Inspiración: Spišský hrad por ramerk



The ruins of Spiš Castle (German: Zipser Burg) in eastern Slovakia form one of the largest castle sites in Central Europe. The castle is situated above the town of Spišské Podhradie and the village of Žehra, in the region known as Spiš (German: Zips). It was included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1993. This is one of the biggest European castles by area (41 426 m²). Text from Wikipedia. http://flic.kr/p/pcacra

Inspiración: Vue depuis l'aiguille du Midi por Aurélien BERNARD



Au fond à gauche : Grand Combin 4314m Au centre : Aiguille de Leschaux : 3730m A droite au premier plan : Aiguille des Périades 3503m Follow me on facebook : http://ift.tt/1vNjW9N http://flic.kr/p/oKSVtx

Inspiración: rainbow_beetle_ct_usa por Macroscopic Solutions



You can download or view Macroscopic Solutions’ images in more detail by selecting any image and clicking the downward facing arrow in the lower-right corner of the image display screen. Three individuals of Macroscopic Solutions, LLC captured the images in this database collaboratively. Contact information: Mark Smith M.S. Geoscientist mark@macroscopicsolutions.com Daniel Saftner B.S. Geoscientist and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer daniel@macroscopicsolutions.com Annette Evans Ph.D. Student at the University of Connecticut annette@macroscopicsolutions.com http://flic.kr/p/iphzR7

Inspiración: The Edge por Macroscopic Solutions



You can download or view Macroscopic Solutions’ images in more detail by selecting any image and clicking the downward facing arrow in the lower-right corner of the image display screen. Three individuals of Macroscopic Solutions, LLC captured the images in this database collaboratively. Contact information: Mark Smith M.S. Geoscientist mark@macroscopicsolutions.com Daniel Saftner B.S. Geoscientist and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer daniel@macroscopicsolutions.com Annette Evans Ph.D. Student at the University of Connecticut annette@macroscopicsolutions.com http://flic.kr/p/nAC2FT

Inspiración: Looking up from under the Microscope por Macroscopic Solutions



You can download or view Macroscopic Solutions’ images in more detail by selecting any image and clicking the downward facing arrow in the lower-right corner of the image display screen. Three individuals of Macroscopic Solutions, LLC captured the images in this database collaboratively. Contact information: Mark Smith M.S. Geoscientist mark@macroscopicsolutions.com Daniel Saftner B.S. Geoscientist and Returned Peace Corps Volunteer daniel@macroscopicsolutions.com Annette Evans Ph.D. Student at the University of Connecticut annette@macroscopicsolutions.com http://flic.kr/p/p1ACkS

Inspiración: Milky Way in the Kansas Flint Hills por JC Richardson



FLINT HILLS, KANSAS, USA -- The Milky Way rises over the Flint Hills of Kansas in this photo I shot for National Geographic Magzine. It was shot on four frames and I lit the tree with a small flashlight. Framelines were left in because we have to make clear to National Geographic readers that the photos were not digitally manipulated. See more at my web site at http://ift.tt/wJiIWx http://flic.kr/p/5yipCo

Inspiración: New York at Night por JC Richardson



CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK CITY, USA -- About 2:15 a.m. fog drifts in over Central Park. Shot with a Nikon D3. Exposure of 20 sec. and a moderate f-stop of f5.6. This photo is available for publication. Please contact me via Flickr Mail. Find more of my work at: http://ift.tt/wJiIWx or follow me on Instagram @JimRichardsonNG http://flic.kr/p/6nUjCP