PUFF BADDY A cloud hangs over the summit of Japan’s Mount Fuji in this picture from space, captured by DigitalGlobe’s WorldView 2 satellite on Sept. 20. (via NBC News)
Last week, the ESA released unprecedented images of a long, meandering river on the surface of Saturn’s moon Titan. Most likely the river flows with ethane or methane, and might be slightly viscous like oil. Now, space artist Ron Miller has created these gorgeous up-close visions of the river from Titan’s surface.
See more of Ron Miller’s amazing work on his website.
Adam Magyar captures both the micro and macro aspects of public spaces with his photography techniques. He creates these images, for his project Squares, out of many high-res photos, which you can then zoom in to look at each individual in the photograph. Go to his website to explore each of these images.
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