nasdaq:

Just a little #MondayInspiration from Elon Musk to get your week going!

nasdaq:

Just a little #MondayInspiration from Elon Musk to get your week going!

herifmanyak:

Kadıköy’de yakaladığım bir gün batımı.

İstanbul

(via bosnalovesturkey)

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Catch ‘em young. Scotland, 1965 © David Malcolmson

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Catch ‘em young. Scotland, 1965 © David Malcolmson

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sunshinewhenitsraining:

for more inspiration: http://sunshinewhenitsraining.tumblr.com/
thequietrabbit:

no.169 - don’t worry, love.

thequietrabbit:

no.169 - don’t worry, love.

seanpodonnell:

Can’t wait for the world cup! LETS GO!

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shortformblog:

Maya Angelou’s fitting final tweet.
jtotheizzoe:

Hey New Yorkers… Manhattanhenge happens tomorrow and Friday! 
Twice a year, the Manhattan street grid aligns perfectly with the setting sun, the glowing orb illuminating the east-west streets in golden splendor. Thursday, May 29 and Friday, May 30 mark the alignment for 2014. If the weather stays clear, you’ll be in for a treat.
From winter to summer, the point where the sun meets the horizon creeps southward, day by day, until the summer solstice, when it reverses its journey (the second Manhattanhenge of 2014 will happen July 11/12). Because the Manhattan street grid is oriented slightly northwest-southeast, the illuminating alignment doesn’t happen on the equinoxes, when the sun sets closest to due west in the sky.
The AMNH has some suggested viewing locations on their site, but any street with a clear view of New Jersey should do the trick. If you take pictures, tag them with #manhattanhenge so we can all feel vicarious awe!
(top image by Hhawk, via Wikimedia)

jtotheizzoe:

Hey New Yorkers… Manhattanhenge happens tomorrow and Friday! 

Twice a year, the Manhattan street grid aligns perfectly with the setting sun, the glowing orb illuminating the east-west streets in golden splendor. Thursday, May 29 and Friday, May 30 mark the alignment for 2014. If the weather stays clear, you’ll be in for a treat.

From winter to summer, the point where the sun meets the horizon creeps southward, day by day, until the summer solstice, when it reverses its journey (the second Manhattanhenge of 2014 will happen July 11/12). Because the Manhattan street grid is oriented slightly northwest-southeast, the illuminating alignment doesn’t happen on the equinoxes, when the sun sets closest to due west in the sky.

The AMNH has some suggested viewing locations on their site, but any street with a clear view of New Jersey should do the trick. If you take pictures, tag them with #manhattanhenge so we can all feel vicarious awe!

(top image by Hhawk, via Wikimedia)