Amateur astrophotographer Francisco Sojuel took an amazing photo of our satellite: because of the clouds, the Moon looks like Saturn – as if it is attempting to impersonate the ringed planet.
Astrophotographer Andrew McCarthy created a spectacular image of the Moon’s surface in great detail by combining 100,000 long-exposure photos.
When you’re traveling around the globe, you’ll naturally want to preserve all the wondrous sights and cherished memories you’re going to collect. Whether it’s the majesty of Niagara Falls, the dramatic panorama of Florence, or the colorful confusion of Thailand’s water markets, your camera can preserve them all with a simple click of a button. […]
More than a year ago, on Monday, August 21, around 2 million to 7.4 million Americans traveled to see the first total solar eclipse in 99 years to go coast to coast in the United States. Photographer Jon Carmichael chose another way. He got aboard a Southwest Airlines aircraft and captured the Great American Total Solar Eclipse […]
Majority of children these days, spend time using gadgets like mobile phones, tablets, and computers. This makes them lethargic at an early age and also leads to slower metabolism causing obesity. It also slows them down mentally, hampers their creativity and impacts their overall development. Due to staying indoors all the time, children become shy […]
On May 5, 2018, NASA’s robotic Mars lander, InSight, which designed to study the interior of Mars, was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base space launch complex 3-East. This was the first American interplanetary mission to launch from California. Andy Fortson, adventure and lifestyle photographer based in Los Angeles, California has photographed the launch and […]
Planet.com, a team of analysts and rocket scientists, software engineers and creatives, environmentalists and researchers, have published an amazing post on their Medium account, @planetlabs. In the post titled “Earth’s Wonders Like You’ve Never Seen Them Before”, you can see amazing aerial photos of some famous places. Below, you can see an example of the amazing photos published in the […]
On October 13, 1860, the early American photographer James Wallace Black (February 10, 1825 – January 5, 1896) climbed into a hot air balloon (named Queen of the Air) with his camera, and photographed Boston from a hot-air balloon at 1,200 feet (around 365 meters). He was not the first person to do it: two […]
An international team led by the Italian photographer Filippo Blengini created a 365-Gigapixel Panorama of Mont Blanc, Europe’s highest mountain, and the gigantic image becomes the World’s largest photoSee Note. The previous record-holder, published in 2013, was a 320-gigapixel shot of London, taken from atop the BT Tower. The huge image, published on the project’s […]
Photographers and wild animals – the wildlife photographers wait for endless hours to get the perfect shot, and sometimes they are surprised by the animals causing adorable pictures of their unexpected encounters.