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◄ 2 Peter 3:3 ►


Above all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires.


Canon EOS 5D Mark III

14mm F2.8 L IS II


Pose de 25 secondes à 6400 ISO


1 Cor 12:1-2 (NIV) ...I do not wish you to be ignorant... somehow or other you were influenced and led astray to dumb idols.


Isa 41:29 (NIV) "See, they are all false! Their deeds amount to nothing; their images are but wind and confusion."


Jer 2:5 (NIV) This is what the Lord says: "What fault did your fathers find in me, that they strayed so far from me? They followed worthless idols and became worthless themselves."


Ps 97:7 (NIV) All who worship images are put to shame, those who boast in idols...


1 Sam 12:21 (NIV) Do not turn away after useless idols. They can do you no good, nor can they rescue you, because they are useless.


Isa 57:12-13 (NIV) "I will expose your righteousness and your works, and they will not benefit you. When you cry out for help, let your collection [of idols] save you! The wind will carry all of them off, a mere breath will blow them away. But the man who makes me his refuge will inherit the land and possess my holy mountain."


Isa 42:8 (NIV) "I am the Lord; that is my name! I will not give my glory to another or my praise to idols."


Nasa picture Textured, Have a lovely week,

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Merci de votre visite et pour le commentaire!

Gracias por pasarte y por el comentario!

Obrigado por sua Visita e Comentario.

Ευχαριστώ για τη βόλτα και για το σχόλιο!

from Sunday evening; the 21:16 UTC ISS pass with a flare passing over Venus which is casting a nice light beam on the sea at Church bay/Swtan, Anglesey

The trail of the International Space Station intersects the orbit of the setting moon.

Ice on Jökulsárlón, Iceland

International Space Station going over our lighthouse tonight. -5* when I went down. 48 second exposure.

The ISS Epigram is a independent ship operated by a group of journalists and self-styled truth seekers; the crew of the Epigram work throughout the Outer Rim. Although the human population of the Core Worlds prefer not to think about the reaches of space; the dangerous species, the wars, the complex politics and yet there is demand for information. The courageous and often foolhardy ISS Epigram crew provide this information.


The ship itself is a very small capital-ship; a half-corvette. Quick and nimble, she is armed with all manner of counter-measures and tricks to evade enemies. The imaginative engineers have often utilised the powerful broadcast-transmission-scanner to scramble the targeting of belligerents, to fool and mesmerise them as cover for an escape.

International Space Station passing over Camas County Idaho

International Space Station transiting the Moon.

Taken from Oxfordshire, UK with a Canon 1100D with 18-55mm lens + Japan Optics wide angled attachment

ISO-1600 for 90 seconds. Stack of 3 images stacked using StarStaX. Iridium 95 is very faint due to the cloud but it is just visible if you look closely!

I have looked through the usual websites to try and identify the bright object which moved through the middle shot but no luck. It is most likely a tumbling Iridium satellite or an unlisted military satellite of some kind.

So the Ha capture of the ISS-Sun transit didn't turn out as good as the CaK one.

The camera, Grasshopper 3, frame rate was a bit slow for the magnification being used resulting in a blurry ISS 

◄ 2 Peter 3:3 ►


Above all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires.


This is ISS passing between Venus and Mars Wednesday, February 15 2017 19h47 pm at St Vincent de Paul southwest small city in France.

The preparation for this image was calculated 1 week before with the help of website Calsky, it give a lot of data like the exact time that ISS appears.

This picture was made with a Canon EOS 60D.

17mm f/4.5


400 ISO

Photo prise de La presqu'ile de Crozon

This is what happens when you coordinate your Yosemite stargazing with the flight schedule of the International Space Station shown on


This 2 minute shot taken from Cook's Meadow. The trees silhouetted on the right are a bit of an illusion as they are at the east end of Cook's Meadow and not on the distant ridge line near Half Dome. North dome is silhouetted on the left opposite from Half Dome.


The light seen from the ISS comes from reflected sunlight, which means the viewing times for the ISS are always just after sunset or just before sunrise. Trajectory info on indicated the ISS would be flying from the north to the east at around 5:50am. Including Half Dome in the scene just seemed like the right thing to do. It was only a matter of picking which meadow to take the picture from. And having a Yosemite meadow all to yourself before the sunrise is quite a special thing in itself.

Okay, this isn't the ISS but it sure

looks like something straight out of a SCI-FI movie!


Inside a massive, closed warehouse. One could spend days wandering this cavernous space. After closing, this building was intentionally left to rot with the plans of demolition. Workers are slowly removing valuable equipment but there is a long journey ahead with the environmental cleanup of the entire property.


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I've been going through some of my previous images and using new techniques I've learned to improve them.

This is one of my favourites of the Space Station pass because I'd gone to a lot of trouble to get it. It meant staying at the top of a very cold and windy Rivington Pike, Bolton until it got dark. I knew the space station was due so I set the camera up. There was also a first quarter moon, which I hid behind the monument. I also lit up the monument with an LED torch to avoid it looking like a silhouette. I did, however get caught out by the timing and I ended up hastily holding the shutter open with the interval timer control when I'd really meant to stack the exposures. This meant that the overall image was rather overexposed. It took a fair bit of work in Photoshop CS3 to rescue the image and I don't think I did too bad a job .

Compared to the previous image I also used the Nikon 10.5mm fisheye Hemi plug in which goes some way to correcting the barrell distortion, but at the same time keeping the fisheye look.

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