Ajattelin tehä tälläsen erillisen tilin, jotta saan spämmätä rauhassa yökuviani instaan. Niitä riittää ja tulee riittämään. Tuun postaamaan tänne vain ite ottamia kuviani, ellei toisin mainita. Koitan saada myös vuodenaikoja esille ja ehkä pientä triviaa kuvasta ja sen kohteista, jotta jengi saisi enemmän tietoa mitä meijän päiden yllä välillä tapahtuu ! 😊 Toivottavasti tykkäätte ja seuratkaa jos maistuu! ❤️ In english:
Massive doesn't start to describe how big Yellowstone Falls is. Pair that with the Milky Way core and you start to feel pretty tiny as a human being! One of my favorite things about the falls however are the gorgeous colors of the rocks - much of them due to fluid moving through and altering the chemistry. A geologist's paradise for sure. Photo taken last year during the summer!
Sony FE 24mm F1.4 GM
Sky Watcher Star Adventurer tracker for sky shots
Sky: 3 shots of 2 minutes at f/2.0 ISO1600
Foregound: 3 shots of 2 minutes at f/1.4 ISO1600
Our last dance with Lady Aurora came under a 99.8% full moon over the mountain pass leading to Seydisfjordur which has to be one of the best drives in Iceland and is recognised from ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’. The moonlight does have a dulling effect on the lights but definitely adds another dimension to the landscape!
Through the month of January Dylan and I will be sharing an image a day of our time in Iceland. Though taken almost a year apart our time in Iceland is one of the many ways we connect as photographers and friends. To act as a story board I’ll be sharing my images in chronological order!
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This is the most spectacular thing I have seen in my life. A volcano erupting (and roaring) every 15-20 mins. A climb so hard where you start to wonder why you put yourself to this in the first place. And then when you see it, you are completely spellbound.
How can something be so beautiful and terrifying at the same time?
More details in subsequent posts about the hike which would include a time-lapse.
January's challenge is NIGHT SKY 🌃⭐.
The only requirement was to include a moon and stars.
I included 3 stars and one moon of shapes.
Hint: the third star is grey and cut🌚. Do you see it?
Do you always see a sad face on the moon like I do? Let me know in the comments⬇️
So excited to take part of this #tag for the rest of the year 🎉
My first take on the globular cluster known as NGC 104 — or, more commonly, 47 Tucanae, since it is part of the constellation of Tucana (The Toucan) in the southern sky. After Omega Centauri, it is the brightest globular cluster in the night sky, hosting tens of thousands of stars.
Gear used: Celestron AVX 6" and Canon 6D MII, primary focus only, no barlow, no tracking.
20 takes of 10 seconds exposure each. ISO 3200. Piled in Sequator.
As usual, THANK YOU ALL of you for your comments and support to my enthusiast work. 😀