Saturday, March 10, 2012

Solar Flare Flair -- DIY and More

A chunk of sun...Magnetic fields are disrupted.
Communications are disrupted. Electricity is disrupted. The sky is beautiful.
Nature's  Design.

Which we love to copy.

Here is an image to keep, a Solar Flare Sunset:
Charged Particles are  Gorgeous!

This shot of the solar flares, taken recently by NASA,
 would also look great framed and up on a wall:

As would this sweet mirror:


     This certainly gives you a sense of being, um, overwhelmed, and may call for sunglasses...

       This calls for applause:  Solar-inspired D-I-Y


        A tea ceremony room at a 2009 gold exhibition in Tokyo:  golden tea set on display~ 


       Sunburst Dahlias~the colors match so well! Lovely flowers....

     Versailles Palace - Hall of Mirrors...

This solar flare was captured March 8, 2012 at about 11pm  Eastern Standard Time:


Have a Beautiful Day!


    According to :

The coronal mass ejection (CME), reached Earth at around 5:45 am EST on Thursday (3-8-2012) according to officials at the Space Weather Prediction Center of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. But it was more of a “glancing blow” than a full on collision, thankfully.
The impact will continue to affect Earth today according to, but the storm has now been classified as “moderate” as of midnight last night (EST). The effects have been the greatest over the polar caps.

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