Winter Coziness in Japan
I took a photo of the Eiffel Tower. It came out rather nice.
I took a picture of a quiet street at night in Kyoto.
It snowed in Kyoto, Japan, making this temple garden look amazing.
It Takes Balls to Be The World's Greatest Villain.
They Came In Peace...
Overseer - a lone guanaco looks out at the majestic Cuernos del Paine, in Chilean Patagonia [2048 x 1153] photograph by Gene Wahrlich
Early Morning at Lake Yamanaka and Mount Fuji [2048 x 1363][OS] by Shinichiro Saka
This is what it looks like when you leave your camera shutter open for 10 minutes in Norway.
A three-dimensional photograph taken with a Nishika N8000, a four-lens stereo camera from the 80's. Pretty cool effect.
Winter in Japan
A snug fit: this is what the ride home from the ISS, aboard a Soyuz capsule, looks like on the inside.
Incredible long exposure from the ISS. -- photo by NASA astronaut Don Pettit (the white-blue spots are lightning strikes)
It snowed in Kyoto, Japan, making the Daigo-ji temple garden look amazing. -- photo credit to Azul Obscura
650 40-second exposures of star trails make for a dizzying sky... by Lincoln Harrison
Long exposure photography of a snowboarder with LEDs on his board. Awesome.
Give her what she really wants for Valentine's Day.
This mirror on an easel looks like a beautiful landscape painting -- photographer: Daniel Kukla
Looking through the viewfinder the scene was surreal and epic at the same time. Destruction of some of the best and most popular trails in Yosemite. - Sunday's wildfire at Yosemite NP, USA [1680x1121][OS] by Darvin Atkeson
Took a photo in Tokyo. Backdrop looked a little inviting to some photoshopping.
747 breaking through the fog
Tranquility - Nightscape of Mount Matterhorn in Switzerland, just before dawn. [2000x1272][OS] photo by Nicholas Roemmelt
Like an oriental painting - the shores of South Korea [1600x1133][OS] photo by Jaewoon U
Svartifoss, an Icelandic waterfall cutting through a columnar basalt formation [1225x1000][OS] photo by freeezzzz (x-post /r/Island)
Helmeted kitty knows no fear.
Arizona's Vermillion Cliffs under an amazing starry night sky [780x1170][OS] by Jared Warren
The ISS floating above the Aurora Borealis -- photo by Alexander Gerst, ESA astronaut
Desert and the Human Torso or Dune Looks Like A Lady as it was titled in /r/Woahdude - Sand dunes in Iran [2500x1667][OS] photo by Ebrahim Bakhtari Bonab
A long exposure of our planet as seen through the windows of the ISS's Cupola Module [4256 x 2832][OS] by Don Pettit, NASA astronaut
The Lost World - between Thórsmörk and Landmannalaugar, Iceland [1241x1080][OS] photo by Max Rive
Crossing the road in Saigon, Vietnam, is a scary experience.
Your friend travelling across the country is going to be even less impressed.
Low orbit views, can't get enough of them: Sunlight is reflected off of the Atlantic along the coast of South America. -- photo: ESA/ISS Expedition 42
Pro skier Jon Olsson's snow camo Lamborghini Gallardo [1920x1200][OS]
Let's stand still in the landing of a giant jump!
Drive above the clouds by Tomohiro Nakatate - the world's largest salt flat in Bolivia, looking like a mirror after the rain.
ITAP of a quiet Kyoto street at night
30 Rock Rockefeller Center in 1933, before it was surrounded by tall buildings.
The otherworldly glacial lake of Jökulsárlón, Iceland [2048x1279][OS] photo by Gen Vagula (x-post /r/Island)
Rain in Shanghai [1920 x 1117][OS] by Black Station
Fisheye photograph of the ISS Cupola Module - almost like a real-world TIE Fighter cockpit. -- Credit: ESA/NASA
The Huangshan mountains of China [1333x1000][OS] by Suchet Suwanmongkol (x-post /r/ChinaPics)
A long exposure from the ISS - capturing star trails, the Aurora Borealis, even lightning storms and cities. [4256 x 2832][OS] photo by Don Pettit, NASA
Best job on the planet (or at least, near the planet) - Alexander Gerst posing for the camera on a spacewalk outside the ISS. [4312x2868][OS] photo ESA
She has lovely eyes.
Exploring a sunken cruise ship.
The beautiful interior of the Hagia Sophia, Istanbul [1132x1170][OS] photo by David Hurley (x-post /r/TurkeyPics)
Istanbul. | photo by ender kuşbaşı
Something I really miss from older Civ games: leaders and their background scenes changing over time. No more meeting Bismarck in a military uniform in 2000BC, for example.
NASA Astronaut Ed White performing the first American spacewalk, 1965. He holds a HHMU or maneuvering gun, which shoots oxygen to propel the astronaut. [4074 x 4095][OS] photo: NASA
Purple Plain Peaks - Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming [2048 x 683] by David Howland
Fiery dawn on Monument Valley [2048 x 734][OS] by dezzouk (x-post /r/UnitedStatesofAmerica)
The Northern Lights, as seen from the ISS. [4256 x 2832][OS] Photo credit: NASA
Got to see this beauty while visiting a Swiss bunker complex last summer. Zielfernrohr Karabiner 55 (ZfK55), 7.5x55mm Swiss. [more pics in comments]
Two empty spacesuits sit quietly during night time aboard the ISS. The astronauts aboard live by GMT, and generally sleep at the same time despite orbiting through daylight many times a day. [4928x3280][OS] from Alexander Gerst/ESA's Halloween photo album Spooky Space Station
Out of the Mist - Grand Teton NP really is gorgeous. [1600x1068][OS] by David C. Schultz (x-post /r/UnitedStatesofAmerica)
Inside the former Tropicana swimming pool complex, in downtown Rotterdam, Netherlands. [3183x1791][OC]
Neon Shanghai [OC][2048 x 135]
A long exposure of the world's largest tin can floating in space - taken from the ISS Cupola Module [2048x1363][OS] by NASA astronaut Don Pettit
Quiet lake - A perfect reflection in Jølstravatnet lake, Norway [1350x899][OS] by Rune Askeland (x-post /r/NorwayPics)
A Kiss from a Fairy Princess -- photo by Lydia Joy Palmer
Gorgeous starscape from Arnessysla, Iceland, with visible Aurora Borealis [2048x1367][OS] by Conor MacNeill
My favorite photo from my trip to Kyoto two weeks ago. What a beautiful city.
A beautiful clear shot of the Aurora Borealis near Australia, from the ISS [4256 x 2832][OS]Image credit: NASA
An Einstein Ringor gravitational lensing at work: the blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy but we can see it because the light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by the closer galaxy. [1014x670] Photo NASA/Hubble
A photo to make you miss summer: an evening on the canals of Amsterdam [OC][2956x1958]
Multi-colored Aurora Borealis and a starry night sky over Tromsø, Norway [2048 x 1463][OS] by Wayne Pinkston (x-post /r/NorwayPics)
Woah. Star Trails from the summit of Mount Cook, New Zealand. [2048x1125][OS] by Jay Daley
After The Rain - fog in the mountains of Bavaria, Germany [1200x800][OS] photo by Kilian Schönberger