Nice rig, eh.
© Andrei Restrepo
Nice work, Andrei!
Into the Unknown by Helen Mulvey
Looks like a place I’d rather be.
Nights in the Gobi Desert stay with you forever. Miss it already.
We only have a couple of spots left on the 2019 photo trip with the amazing @cjonesphoto @DaveBrosha if anyone’s interested. Just email us at [email protected]
reblogged by ponderation
A fabulous place… seriously… playground of my childhood hero, Roy Chapman Andrews, home to the fearsome cryptozoological Mongolian Death Worm, a bunch of other wild, mysterious critters and a great place to test out that new Citroën 2CV Sahara of yours! Way better than the Sahara… Ha!
My take on the North American Nebula and region
See, we have our own nebula.
This amazing photo of the Bubble Nebula was taken to celebrate Hubble’s 26th year in space.
I like blue.
Two shots of an interesting aerial object, taken at sea from inside a submarine running on the surface.
Sadly, I have no other data at this time.
To the Stars Academy Award Winner 2018
Location: Kingdom of Mercia
Mood: Like Eartha Kit
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There is enough evidence that these submarine photos came from the USS Trepang in 1971. The photos are from a military exercise and are of Naval weapons targets,
The case file is also available here : Blackvault.com
With supporting documents here : FOIA Documents
A wave engulfs the statue of Neptune on Melenara Beach, Gran Canaria.
Pretty spooky lookin,’ eh.
The statue of Neptune minus the massive wave.
Pics via sixpenceee
I am proud to say that Zoë is a friend of mine as she is the daughter of my dear friend, the late, great John Anthony West. I am sad to say, though, that I have yet to meet her, but hopefully will one of these days. Almost did a while ago but my transport fell through. She has built a truly awesome career for herself and I am so proud of that. It truly is exceptional.
Visit her site here https://www.zoecwest.com/
Adolf Hitler wearing reading glasses at the breakfast table at his home, the Berghof, (now destroyed), in Berchtesgaden, Germany
photo via whitewolfgirl88
Aston Martin Vulcan
Aston Martin Vantage GTE Pro
Aston Martin’s never fail to get my Soul perked up.
Works of beautiful, powerful hand crafted art, that’s what they are.
Beautiful place, beautiful shot.
“Victorians were stuffy prudes.”
That is certainly what I’ve always been told.
As we can clearly see, though, that statement is, basically, a load of codswallop.
photos compiled by muirin007
There is something that just feels right about getting even a little airborne. It’s a visceral thrill, let me assure you.
This 956 is doin’ it up nicely, especially considering it’s going uphill…
So powerful and dominant these were… a tradition carried on by the evolved 962 as well.
Power! Precision! A tough combination.
Awesome to watch.
American Motors AMX/3. I wish this could have succeeded but the company was already tanking. Truly sad.
Datsun 510. A serious contender back in the day.
Land Rover Lightweight. For serious offroading like none of the new owners ever dreamed.
Morris Minor 1300
Just way, way too cool.
So glad the Corvette is nowadays a totally world-class ride.
Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa “Red Head”
‘Stang. Not Arnold!
Goddesses. To me they are all Goddesses.
I will venture that this lady is just as nice as she is pretty.
Within the wonderful Montgomery Pinetum in Cos Cob, Connecticut.
photos via tempestime
Must remember to go this year. Its only two streets over…
A bus with surprises lurking.
Ah… the real Mini.
The Vector W8
Even For A Pagani, Japan’s Zonda Anija Is Completely Insane
The exceptionasl Ferrari-wielding team of Kirk F. White helped set my standards high at a yootful age.
One well-treated 512.
Monsieur Bellof for Mr Tyrrell.
A history of thinking outside the box at Tyrrell…beyond your basic innovation. I have always found them a great enterprise. If they only had the the bucks of the big boys.
“Latvala marca la pauta en el shakedown de Sardegna.”
1957 Ford Prefect 100e
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