verdigrisvagabond:

mal-grohiik:

An Offering of Power (by mikeytouri)

Does this look like a really pretty picture of a Kernel to anyone else?

verdigrisvagabond:

mal-grohiik:

An Offering of Power (by mikeytouri)

Does this look like a really pretty picture of a Kernel to anyone else?


"Here’s to the angels from alpha centauri,
the ones who appear with a rush of wings and sonic boom,
beating the burnt ozone and atomized rocket fuel from their robes.
Here’s to seraphs with voices like artificial interfaces,
who come wielding blades doused in kerosene
and bearing gifts of titanium and chrome.
Here’s to all the cosmonauts
flashing ‘be not afraid’ on halogen readouts,
planting quantum physics behind your eyelids
and feeding you electric gospels through an I.V. drip.
Here’s to their joints,
whirring and clicking as they trail
scriptures and new sciences down your spine
with trembling gold-capped fingertips.
Here’s to their breath,
(the cold kiss of dry ice)
swirling through your hair
with the comet dustings and asteroid bits.
Here’s to the angels, many-winged and mighty,
and to you, polishing their lidless eyes
and gifting them hologram prayers
a kissing any part of them that rusts."
The Angels from Alpha Centauri by S.T.Gibson (moreorlesstouched)

eammons:

archangels ; stranded, deserted, drifted. 

it is they who walk among you, who look like you, who talk like you. who feel the weight of heaven upon them, who remember all. 




odditiesoflife:

Blue Ghost Fireflies, North Carolina
A forest floor in North Carolina is traced with the movement of blue ghost fireflies in this time-lapse image by Spencer Black, who says the element of surprise compels him toward long-exposure photography.
"These fireflies are unique because their blink pattern is much longer than the common firefly and they hover about a foot off the ground," says Black. "Witnessing them by the thousands, floating above the forest floor in complete darkness, is truly an incredible experience." 
Photograph by Spencer Blacksource

odditiesoflife:

Blue Ghost Fireflies, North Carolina

A forest floor in North Carolina is traced with the movement of blue ghost fireflies in this time-lapse image by Spencer Black, who says the element of surprise compels him toward long-exposure photography.

"These fireflies are unique because their blink pattern is much longer than the common firefly and they hover about a foot off the ground," says Black. "Witnessing them by the thousands, floating above the forest floor in complete darkness, is truly an incredible experience."

Photograph by Spencer Black
source