13°C and this year's first three consecutive days of unobstructed sky, rejoice!
Earth's moon in true color as shot by the Chinese rover Yutu
would love to see this in motion
Corn Island is a strong piece of movie that doesn't even need to rely on dialogue to convey it's deep matter of concern. Can't say it's for everyone to enjoy but I for one was instantly absorbed into the heavy waters of this river of a film.
It doesn't take much to get some interesting pictures on the rocky parts of the shore, the palettes and textures are so incredibly intense if you just take a closer look.
Shot by the probe Philae on the comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko. Although that cliff is taller than a kilometer you'd likely survive a jump from the top due to the comets low gravity. Sounds intriguing.
This image combines several layers of images shot above Tassili n'Ajjer in Algeria by the Landsat satellite (using infrared, near-infrared, and visible light) in the year 2000. The first shows the original image, the two following I cut out in original resolution.
Did forget to mention that I finally managed to watch Stalker to its end.