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odditiesoflife:

Amazing Volcanic Eruption With Northern Lights, Iceland

After hearing that the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano was erupting, photographer James Appleton made a journey to Iceland. Appleton managed to take these stunning photos of the volcano’s eruption while a light display of the aurora borealis (northern lights) filled the sky. His words express the experience best:

In 2010 I became aware of the volcanic activity on the Fimmvörðuháls mountain pass, on the side of Eyjafjallajökull. Having crossed the pass several times on previous trips to Iceland, I knew the area and that I would know my way around. Dealing with the severe winter conditions and obviously volatile situation would be something else. I am a strong believer that sometimes in life it is the risks we take that bring the greatest rewards, so with that in mind I booked flights, assembled my gear and headed out to Iceland. Arriving at night, I hitchhiked to the south coast and the start of the path up to the pass. Five days later I would return, physically and mentally exhausted, but with some of the greatest photographs I had ever taken and a pretty wide smile on my face.

that color killed me

(via art-and-fury)

lemanoosh:

Crane lamp ny (HYUN) Young Park

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nearlya:

Jaak Kaevats. Kinetic Sculpture.  714 metal spheres, hanging from thin steel wires attached to individually controlled stepper motors animate a seven minute long mechatronic narrative, in the beginning moving chaotically, then evolving through several competing forms to eventually resolve as the finished object.

(via takeovertime)