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fletchingarrows:

1910-again:

George Michel, Gathering Storm between 1830-1839

heavy skies
catonhottinroof:

Lev Lagorio     Full moon over the Crimea, 1879
ohstarstuff:

Simply spectacular. NGC 2174 lies about 6400 light-years away in the constellation of Orion. The nebula is a violent stellar nursery, packed with the ingredients needed for star formation. Dark brown and rust-colored dust clouds billow outwards, framed against a background of bright blue gas. These hues are formed by combining several Hubble images taken with different colored filters, to reveal a broad range of colors not normally visible to the human eye.
(Image credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage Team STScI/AURA)
tierradentro:

“Lady Godiva”, 1891, Jules Joseph Lefebvre.
1910-again:

Auguste Francois Biard, Magdalena Bay 1840
The painting, which is now in the Louvre, shows the aurora borealis from a bay on the Arctic island of Spitzbergen. In the foreground are five figures, presumably explorers, who are either dying or dead.
1910-again:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck, A Forest Floor Still-Life with Various Fungi, Thistles, an Aspic Viper, a Sand Lizard, a Tree Frog and Two Moths 1660
colourthysoul:

Otto Marseus van Schrieck - A forest floor with a snake, lizards, butterflies and other insects (ca.1650-1678)
sisterwolf:

Group of Yogis, 1880
via artsy.net
hypnoticlandscape:

karl wilhelm diefenbach