Hot summer nights. Mid July. 🙃
Another shot from summer of 2016. One of very few times I did night photography and only ‘cause Mike made me. We had an insane thunderstorm ⛈ and he wanted me to take a photo of it. I’m weird about stuff like this. I prefer to watch and experience thunderstorms without constantly sitting there and trying to capture lighting making sure the shutter went off on time. These have very minimal editing done to them. Another testament to Nikon’s beautiful colour science.
Sometimes I feel bad for the sun being up there in the sky all by itself. It has no one and if anything gets too close they get burned. Constantly giving life and light that even the moon uses. At least the moon has the stars in the night sky.
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(🇵🇱PL niżej)One of the very few advantages of frequent power failures in Guatemala is this night sky view straight from my balcony 😍
In Guatemala a large number of people, especially in rural areas, still live without electricity and those who live in the cities need to pay shockingly high bills.
Jedną z nielicznych zalet częstych awarii prądu w Gwatemali jest ten widok nocnego nieba prosto z mojego balkonu 😍
Duża część mieszkańców Gwatemali, zwłaszcza na wioskach, wciąż nie ma dostępu do prądu, a ci którzy mieszkają w miastach muszą płacić za niego szokująco wysokie rachunki (płaciłam rachunki dwukrotnie niższe mieszkając w Warszawie). Podobnie, ceny za podstawowe produkty spożywcze jak chleb, jajka, mleko czy warzywa są często wielokrotnie wyższe niż w Polsce (mówię o cenach z lokalnego bazarku, gdzie kupują miejscowi, a nie jakiegoś luksusowego supermarketu). Dodam, że przeciętny Gwatemalczyk zarabia ok. 700 zł miesięcznie (w przeliczeniu oczywiście z lokalnej waluty ;), ci na wioskach zarabiają znacznie mniej. I wiecie co? Oni są tak przyzwyczajeni do takiego stanu rzeczy, że nikt tu specjalnie nie narzeka. Chciałabym sobie wyobrazić podobną sytuację i reakcje ludzi w Polsce ale jakoś nie potrafię.
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Here we go again...this was perfect timing :) One more beautiful long exposure sunset without ND filter. Great reflections and excellent sky colors
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इक बार उस ने मुझ को देखा था मुस्कुरा कर
इतनी तो है हक़ीक़त बाक़ी कहानियाँ हैं ...
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Bro I still can't believe they rather let someone go despite needing people and badly almost every week you hear someone say they're going to quit and us that are left have even more work but I'll stop here for now...pic.twitter.com/fpzxyOL3bf
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Who agrees how amazing technology has allowed us to see how beautiful the universe is? Who’s ready to see it now with their own eyes? 👀
Ready to explore deep space? 🔭
See more @spacespot or @thecosmiclaboratory .
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I need a city night, where we chill on the roof of a building, drinking a bottle of jack and gazing at the night sky. #missnightslikethese
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I'm completely wrapped up in the project @sweetfiremo and I are doing, and the mechanic we tested that may have zero bearing on the project connects directly to Avram's game.
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Can we pretend that airplanes in the night sky are like shooting stars
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The Human Eye 👁 🌌 🔭 My 2nd Page @TheOurDeepSpace
The eye is the second most complex organ in our body (after the brain). It is composed of more than 2 million operational parts which can process 36,000 bits of information every hour! It involves complex pathways and mechanisms and with the help of several structures like retina, pupils, iris, lens, cornea, ciliary muscles and optic nerves. Proper assembly of these parts helps the eye to function properly and makes our vision perfect
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During earth invasion over 1 year ago, it was funny.douzens of my spacecrafts were arriving with red blinking lights, standing the whole night in the night sky total noisless. Many machine guns where heard,my female war droids which pullled car's through the street for barricades
Milky Way's seasonal transition captured in gorgeous night sky photo
A starry night scene captured at the end of summer from the Dark Sky Alqueva reserve in Portugal shows the Milky Way's galactic arc shimmering above a dead tree in Noudar Park.
It's that time again! The annual Camp Hero first of the season. I've done this with the same camera & lens for four years straight now. February new Moon is always my opportunity to plan out the year and test new methods, one of which is shown here. I love Montauk at this time of the year, before the madness takes hold of the town for the Summer. Cheers to another one in the books and hopefully warmer nights ahead.
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