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Remember when you were a kid and you used to stare up into the clouds and pick out shapes and animals? Well Chris Keegan has taken that timeless exercise to whole new level by applying it to photos of space from NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory.

Remember when you were a kid and you used to stare up into the clouds and pick out shapes and animals? Well Chris Keegan has taken that timeless exercise to whole new level by applying it to photos of space from NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory.

Driftwood and horses!? I'm in love! <3 Seriously, how long was this person standing on the beach, making an installation that could possibly be destroyed? If I was the artists, I'd be afraid that kids would walk up to my baby and yell "Giddy-up!" and jump on.

Driftwood and horses!? I'm in love! <3 Seriously, how long was this person standing on the beach, making an installation that could possibly be destroyed? If I was the artists, I'd be afraid that kids would walk up to my baby and yell "Giddy-up!" and jump on.

I used to want to be an astronomer and it is something that still really interests me. I love space and stars and galaxies and constellations. <3 *

I used to want to be an astronomer and it is something that still really interests me. I love space and stars and galaxies and constellations. <3 *

12. So, we know that Genesis was never intended to be a detailed scientific handbook, describing how God created the universe. It imparts a theological, not a scientific, message. (Imagine how confusing messages about gravity waves and dark matter might be to ancient Hebrew readers.)

12. So, we know that Genesis was never intended to be a detailed scientific handbook, describing how God created the universe. It imparts a theological, not a scientific, message. (Imagine how confusing messages about gravity waves and dark matter might be to ancient Hebrew readers.)

Nebula | Angel Wing Nebula by Julie Rodriguez Jones

Nebula | Angel Wing Nebula by Julie Rodriguez Jones

Habitat 67, or simply Habitat, is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Canada designed by Israeli–Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. Its interlocking forms, connected walkways and landscaped terraces were key in achieving Safdie's goal of a private and natural environment within the limits of a dense urban space. Habitat 67.jpg | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Habitat 67, or simply Habitat, is a model community and housing complex in Montreal, Canada designed by Israeli–Canadian architect Moshe Safdie. Its interlocking forms, connected walkways and landscaped terraces were key in achieving Safdie's goal of a private and natural environment within the limits of a dense urban space. Habitat 67.jpg | Flickr - Photo Sharing!