Crimson Skies at the Reds Game
Of Lava and Snow
Sea Anemone or Awesome Duck Hair?
Floating on a Cloud
Sailing Through a Tiny Planet Panorama
Snow-Covered Ski Lift in Sweden
Panorama Glitch Gives Woman Ultimate Selfie Arm
One Side of this Street Has LED Lights
The Transparent Kayak
A Snowplow for Train Tracks
When Skydivers Meet
Aurora Borealis Taken from Space
“Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine this. 10 minutes ago on the #ISS #aurora”. Those were the words of astronaut Reid Wiseman who is currently aboard the International Space Station. He posted the photo above to Twitter on 19 Aug 2014.
Pick Yourself Up and Pull Yourself Together
British artist Alex Chinneck reveals his latest illusory artwork in collaboration with Vauxhall Motors. Following 2014’s ‘floating building’ in Covent Garden, ‘Pick yourself up and pull yourself together’ sees the artist hang a new Vauxhall Corsa 15 feet in the air while still attached to the road at London’s Southbank Centre. For more information on the installation visit vauxhall.co.uk (John Doe via TwistedSifter Submissions)
Tide Pools at Rocky Point, Mexico
Snow Covered Lamp on Mount Washington
Strokkur Geyser on the Verge of Eruption
Spring Equinox in Chicago
In this perfectly timed photo we see the setting sun in Chicago during Spring Equinox on 20 March 2014. Taken by Flickr user niXerKG, who dubbed the photo Chicagohenge, he says you can see the setting/rising sun in the streets of Chicago that run East/West.
The Road to the Stars
In this amazing aerial photograph by NASA, we see the rollout of space shuttle Atlantis to the launching pad on 4 September 2008. STS-125 was the fifth and final space shuttle servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). After several delays, launch occurred on 11 May 2009 at 2:01 pm EDT. Landing occurred on 24 May at 11:39 am EDT, with the mission lasting a total of just under 13 days. (Photograph by NASA via Lloyd B. Eldred/galtham.org)
Freediving with Tunas
In this breathtaking underwater photograph by Kurt Arrigo, we see a woman freediving (i.e., no breathing aid) with a school of tuna fish. This is not a composite or digitally manipulated as many may be quick to assume. The model in the photograph is Saho Harada, a two-time Olympic synchronised swimmer for Japan, and the photograph was taken at a depth of approximately 18 meters (59 ft).