fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 
Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”
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fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 
Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”
See the entire slideshow here>
fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 
Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”
See the entire slideshow here>

fastcompany:

These Incredible Photos From Astronauts Show The Brightest Cities On Earth 

Cities at Night was launched by some Spanish astrophysicists who started following an astronaut’s Twitter account. “For us his nighttime pictures were like fire for a firefighter—it’s pretty, but you must control it,” says Alejandro Sanchez from Complutense University of Madrid. “We want to make the nighttime images useful for citizens, journalists, and scientists. And make this beauty accessible—but also make people think about if all this waste of energy is really needed.”

See the entire slideshow here>

"Toronto Mayor Rob Ford remained seated while his City Hall colleagues rose to applaud a group of organizers responsible for WorldPride Toronto on Wednesday morning."
CTV News (via fuckyeahtoronto)

Why of course he did…

Toronto is nice.

  1. Camera: Nokia Lumia 710
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/1912th

This is a good look at the entire sad situation.

It’s so awesome how they’re politicizing this issue rather than trying to restore people’s power….