tonguedepressors:

Léonard Misonne
 Sortie de la gare, Namur, 1938
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Mount Wilson Observatory, M33, Triangulum Spiral Nebula, 05/08/1910, United States, Labeled.
Vintage silver print

Mount Wilson Observatory, M33, Triangulum Spiral Nebula, 05/08/1910, United States, Labeled.

Vintage silver print

mythologyofblue:

Alison Rossiter, Kilborn Acme Kruxo, ca. 1940s

mythologyofblue:

Alison Rossiter, Kilborn Acme Kruxo, ca. 1940s

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the-blue-room:

Bruce Conner, Sound of Two Hand Angel (Detail), 1974

the-blue-room:

Bruce Conner, Sound of Two Hand Angel (Detail), 1974

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vivipiuomeno:

Zaugg, Klaus ph. (1937- 1994) untitled, Milano,  Italy 1971 

vivipiuomeno:

Zaugg, Klaus ph. (1937- 1994) untitled, Milano,  Italy 1971 

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Tony Beradi, In Chicago today the shadow of the moon blacked out 90 percent of the sun, 30/06/1954, United States. Vintage silver print.
At 6:03 a.m. in Chicago today the shadow of the moon blacked out 90 percent of the sun. It started as the sun rose at 5:17 and the shadow grew til all but a small part of the sun’s surface was bolted out. After the maximum shadow was reached the sun emerged minute by minute until it showed it’s full circle at 6:59 a.m.

Tony Beradi, In Chicago today the shadow of the moon blacked out 90 percent of the sun, 30/06/1954, United States. Vintage silver print.

At 6:03 a.m. in Chicago today the shadow of the moon blacked out 90 percent of the sun. It started as the sun rose at 5:17 and the shadow grew til all but a small part of the sun’s surface was bolted out. After the maximum shadow was reached the sun emerged minute by minute until it showed it’s full circle at 6:59 a.m.


Brassaï - Hospices de Beaune (1951)

Brassaï - Hospices de Beaune (1951)

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theroamer:

Guided party of mountaineers in one of the ice caves of Paradise Glacier, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, ca. 1925.

theroamer:

Guided party of mountaineers in one of the ice caves of Paradise Glacier, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, ca. 1925.

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Henry Brothers (Frères), Photographique d’une région Lunaire, 1886, France.
lbumen print from “La Photographie astronomique à l’Observatoire de Paris et la carte du ciel, 1887”

Henry Brothers (Frères), Photographique d’une région Lunaire, 1886, France.

lbumen print from “La Photographie astronomique à l’Observatoire de Paris et la carte du ciel, 1887”

yama-bato:

Lucien Clergue Constellation, circa 1980. Tirage argentique. 23,5 x 30 cm.
here

yama-bato:

Lucien Clergue
Constellation, circa 1980.
Tirage argentique.
23,5 x 30 cm.

here

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permanentbutter:

ANDREW MC LOYD -black metal Cy Twombly

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MARINER IX. View of the north pole of Mars, around October 12, 1972, gelatin silver prints mounted, 20 x 24 inches (505 x 610 mm).
Provenance: Robert H. SteinbacherMariner 9 images revealed the north polar cap, composed of water and carbon dioxide ice
MARINER IX. View of the north pole of Mars, around October 12, 1972, gelatin silver prints mounted, 20 x 24 inches (505 x 610 mm).

Provenance: Robert H. Steinbacher

Mariner 9 images revealed the north polar cap, composed of water and carbon dioxide ice

libraryoflight:

Image above: Carl Störmer with an auroral camera, together with his assistant Bernt Johannes Birkeland, during daytime preparations for night-time auroral photography at Talvik during the first Bossekop expedition. The photograph was taken on 25 February 1910 by Anders Beer Wilse, a travelling professional photographer. 

Photograph courtesy Norsk Folkemuseum, Oslo, negative number NFWB 02901 

Image below: Page from an album of auroral photographs obtained during Carl Störmer’s first expedition to Bossekop in northern Norway. It shows a sequence of images of quiet and rayed auroral arcs, together with other less distinct forms, obtained on the night of 3-4 March 1910. The camera employed an objective lens by Ernemann of Dresden, adopted from a small children’s cine-camera, and sensitive ‘Lumière etiquette violette’ photographic plates. With such equipment, the exposure time for bright auroral forms could be reduced to half a second.

Photo courtesy of Truls Lynne Hansen, Tromsø Auroral Observatory

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Anonymous, Total eclipse, Manilla, 20/06/1955. Vintage silver print.

Anonymous, Total eclipse, Manilla, 20/06/1955. Vintage silver print.