My dad’s new whip. #JapaneseAmericanHustle

My dad’s new whip. #JapaneseAmericanHustle

Alice Cooper and Salvador Dalí. That’s all.

Alice Cooper and Salvador Dalí. That’s all.

Mina, Ms. Halloween 2013

Mina, Ms. Halloween 2013

Lunchtime stroll through North Beach

Lunchtime stroll through North Beach

#obamacare #govtshutdown #trashinoakland #whoneedsit #aynrand

#obamacare #govtshutdown #trashinoakland #whoneedsit #aynrand

First pic, new phone. #nofilter

First pic, new phone. #nofilter

newyorker:

A look at photos of Edith Windsor and Thea Spyer’s life together: http://nyr.kr/15ULPAs

Top: Edith Windsor with a photograph of Thea Spyer taken during their first trip together, to Suriname, in the nineteen-sixties. Photograph by Max Vadukul.

Bottom: Windsor and Spyer at the beach in 1969. Photograph courtesy Breaking Glass Pictures.

Adorable, brave ladies. Thanks, Edie!

(Source: newyorker.com)

heliumtaxihometome:

20 Historic Black and White Photos Colorized

Color makes all the difference.

(via latimes)

buzzfeed:

Sorry and you’re welcome. 

Oh my Jesus god. 

(Source: BuzzFeed)

latimes:

If you thought previous space photos were awesome, just wait.
Researchers at the University of Arizona, the Arcetri Observatory and the Carnegie Observatory have finished 20 years of work on a camera able to take photos at a preposterous resolution. 
Said UA astronomy professor Laird Close:

"We can, for the first time, make long-exposure images that resolve objects just 0.02 arcseconds across – the equivalent of a dime viewed from more than a hundred miles away. At that resolution, you could see a baseball diamond on the moon."

This effectively means that the new camera technology allows for photographs that double the quality of the Hubble Space Telescope, as you can see above.
Read on for more info on the camera.

Divine space.

latimes:

If you thought previous space photos were awesome, just wait.

Researchers at the University of Arizona, the Arcetri Observatory and the Carnegie Observatory have finished 20 years of work on a camera able to take photos at a preposterous resolution. 

Said UA astronomy professor Laird Close:

"We can, for the first time, make long-exposure images that resolve objects just 0.02 arcseconds across – the equivalent of a dime viewed from more than a hundred miles away. At that resolution, you could see a baseball diamond on the moon."

This effectively means that the new camera technology allows for photographs that double the quality of the Hubble Space Telescope, as you can see above.

Read on for more info on the camera.

Divine space.

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