Insanely Beautiful Picture.
I seriously envy the Astronauts living in the International Space Station.
In Focus is featuring 50 images from this year’s National Geographic Photo Contest.
Crater Lake Storm at Sunset: A thunderstorm swirls across the water at Crater Lake National Park, as the setting sun creates a rare double rainbow. Taken from Rim Village, approximately 1,000 feet above the lake’s surface, providing a straight-on vantage point of the storm.
The winners of the 4th Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition were announced yesterday evening at the Royal Observatory Greenwich in London.
The image above is one of my favourites. It is an image of the Pleiades Cluster. The photo was taken by 15-year-old Canadian boy named Jacob von Chorus – winner of the Young Astronomy Photographer category.
The Time-Lapse videos embedded in this post are simply awesome.
Wild Wyoming, A Summer of Sunsets & Dark Skies
This is a collection of timelapse pieces that I shot between late June and early August, 2011, in Eastern Wyoming, and Western Nebraska.
Watch the stunning time-lapse video in HD and make it full screen, Enjoy.
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