untrustyou:

Strong winds and high tides battered a coastal road close to Newtownards, Northern Ireland, Sunday Jan 5, 2014. (Peter Morrison/Associated Press)

untrustyou:

Strong winds and high tides battered a coastal road close to Newtownards, Northern Ireland, Sunday Jan 5, 2014. (Peter Morrison/Associated Press)

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satans-advocate:

sext: i want to pay bills and share household duties and approach our late 20’s in a financially and emotionally stable way with you

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Children work in an opium field in Badakhshan, which is Afghanistan’s largest producer of opium, Northern Afghanistan, 1992

Children work in an opium field in Badakhshan, which is Afghanistan’s largest producer of opium, Northern Afghanistan, 1992

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Eclipse Lunar 2014
Rió Negro - Argentina

RED MOON RISING
image by Chris Kotsiopoulos, Greece Do you remember the temple of Poseidon at Sounio Greece? Perhaps the most photographed ancient temple in the world, two times APOD from the Greek astro-photographer Anthony Ayiomamitis. This time the Moon that accompanies the ancient monument is huge, more than two times the diameter of the temple itself. As you would expect, the Moon didn’t grow bigger, nor has the temple shrunk… The key is the distance of the photographer from the foreground. After careful planning the shot was taken at a four kilometer distance from the temple, very close to the absolute limit that anyone could take a similar photo, due to the geomorphology of the area. It was a very tough shooting. I had to literally run with all my gear through some dense fields trying to reach on time an almost inaccessible shore where I could shoot the Moon as high as possible from the sea level. I was in time, but when the Moon started to rise, I realized that I was almost 30 meters out of place, so in a matter of seconds, I had to lift the telescope, run again across the beach, relocate the target and shoot the photo. Astrophotography and intense workout combined!Chris KotsiopoulosRelated Links Another Moonrise over Poseidon.

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Eclipse Lunar 2014

Rió Negro - Argentina

RED MOON RISING

image by Chris Kotsiopoulos, Greece

Do you remember the temple of Poseidon at Sounio Greece? Perhaps the most photographed ancient temple in the world, two times APOD from the Greek astro-photographer Anthony Ayiomamitis. This time the Moon that accompanies the ancient monument is huge, more than two times the diameter of the temple itself. As you would expect, the Moon didn’t grow bigger, nor has the temple shrunk… The key is the distance of the photographer from the foreground. After careful planning the shot was taken at a four kilometer distance from the temple, very close to the absolute limit that anyone could take a similar photo, due to the geomorphology of the area. It was a very tough shooting. I had to literally run with all my gear through some dense fields trying to reach on time an almost inaccessible shore where I could shoot the Moon as high as possible from the sea level. I was in time, but when the Moon started to rise, I realized that I was almost 30 meters out of place, so in a matter of seconds, I had to lift the telescope, run again across the beach, relocate the target and shoot the photo. Astrophotography and intense workout combined!

Chris Kotsiopoulos

Related Links
Another Moonrise over Poseidon.

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"We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus! That alone should make us love each other but it doesn’t. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing."

Charles Bukowski (via feellng)

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  • me: i miss you
  • friend: ...is this an april fools' joke

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"I wish friends held hands more often, like the children I see on the streets sometimes. I’m not sure why we have to grow up and get embarrassed about it."

Stephanie Perkins (via nagging)

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"Yes, there are many things that are wrong with the world. So many things to be against — but you can’t be against everything. At some point you have to begin to stand for something. Maybe the most important question is not what am I against, but what do I stand for? On my best days, I want to stand for love conquering a multitude of wrongs. I want to stand for forgiveness, for mercy, for beauty, for grace."

Jon Foreman  (via yesdarlingido)

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untitled by Moscas Volantes on Flickr.

plizm:

untitled by Moscas Volantes on Flickr.

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