the big picture

Recently, my google reader stumbled along this fantastic blog for me!! I have been in love with it ever sence. “The Big Picture is a photo blog for the Boston Globe/, compiled semi-regularly by Alan Taylor. Inspired by publications like Life Magazine (of old), National Geographic, and online experiences like’s Picture Stories galleries and Brian Storm’s MediaStorm, The Big Picture is intended to highlight high-quality, amazing imagery – with a focus on current events, lesser-known stories and, well, just about anything that comes across the wire that looks really interesting.”

Some recent favorites: From World Animal Day

look hes off the ground!!!

are you kidding me!! muzzles= love!

and monkeys!! im in heaven!

lions! tigers! (bears (they are in the full post. go see it!) )OH MY!

this is like a day at the zoo! all the animals i love!! PENGUINS!!!

this one from the Days of Autumn makes me smile!

some of the sun!

doesn’t this look like art.

its not its an “ image of an erupting solar filament above Active Region 9077 on July 19, 2000. Filaments are concentrated bundles of magnetic field filled with relatively cool gas, suspended in the solar corona. When they become unstable, they can erupt, triggering coronal mass ejections and solar flares. The dark material here is relatively cool, while the bright material is hotter than a million degrees. As this hot material cools, it condenses and drains down the lines of magnetic field in the corona much like beads moving along a wire, a process some scientists refer to as “coronal rain.” (Caption courtesy Dan Seaton, Photo courtesy Dick Shine, NASA/TRACE) “

where did i learn that, the big picture thats where! SO GO!!! go read the big picture!!! and get a google reader!! you’ll learn all kinds of things.


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