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The star right above the horizon is Venus, the brightest dot above across the milky way is saturn

 

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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...

 

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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.

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Venus Rising

 

It's Milky Way time again! It also happens to be Venus time. Venus is currently visible in the southeast from New England before dawn. This shot is from around 5am on Saturday morning on the southern Maine seacoast.

 

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Goddess on the mountain top

Burning like a silver flame

The summit of beauty and love

And Venus was her name

 

She's got it

Yeah, baby, she's got it

I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

At your desire

Well, I'm your Venus, I'm your fire..

 

At your desire

 

Her weapons were her crystal eyes

Making every man mad

Black as the dark night she was

Got what no one else had

Wah!

 

She's got it

Yeah, baby, she's got it

I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

At your desire

Well, I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

 

At your desire

 

Venus

 

She's got it

Yeah, baby, she's got it

I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

At your desire

Well, I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

 

At your desire

 

Goddess on the mountain top

Burning like a silver flame

The summit of beauty and love

And Venus was her name

Wah!

 

She's got it

Yeah, baby, she's got it

I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

At your desire

Well, I'm your Venus, I'm your fire

 

At your desire

 

Venus was her name

 

Yeah baby she's got it

Yeah baby she's got it

Yeah baby she's got it

Yeah baby she's got it

 

Some interesting sandstone formations bathed in predawn light & purple glow of the belt of Venus

Venus shines brightly during twilight over autumn trees at Lindy Point, Blackwater Falls State Park

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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~

 

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Venus (top left quadrant) & wind turbines in the post-sunset glow.

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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...

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I changed my hair colour.Do you like it? And this pic remember me alittle of Botticelli's Venus.

Model: Selfportrait

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2 minutes later it was behind the trees.

 

Taken at 8:54pm. Sunset was at 8:01pm

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.

 

View On Black

 

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).

Paphiopedilum - Venus Frauenschuh

Darmstadt - Blumentopf - flower pot

Venus' Looking Glass gets its name from its flat, black, shiny seeds that look like tiny mirrors. Medicinal uses have been attributed to it and Cherokee Native Americans used to steep the roots and drink the infusion for digestion.

 

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The Venus Flytrap (also Venus's Flytrap or Venus' Flytrap), Dionaea muscipula, is a carnivorous plant that catches and digests animal prey—mostly insects and arachnids. Its trapping structure is formed by the terminal portion of each of the plant's leaves and is triggered by tiny hairs on their inner surfaces. When an insect or spider crawling along the leaves contacts a hair, the trap closes if a different hair is contacted within twenty seconds of the first strike. The requirement of redundant triggering in this mechanism serves as a safeguard against a waste of energy in trapping objects with no nutritional value. (From Wikipedia article)

 

Venus Böcekkapan çiçeği küçük hayvanları avlayıp sindiren etobur bir bitkidir. Bir böcek veya örümcek yaprakların arasında yürürken dikey tüylerden ikisine 20 san arayla değerse yapraklar kapanır ve salgılanan enzimlerle böcek sindirilir.

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.

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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).

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.

Old Venus Mines site along the carcross road heading toward Skagway, Alaska

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.

Venus is the larger, then Mars atop.

The prettiest girl in Warsaw gave me the idea.

Venus and the Moon rising above Anjar, the Beqaa Valley on the night of June 17, 2007.

The night sky as Venus sets behind the hills at Uluksa Point

Skin: Glam Affair - Milena for lelutka Bento in Uber

 

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" Im Moos versteckt, am Muschel-grund..." (Klaus Kinski);" Ich bin so wild auf deinen Erdbeermund "; genaue Herkunft der Venus,...unbekannt und unbemannt....schreie mich schon die Lungen Wund,...nach deinen weissen Leib, Du, mein Weib!

Best Viewed Large.......When the Venus Fly Trap shows red colouring it means it's a very healthy plant.

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Aunque hay que verla en grande para apreciarlo ;-)

Beautiful Venus is growing up. I hope that her future is filled with happy and safe times.

The same night as the previous shot. In this photo we can see Venus and Jupiter very close to each other and shining more than usual.

I just had to grab this pic of the Milky Way before it set. Even though it was not the best time to view, or photograph it still showed up very well as it lay parallel to the horizon.

Venus is the bright 'star', and together with the telegraph pole point towards the direction of the core of the galaxy.

 

2.49 days moon by Takahashi FS-60C Fluorite Telescope (F=264mm with reducer)

 

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Featuring Anonymous. If you think the Belleza Venus body looks boyish, you don't know how to make a shape.

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The 10% Moon sets in the beautiful evening sky followed by the planet Venus at the end of a summers day

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My Astrophotography Set

Venus von Botticelli

auf schaum montiert

 

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And Ursa Major. And Ursa Minor. And Polaris.

 

Just above the mess hall. Some dude had a massively powerful green laser pointer that allowed him to point to stars in the sky with a continuous beam. I want.

Venus imaged over 6 months, from 86.6% illuminated and a diameter of 11.88" on September 25th 2016 to 1.5% illuminated and a diameter of 59.02" on the 21st March 2017.

All images were shot using a Celestron Edge HD11 scope and ASI174MM camera

A triplet juxtaposition featuring the venus figurative window. Best viewed large, look deeper!

Venus es el segundo planeta del Sistema Solar en orden de distancia desde el Sol, y el tercero en cuanto a tamaño, de menor a mayor. Recibe su nombre en honor a Venus, la diosa romana del amor. Se trata de un planeta de tipo rocoso y terrestre, llamado con frecuencia el planeta hermano de la Tierra, ya que ambos son similares en cuanto a tamaño, masa y composición, aunque totalmente diferentes en cuestiones térmicas y atmosféricas. La órbita de Venus es una elipse con una excentricidad de menos del 1%, formando la órbita más circular de todos los planetas; apenas supera la de Neptuno. Su presión atmosférica es 90 veces superior a la terrestre; es por tanto la mayor presión atmosférica de todos los planetas rocosos. A pesar de no estar más cerca del Sol que Mercurio, Venus posee la atmósfera más caliente, pues ésta atrapa mucho más calor del Sol, debido a que está compuesta principalmente por gases de invernadero, como el dióxido de carbono. Este planeta además posee el día más largo del sistema solar: 243 días terrestres, y su movimiento es dextrógiro, es decir, gira en el sentido de las manecillas del reloj, contrario al movimiento de los otros planetas. Por ello, en un día venusiano el sol sale por el Oeste y se oculta por el Este. Sus nubes, sin embargo, pueden dar la vuelta al planeta en cuatro días. De hecho, hace muchos años, antes de estudiar el planeta enviando a su superficie naves no tripuladas y estudiar su superficie con rádar, se pensaba que el período de rotación de Venus era de unos cuatro días

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