Photo of the day

Just saw this on Facebook.  So cool

Apparently, it’s a still from this video.

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Photo of the day

So, at a recent crafts fair visit (I love crafts fairs!) I was especially impressed by one vendor’s display of his recent photos to Australia.  Somehow, I had never heard of the Twelve Apostles rock formations.  They are amazing!  I so want to go there some day.  Anyway, here’s a really cool shot of them I found on Flickr.

The Twelve Apostles (Australia)

M. Kuhn

Photo of the day

Wow is this an awesome eclipse photo.  And good story behind at the Wired link:

Reuben Wu spent nearly two years putting together the sponsorship deals that would enable him and a small team to travel to northern Chile to shoot this solar eclipse on July 2, 2019.  Reuben Wu

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Great Atlantic photo gallery of the moon landing.  I’m a sucker for cool, reflected images.

A close-up view of Buzz Aldrin as he walks on the moon, with a reflected view of the Lunar Module and his photographer, Neil Armstrong, visible in Buzz’s visor.  NASA.

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Fifty years ago today.  Via Nasa:

The huge, 363-feet tall Apollo 11 (Spacecraft 107/Lunar Module S/Saturn 506) space vehicle is launched from Pad A, Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center (KSC), at 9:32 a.m. (EDT), July 16, 1969. Onboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft are astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, commander; Michael Collins, command module pilot; and Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., lunar module pilot. Apollo 11 is the United States’ first lunar landing mission.
Photo Credit: NASA

Photo of the day

From Atlantic’s photos of the week:

Flamingos walk on Lake Tuz as the sun sets in Turkey’s Konya province on July 9, 2019. 

Murat Oner Tas / Anadolu Agency / Getty

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Haven’t had one of these in a while.  Damn did I absolutely love this Atlantic gallery of photos of the surf off Sydney, Australia.  So many amazing shots.  I love a good silhouette.

A surfer leaps from a wave at Bronte Beach on May 31, 2019.  Mark Evans / Getty

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