Collage sheet made with dozens of different souvenir postcards and photographs of the Eiffel Tower circa 1889, as well as Hot air balloon engravings, a vintage ticket, and love letters from the 1700s. Printables by piddix.
Did you see that full Moon Saturday night? Dubbed a supermoon, the latest fully illuminated moon appeared slightly larger than usual because it occurred unusually near the closest point in its orbit to Earth. Pictured above, the supermoon was captured Saturday night rising behind the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. Of course, the angular extent of the moon in comparison to foreground objects can be adjusted just by changing the observer's distance to the foreground object.
Moon over Paris
by navid j, via Flickr
coffee beans in a glass to store make-up brushes -- it would look super cute with colored stones, rocks, etc.
Heart nebula (I made that up, but I see the heart!)
Desire Antelope Canyon, Arizona by Peter Lik