1. Crate Lake shot by Trey Ratcliff (2011)

     
  2. mrhowardroark:

    Chi-town

     
  3. bloombergphotos:

    Bright Lights, Radio City

    Pedestrians cross the street in front of Madison Square Garden Co.’s Radio City Music Hall in New York.

    Photographer: Ron Antonelli/Bloomberg      

    © 2014 Bloomberg Finance LP

     
  4. The Grand Canyon’s Horseshoe Bend.  Shot by Trey Ratcliff (2013)

     
  5. natgeotravel:

    Join this hiker for a walk in the clouds in the Kamnik Alps of Slovenia. See the elevated picture in today’s Travel 365 »

    Photograph by Zoran Stanko, National Geographic Your Shot

     
  6. b22-design:

    Eero Saarinen - TWA Terminal - John Kennedy International Airport

    New York - 1962 - Photographer: Pro-Zak 

    (Source: arscentre.com, via 33arquitectures)

     
  7. muffyaldrich:

    Some of My Lillly Skirts and Shifts

    (Source: muffyaldrich.com, via muffyaldrich)

     
  8. "The two Teddies who started it all." Shot for LIFE by Nina Leen. 

     
  9. natgeofound:

    Jagged peaks slice through snow and ice at the South Pole, Antartica, August 1956.
    Photograph by Jack Fletcher, National Geographic

     
  10. todaysdocument:

    Minot’s Ledge Light, again

    This is the plan for the second lighthouse built on Minot’s Ledge, an infamous reef southeast of Boston Harbor responsible for over 40 shipwrecks.  The first lighthouse washed away in a storm in 1851, a little over a year after it was first lit. (You can find a drawing of the original ill-fated lighthouse and its iron framework in our online catalog)

    Section and Elevation Drawing for Minot’s Ledge Lighthouse, 02/01/1855

    From the series: Lighthouse Plans and Maps from the Records of the U.S. Coast Guard.

    More records pertaining to the Minot’s Ledge lighthouse.