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@shakudo_sun

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@shizen_photography

At Malaspina galleries this evening. It's not every night I get to see such deep beautiful colours and a spider's web rainbow. I hope you can see the person standing at the entrance of the cave. This beautiful cave is around 250 feet long ( 76m ) and it looks like a big wave. #gabriola #gabriolaisland #nanaimo #nanaimobc #yesnanaimo #explorenanaimo #explorevancouverisland #explorebc #travelbc #travelcanada #sharecangeo #natgeoyourshot #canadiangeographic #sharevi #ig_canada #nationalgeografic #natgeohub #natgeophotography #centralvanisle #vancouverislandlife #vancouverislandguide #geological #cave #caves #earth_tag #earthlandscape #earth_shots #earthofficial #hellobc #bestpicturesgallery

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@osangerm

Ein Foto vom großen Stern habe ich euch ja schon gezeigt. Hier zwei weitere Fotos, die während des Festival of Lights voriges Jahr entstanden. Wer von euch war voriges Jahr auch in Berlin zu der Zeit und mag mir sagen, was ihm/ihr am besten gefallen hat? I have already shown you a photo of the great star (Victory Column). Here are two more photos taken during the Festival of Lights last year. Who of you was in Berlin last year at the time and might tell me what he/she liked best?

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@from.philippe.robert

Je suis plutôt content. Avec un objectif pas du tout adapté pour ça, et mon vieux reflex, j'ai pu faire une photo de l'éclipse partielle lunaire du 16 juillet 🌚 Cette photo n'a rien d'exceptionnelle, mais c'était sympa d'être là, tout simplement... 🙂 www.robertphilippe.fr #night #nightscape #nightshot #nightsky #nightphotography #nightview #nightpic #stars #astro #astrophotography #astrophoto #astro_photography #canon #nature_brilliance #splendid_nature #nature #naturephotography #ournaturedays #universetoday #earth_tag #oise #picardie #moon #fullmoon #eclipse

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@nightscapades

16 Jul 2019. R2D2's Australian cousin, under the Milky Way 🌌 For today's image, I photographed Jupiter and the Milky Way rising over the dairy lands southeast of Nowra, Australia. 💡😱 As for most of my nightscape photos, I had my camera's ISO set high enough to capture the details of the Milky Way's central band. A by-product of setting the camera to gather that many photons from the sky was that lights from passing card, plus the light pollution from Nowra itself, did a great job of lighting up the foreground. 📷 For this photo, I stacked six individual shots, to reduce noise and enhance some of the details. I used my Canon EOS 6DMk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, with an exposure time of 15 seconds @ ISO 6400 to capture each of those six images.

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@the.nocturnal.photographer

Patience. . This was taken at the Lake Clifton Thrombolites here in Western Australia. These rock like structures are built by tiny micro-organisms that are believed to resemble the earliest forms of life on earth. These particular thrombolites are over 2000 years old and is the largest collection of them in the Southern Hemisphere! Such was my fascination with them, this image is actually missing a lot of the core as the foreground was way more important on this occasion. I should have got there earlier as the core was rising?! Well actually I did but Lake Clifton is a very popular place for night photography and this meant I had to wait my turn for this part of the walkway! This is why i have entitled this image - Patience, on my part and the thrombolites. 🙂 . D750. Nikkor 20mm. . Sky- ISO 8000, f2.8, 13 seconds. (Stack of 13). Foreground- ISO 10’000, f5, 30 seconds (Stack of 10). . #davidatkinsphotography #lakeclifton #westernaustraliauncovered #discoverwa #perthlife #thenocturnalphotographer #nightscape #nightphotography_exclusive #night_owlz #darkskyshots #night4view #nightshooterz #night_captures #fotografianocturna #astrolandscape #universe247 #natgeotravel #natgeoyourshot #milkywaychasers #ig_milkyway #milkywayphotography #starrystarrynight #landscapehunter #landscape_capture #bestnatureshot #thrombolites #earth_tag #toplongexposure #nightimages

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@ijayphotography

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@robert_krawczyk

Saturn observations 13.07.2019 🔭📷💫 First time this year.. 😊. MAK 150/1800 with EQ5 Goto mount ZWO ADC, ZWO ASI 120mc UV IR Cut-L. Prime focus. Winjupois 5 avi files stacked and derotated 3k frames each. So 15k frames sharpened in Registax. #saturn #saturnrings #saturno #saturnplanet #planetsaturn #solarsystem #gasgiant #planet #universetoday #newmilkyway #youresa #moon_awards #starviewig #skywatcher #outterspace #nightscapes #amateurastronomy #astrofoto #astrophoto #earth_tag #mak150 #backyardastronomyguy #nightscapes #planetaryimaging #telescope

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@ijayphotography

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@ijayphotography

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@nightscapades

15 Jul 2019. Northerly aspect 🚙 On the last Friday night in June, I headed out from my home in Sydney, Australia, to the southern tablelands region of New South Wales. My first stop was at a farming locality known as Big Hill, a drive of about 180 km (110 mi) from home. 🌌 With the Milky Way’s galactic core almost overhead, I pointed my camera northward to take in the view over the foggy fields of Big Hill. I’m not sure, but I think that little hill in the distance might be THE Big Hill. The few large puddles that formed the small creek in the foreground excelled at reflecting the starlight for me to capture. The Milky Way’s galactic core might not be in the photo, but there was plenty of interstellar dust-lane detail in the northern heavens to add interest to the scene. 🔭 The distinctive green hue in the sky was generated by the natural phenomenon known as atmospheric airglow. Human eyes can’t detect colour in low-light conditions, so I wasn’t able to see the greenness myself, but my camera certainly could. To me, the background sky was visibly brighter than the deep darkness that I’ve witnessed at lots of other light-pollution-free locations, and that brightness is usually a sure indicator of there being lots of airglow overhead. 📷 To create this image, I blended three individual shots in a process known as “stacking”, which helps to reduce the amount of digital noise in the final photo and also removed unevenness in my foreground lighting. For each of those three single photos, I shot with my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Samyang 14mm f/2.4 lens @ f/2.8, using an exposure time of 25 seconds @ ISO 3200.

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@shakudo_sun

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@robert_krawczyk

Jupiter observations 13.07.2019 🔭📷 with three moons: Io Ganymede and Europa. Distance from Earth 662.5 mln km Apparent diameter 44.5". Prime focus. Good seeing although only 15° maximum elevation. ZWO ADC ZWO ASI 120mc MAK 150/1800mm UV IR Cut-L filtr EQ5 Goto mount. Autostakkert Registax, Winjupois and PS express #jupiterplanet #jupiter #giove #jowisz #planetjupiter #solarsystem #astrofoto #amateurastronomy #newmilkyway #moon_awards #outterspace #backyardastronomyguy #universetoday #planet #planets #astrophoto #earth_tag #youresa #skywatcher #skyatnight #night_exposures #planetaryimaging #io #ganymede #astrosprout #gasgiant #mak150

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@nightscapades

14 Jul 2019. Attractive force 🌌 The total mass of our Milky Way galaxy is estimated to be about 1.5 TRILLION times that of our home star, the Sun, which is itself around 333,000 times the mass of the Earth. When I look at this photo, I instantly imagine that the gravitational force associated with these massive amounts of…mass is what’s bending the trees in towards the Milky Way and the planet Jupiter, in the middle of the scene. 🌲 In reality, the apparent bending of the trees is from the warping and stitching processes used to create the final image out of the ten single, overlapping frames that I shot at this location in late May of 2019. Through the trees in the foreground, you can see the colour and light from the sky’s atmospheric airglow being reflected by the waters of Bolong Creek, a tributary of the Shoalhaven River in New South Wales, Australia. The treetops are slightly blurred from their movement in the stiff breeze that was pushing through the area at the time. 📷 The ten original photographs that I used to make up this image were each captured with a Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, through a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, using an exposure time of 13 seconds @ ISO 6400.

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@kraioblaka_photon

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@phil.west.95

So I've finally moved to New Zealand! 🇳🇿 After getting settled in and sorting everything out on the first day, I decided on day 2, that I would climb my first mountain/hill. Mount Mangere, and what a view from the top! Not a bad start to the new adventure 😁👌 #newzealand #newzealandlife #lovenewzealand #newzealandnatural #mountains #mangeremountain #whataview #tonewadventures #adventures #allaboutadventures #traveltheworld #earthtravelpix #earthtreasures #earth_pix #earthfocus #earth_tag #globalexplorer #solotraveller #soloadventure #wholenewworld #offthebeatenpath #roadlesstraveled #exploremore #discovernewzealand #explorer #newchapters #newbeginnings #freshstart #freedom

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@robert_krawczyk

Incredible a bit of luck ✈🛫🛩🔭📹🌔!!! First time ever Moon transit with plane!!! Wonder which model. Can anybody help? 😊 Moon phase 91.2% 13.07.2019. Sony Alpha 5000 SW 72ED AZ3 mount Barrlow 1.5x. second video is 0.5x slower #moonlovers #universetoday #newmilkyway #moon_awards #moon_of_the_day #amateurastronomy #plane #moonvideo #moontransit #moontransits #moonfly #youresa #moon_patrol #earth_tag #astrofoto #skywatcher #skyatnight #telescope #mond #księżyc #lunar #moonphases #spotting #planespotter #backyardastronomyguy #moonandplane

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@shahd_alhanafy

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@shahd_alhanafy

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@nightscapades

12 Jul 2019. Corunna Reflecting 🚤 🛶 Corunna Lake is on the far south coast of my home state of New South Wales, Australia. From dawn until dusk during the hotter months of our year–October through until April–the lake’s surface is stirred by the wakes from dozens of watercraft, be they petrol, electric or human-powered boats and the water-skiers towed behind some of them. ✨🌌 Come nightfall though, and especially now during winter, it’s only the occasional splash from fish jumping that ruffles the top of the lake. With no boats, no breeze, no clouds and the moon having set earlier, last Saturday evening (July 6th) at Corunna Lake was a gift to the keen nightscape photographer. My LED lamp illuminated the rocks under the water at the lake’s edge, and the stars and atmospheric airglow lit up the sky. There was a tiny amount of movement in the water which has made the reflected stars look like they’re making a slight circular movement. My photo has captured the Small and Large Magellanic Clouds suspended above the southeastern shoreline. You can see the southern end of the Milky Way’s central band parallel to the right-hand edge of the frame. 💡 There are several other features of this night’s sky that I have highlighted for you on the marked-up version of this image, available by swiping to the left here on Instagram. 📷 I used my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Samyang 14mm f/2.4 lens @ f/2.8 to capture this scene, using an exposure time of 25 seconds @ ISO 6400.

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@kraioblaka_photon

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@kraioblaka_photon

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@shahd_alhanafy

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@nightscapades

10 Jul 2019. Mist, the Milky Way and a marine mirror 🌫 A fine and almost invisible layer of mist was hugging the surface of Tuross Lake when I sat on the small beach at Sandy Point at around 4:00 am last Sunday, July 7th. As thin as that mist layer was, the air contained enough moisture to give a milky look to the water around the red and orange navigation markers whose light demands your attention when you first view this photo. Sliding down towards the southwestern horizon, the Milky Way was displaying the glorious glow bursting from the billions of stars in its galactic core, surrounded by swirls of interstellar dust and gas clouds. 🌌 The “gas giant” planet Jupiter, named for the ancient Roman sky god, was sliding horizon-ward ahead of that marvellous mass, looking lovely and white not only in the sky but also in the wiggling white streak created by its reflection that you see stretching across the lake’s surface and right up to the edge of the sand. The red “supergiant” star Antares is another celestial character whose twinkling light was reflected by the lake’s waters. As with Jupiter, Antares’ reflection from the top of the lake made it to shore, unlike that of each of the beams from the red and yellow navigation markers. 😱 I could have cropped the top of the image down some more, but I wanted you to see two other features of that night’s sky. Almost at the right-hand edge and a little down from the top is the yellowish light from the planet Saturn. If you head left across the frame from Saturn and upwards a little, you can see a small, dark blob near the middle of the photo that looks like it could have been a dirty spot on my camera’s sensor. This little patch of darkness is a nebula that is blocking the light of the stars behind it. 📷 I shot five overlapping photos to create the final vertical panoramic image that you see here. That composite image measured roughly 5800 x 12200 pixels and consumed almost half a gigabyte of disk space! Each of those five single photos was shot with my Canon EOS 6D camera, a Yongnuo 50mm f/1.4 lens @ f/1.4, using an exposure time of 8.0 seconds @ ISO 6400.

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@gralynj.photography

Beautiful little hummingbird in Armstrong BC.

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@antonrukh

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@matakuningan

from @kem_rain - Ajibkeun?.. . Lokasi : Curug Putri, Palutungan, kec.cigugur - Kuningan . Ayo bagikan moment kalian dengan kami Cukup tag/hastag kami dipostingan kalian 😊 Subscribe YouTube : Mata Kuningan Official Follow : @matakuningan #matakuningan . Follow 👉 @kuningan_milenial

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