apollo missions blazed a path for human exploration to the moon and today we are extending that path to near-Earth asteroids, Mars and beyond.

Image Credit: NASA

#pathtomars #nextgiantleap #nasa #apollo11 #apollo45 by nasa http://ift.tt/1sCk4Zc

posted 23 hours ago
7/23/14 @ 8:34 pm

encounter by thomas_k http://ift.tt/1tm5Clx

encounter by thomas_k http://ift.tt/1tm5Clx

posted 1 day ago
7/23/14 @ 5:09 pm

#sunday #brooklyn by juliaxanthos http://ift.tt/1yMcVGe

#sunday #brooklyn by juliaxanthos http://ift.tt/1yMcVGe

posted 1 day ago
7/23/14 @ 1:47 pm

by visualmemories_ http://ift.tt/1ruCmv0

by visualmemories_ http://ift.tt/1ruCmv0

posted 1 day ago
7/23/14 @ 1:16 pm

Break time! #kindle #reading #books #fordmadoxford #paradesend

Break time! #kindle #reading #books #fordmadoxford #paradesend

posted 1 day ago
7/23/14 @ 10:17 am

Rackwick Bay on the Orkney island of Hoy has a fine boulder-strewn beach that can be quite haunting. People living here 5,000 years ago found it a rich place to live during the age of the great stone circles that dot this land. Shot on assignment for National Geographic’s story on Orkney and the incredible story of stone age life in this month’s issue, August 2014. Should be on the newsstands and in your mailboxes soon. Check out the iPad edition, too. @JimRichardsonNG @natgeo @natgeocreative #orkney #neolithic #scotland #UK #latergram
http://ift.tt/1nlw3s7 by jimrichardsonng http://ift.tt/1tgr7nQ

Rackwick Bay on the Orkney island of Hoy has a fine boulder-strewn beach that can be quite haunting. People living here 5,000 years ago found it a rich place to live during the age of the great stone circles that dot this land. Shot on assignment for National Geographic’s story on Orkney and the incredible story of stone age life in this month’s issue, August 2014. Should be on the newsstands and in your mailboxes soon. Check out the iPad edition, too. @JimRichardsonNG @natgeo @natgeocreative #orkney #neolithic #scotland #UK #latergram
http://ift.tt/1nlw3s7 by jimrichardsonng http://ift.tt/1tgr7nQ