Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Silver Starburst

Silver Starburst
"They're typically seen in starburst galaxies, where there's a lot of star formation and large stars don't last very long. They typically explode soon after they're made — where 'soon' is a million years."
- Frank Marshall


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24 comments :

  1. Amazing stars! Happy Wordless Wednesday party!

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  2. Love those stars! Thanks for sharing, & hope your WW is absolutely stellar....

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  3. I love your star picture. Just realised you have a challenge site here. I will join in; just going to find a photo or something to snap:)
    xx

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  4. Great picture. I like the contrasts of the silver with the black.

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  5. Definitely cool, but what is it?

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  6. This is wonderful, the photo is great! I am curious about the subject. A decoration perhaps? xo

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  7. Part of your holiday decor? Pretty cool!

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  8. Thank you for all the comments! It's a close up of a metal ball in the lobby of the Comfort Suites in Williamsburg.

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  9. Like it lots. Living in the country, I do not get much opportunity for such pictures. I carry my camera every day though so someday, maybe. Until then I will enjoy yours:)

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  10. I feel kind of silly as I have been visiting your blog for a while and never really understood what this was - got it now. Gorgeous photo - I might have to try this next Wednesday!

    Brandi

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  11. Oooooooh pretty stars !!
    I've seen a chocolate star display similar to this (how yummy would that be?)

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  12. great close up. I think it would make a neat ornament too. thanks so much for the healing sparkles, hope they work! ~Faythe @ GMT~

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  13. It's all perspective, we humans shall never know a million years, a May fly shall never know more than the fight of a single day but to each of us, all of it thrilling, even in despair and uncertainty who would give up an instant of our allotted time... Your blog is what I love about WW, I never know quite how to find you so thanks for finding me :)

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  14. Wow, those are cool- love it!

    Visiting late for WW! Here's my share- hope you can visit:)

    http://www.loveablecassandra.com/2012/01/wordless-wednesday-daughters-pet.html

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