Inspired by yesterday's beautiful evening sky and dull rainy morning. Took an older photo of a panda and sharpened it before overlaying the photo over several layers of different photos of paint splashes. Had to decompress the image quality a ton so that Instagram would let me post this.😕Guess I'm a Desiigner now😂🔥 #panda
All the way in Florida, here is @bordercolliedraco and his new baby sister Gemma showing off some of our bandanas 😍😍 Draco is wearing the Checkered (Blue) bandana and Gemma is wearing the Stars in Their Eyes bandana!! They look so unbelievably perfect in them ✨ Oh, and you guys can use the discount code "DRACO10" to get 10% off any of our products.. Even better!! 😍
Slim Crescent of Ice
he low angle of sunlight along the slim crescent of Saturn's moon Enceladus (313 miles or 504 kilometers across) highlights the many fractures and furrows on its icy surface.
This view looks toward the Saturn-facing hemisphere of Enceladus, which is dimly illuminated in the image above by sunlight reflected off Saturn. North on Enceladus is up and rotated 14 degrees to the left. The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on Dec. 26, 2016. The view was obtained at a distance of approximately 104,000 miles (168,000 kilometers) from Enceladus. Image scale is 3,303 feet (1 kilometer) per pixel.
Image credit: Courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech
I'm back to reality from a weekend of my brothers wedding celebrations 🎉. If you've emailed me I will get back to you today, Thank you so much for your patience 😘 Here's a photo of me looking ultra sparkly just before we left for the wedding! ✨✨✨✨✨
The center of the Lagoon Nebula is a whirlwind of spectacular star formation. Visible on the lower left, at least two long funnel-shaped clouds, each roughly half a light-year long, have been formed by extreme stellar winds and intense energetic starlight. The tremendously bright nearby star, Hershel 36, lights the area. Vast walls of dust hide and redden other hot young stars. As energy from these stars pours into the cool dust and gas, large temperature differences in adjoining regions can be created generating shearing winds which may cause the funnels. This picture, spanning about 5 light years, was taken in 1995 by the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope. The Lagoon Nebula, also known as M8, lies about 5000 light years distant toward the constellation of Sagittarius.
Credit: Hubble, A. Caulet (ST-ECF, ESA), NASA