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Venus, near its Greatest Elongation (12-1-2017), at the upper left in the clear sky between the clouds. Hight: 5500ft.
Panachaikon Mountain, Achaia, Greece.
Venus Rising - Redux
This is a re-edit of a photo from a year ago. Venus, the bright object in the sky that looks like a star and casting light on the ocean, was rising along side the Galactic Center of the Milky Way early last year. I wasn't happy with the original edit, it had some color balancing I didn't like and some blend problems. My goal was to re-do the color balance so it was more natural but the natural colored sky in this shot was a pale brown-orange due to light pollution to the south, so I cooled it down again and made it blue. Not quite the real color but it looks a whole lot more pleasing and dramatic. I'm still not 100% happy with it, maybe I'll edit it again in another year...
Venus can be seen here rising in the early evening skies above Blydenburgh Park. Our sister planet was at its brightest this year on December 6th, and has recently been a fixture (around sunset) in our southwestern skies.
Captured in Blydenburgh Park, Smithtown, NY.
HDR image constructed from 3 bracketed shots - 2 stop differential between each image.
Images processed w/ Photomatix, and finished in Photoshop -- including the use of Topaz lab plugins and filters.
Moving to a full frame camera I tied a bit of star photography. It is relatively difficult especially after a couple but hey, what else do you do at 1 am.
P.s. I love the sky at Venus Bay. I am not at all surprised that the whole town has a solar theme.
Venus (top left quadrant) & wind turbines in the post-sunset glow.
Earth's "sister planet" a.k.a Venus. After the Moon, it is the brightest natural object in the night sky, reaching an apparent magnitude of −4.6, bright enough to cast shadows. That’s why I love this planet :o) . Today weather is keep changing! from the clean sky to cloudy, then raining! I must stop all the homework immediately because this weird weather! Insomnia is sucks, no sleep for the whole night. So this photo is taken early in the morning about 6.30am. have a nice day~
Venus is the larger, then Mars atop.
The prettiest girl in Warsaw gave me the idea.
Venus of the Fontaine des Ambassadeurs called also Fontaine de Vénus is located in the Gardens of Champs-Élysées, Carré des Ambassadeurs at 8th district of Paris. Built in 1840 by Jacques Hittorff architect and sculptor Francisque Duret.
Venus Landolina, named after the archaeologist Saverio Landolino from Syracuse, who found her. The statue is a 2nd century A.D. Roman copy of a 2nd century B.C. Greek original.
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
Venus es el segundo planeta del sistema solar en orden de distancia desde el Sol, el tercero en cuanto a tamaño, de menor a mayor. Carece de satélites naturales. Recibe su nombre en honor a Venus, la diosa romana del amor.
Es el objeto más brillante del cielo, después del Sol y la Luna. A este planeta se le llama el lucero del alba cuando aparece por el Este al amanecer y el lucero de la tarde cuando está situado al Oeste al atardecer.
Pine Glades Lake, Everglades National Park, FL
I took this shot 30 minutes after sunset. Except for a thin layer of clouds at the horizon all clouds had disappeared in time for sunset and only started re-appearing about 45 minutes after sunset. Quite funny really!
I really liked the orange strip of fading light at the horizon which started appearing about 15 to 20 minutes after sunset. I left shortly after taking this shot as at that point the mosquitoes had discovered me and were about to have my blood for dinner. Compared to what I have experienced last year they were still pretty tame, though.
Venus, the dazzling morning or evening star, outshines all the other stars and planets in the night sky. It begins the year in the evening sky, well up in the west as darkness begins to fall. It will disappear from view in late March as it passes between Earth and the Sun. It will return to view as a “morning star” by early April, and remain in the morning sky until December (from StarDate Online | Planet Viewing in 2009).
Old Venus Mines site along the carcross road heading toward Skagway, Alaska
Venus and the Moon rising above Anjar, the Beqaa Valley on the night of June 17, 2007.
the “venus of willendorf” is one of the most beautiful female statuettes
of the upper paleolithic period. she is about 25,000 years old and was
uncovered on august 7, 1908, during excavations in willendorf on the river
danube. the 11 cm tall, fully intact female figure of limestone was
originally thickly coated with red ochre. she has no feet and no face.
a hairstlye or head covering crowns her forward leaning head.
seen at the museum of natural history in vienna, austria.
wishing you a great new week!
Venus rises over the rocky shoreline at Granite Bay, Noosa National Park. The central bulge of our Milky Way dominates the area above Venus.
Canon 6D (full spectrum modified), ISO3200, Multirow panorama consisting of shots that vary in shutter speed (15s to 3min) and aperture (f2.2 to f4.0). An Astrotrac was used to track the stars (no star trailing, longer exposures, lower ISO).
2 minutes later it was behind the trees.
Taken at 8:54pm. Sunset was at 8:01pm
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Self-timer shot taken during a night spent on the summit of Mount Brévent (2.525 m), over Chamonix.
Taken on March 14th 2012, looking West, just to show the last light of the sun already gone, and, even more important, the beautiful shining presence of two planets: Jupiter and Venus.
On the right of the two planets mentioned, in this photo you can see: Hamal (Alpha Arietis), Sheratan (Beta Arietis), the brightest stars in the constellation of Aries.
Center: Almaak, Mirach, Alpheratz, of Andromeda constellation.
More to the North (up on the far right) is visible the Cassiopeia constellation, with Ruchbah, y Cas, η Cas, Caph, Shedir...
:copyright:Roberto Bertero, All Rights Reserved. This image is not available for use on websites, blogs or other media without the explicit written permission of the photographer.
The Venus flytrap (also referred to as Venus's flytrap or Venus' flytrap), Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plant native to subtropical wetlands on the East Coast of the United States in North Carolina and South Carolina.
It catches its prey—chiefly insects and arachnids—with a trapping structure formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant's leaves, which is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces. When an insect or spider crawling along the leaves contacts a hair, the trap prepares to close, snapping shut only if another contact occurs within approximately twenty seconds of the first strike.
The requirement of redundant triggering in this
mechanism serves as a safeguard against wasting energy by trapping objects with no nutritional value, and the plant will only begin digestion after five more stimuli to ensure it has caught a live bug worthy of consumption.
I changed my hair colour.Do you like it? And this pic remember me alittle of Botticelli's Venus.
make up: me
Stopped by the boardwalk to watch the sunrise and caught this pre-dawn shot of Venus (I think it's Venus) rising over the Atlantic Ocean.
Venus, the Milky Way and a laser shot from the summit of Haleakala.
Finally got the laser shot! Came to see if I could catch some lightning and got lucky. The laser light pulses but in a long exposure it looks like a single green beam.
Venus and the Milky Way were exceptionally bright even with some light from the fading sunset.
Images of Venus from 26th December 2016 to 4th February 2017. The change in phase and apparent size is apparent once you compare images taken over a period of time, the planet seemingly getting larger and the phase smaller as it progresses between us and the Sun
Celestron Edge HD11, ASI174MM camera
All images have an IR filtered images mapped to the red channel, a UV filtered imaged mapped to blue and a synthetic green channel comprised of 50/50 red/blue
foto, make up & style : francesco catalano www.flickr.com/photos/malesoul/
Aunque hay que verla en grande para apreciarlo ;-)