Hope you’re having a better day than this minion I drew… -Lunacaeruleavius

Hope you’re having a better day than this minion I drew… -Lunacaeruleavius

Alone at Last…

Alone at Last…

Quiet, Still and Harmonious. My mind wonders into the water… I am submerged. I am Free. -Lunacaeruleavius

Quiet, Still and Harmonious. My mind wonders into the water… I am submerged. I am Free. -Lunacaeruleavius

Strikingly Bold Women in suits! Grace Jones, Marlene Dietrich, Katherine Hepburn, Twiggy and Le Smoking Tuxedo Suitby Yves Saint Laurent.

Together we Sway… -Lunacaeruleavius Photo By: Camilla Akrans

Together we Sway… -Lunacaeruleavius Photo By: Camilla Akrans

Mountains of Creation
This fantastic skyscape lies at the eastern edge of giant stellar nursery W5, about 7,000 light-years away in the constellation Cassiopeia. An infrared view from the Spitzer Space Telescope, it features interstellar clouds of cold gas and dust sculpted by winds and radiation from a hot, massive star outside the picture (just above and to the right). Still swaddled within the cosmic clouds, newborn stars are revealed by Spitzer’s penetrating gaze, their formation also triggered by the massive star. Fittingly dubbed “Mountains of Creation”, these interstellar clouds are about 10 times the size of the analogous Pillars of Creation in M16, made famous in a 1995 Hubble Space Telescope view. W5 is also known as IC 1848 and together with IC 1805 it is part of a complex region popularly dubbed the Heart and Soul Nebulae. The Spitzer image spans about 70 light-years at the distance of W5. -Nasa

Mountains of Creation
This fantastic skyscape lies at the eastern edge of giant stellar nursery W5, about 7,000 light-years away in the constellation Cassiopeia. An infrared view from the Spitzer Space Telescope, it features interstellar clouds of cold gas and dust sculpted by winds and radiation from a hot, massive star outside the picture (just above and to the right). Still swaddled within the cosmic clouds, newborn stars are revealed by Spitzer’s penetrating gaze, their formation also triggered by the massive star. Fittingly dubbed “Mountains of Creation”, these interstellar clouds are about 10 times the size of the analogous Pillars of Creation in M16, made famous in a 1995 Hubble Space Telescope view. W5 is also known as IC 1848 and together with IC 1805 it is part of a complex region popularly dubbed the Heart and Soul Nebulae. The Spitzer image spans about 70 light-years at the distance of W5. -Nasa

Mondays can be nice sometimes…

Mondays can be nice sometimes…

Endless Possibilities… Therefore Create. -lunacaeruleavius

Endless Possibilities… Therefore Create. -lunacaeruleavius

Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico (1941) by Photographer Ansel Adams. (One of my favorite photographs by the American Photographer)

Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico (1941) by Photographer Ansel Adams. (One of my favorite photographs by the American Photographer)

Flower Child.

Flower Child.