Boa noite!

A tail of the Milky Way Galaxy / skyscape / winding road / night drive

Razão de viver.... : Fotografia                                                                                                                                                                                 Mais

Night-Sky/stars-peace of senses/street/dark-lonely/ beauty of the night/memories

Observando o passado, bem distante.

See Costa Rica differently: stargaze like never before through a GPS-guided telescope while savouring a menu infused with real meteorites.

Collages espaciales 2

“Collages espaciales”. Un proyecto de lacabezaenlasnubes

Collages Digitales by lacabezaenlasnubes

alien background ✧ BY: homescreens on tumblr

The Misadventures of Miss Adventure : Photo

Aseea Selly - Google+

How mystifyingly beautiful

Looking up.... Shooting star in Edsbyn, Sweden

Awesome pictures from Sweden, the country in the north of the world! 10 Places You'll Hardly Believe Are In Sweden ! Sweden is a very beautiful country both in

Do outro lado da minha mão... Night Sky: { Promise } x Katsuma Narisawa

Together with the Stars -- the magical and surreal Altiplano salt flat of Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia . the high plateau at an elevation turns into a perfect mirror after any rainfall during the rainy season from Feb.

Solar Eclipse Sunset

Solar Eclipse Sunset - Life In Color

Mariela : Fotografia

From the Brink by Alistair Nicol - Photo 94352499 -

love the moon decor

Love the moon cycle


"As soon as I heard that door creak open, I knew. I knew it was coming.

Balkon: Kerzenlicht, Lichterkette, romantisch, Candle light: Mega süße Die für…

Como valorizar a iluminação da sua casa usando pisca-pisca e luminárias com fio

Romantic rooftop date

"Milky Road" Astrophotography by Luca Libralato

Um lindo poente com a Via Láctea no Maine-EUA

Lily Bay State Park on Moosehead Lake, Maine by AaronPriestPhoto- maybe I'll visit.Maine is Stephen King's territory!

Three Bands of Light

Three Bands of Light The faint light extending up from the horizon just below centre of this photo is known as zodiacal light, caused by sunlight scattering from cosmic dust in the plane of our Earth’s orbit. A second band of light can be seen at the.