Here’s one of my favorite corners at @vpconservatory - I’ve been working on this one for a few weeks and it’s finally done🌿 the plant in the middle is in #medinilla family and I love looking at the complexity of the branches and leaves- as always zoom in for the little details 😌
Alrighty guys!!! So things have been a little more absent on my part than I’d like (life gets crazy when you have two little ones) so to kick things back off I’m doing two give aways!!.
•GIVE AWAY #2 is for this hand painted wooden bowl! The Milky Way bowl is perfect for holding keys, jewelry, crystals (my favorite!) or just pure decoration!! **not to be used with food**.
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•Give away ends Monday 8/20.
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A dear family friend of ours took this remarkable photo a few nights ago in Stanley, Idaho. Absolutely breathtaking.
Meteor, Mars, Milky Way and Moon over Sawtooth Wilderness. The Sawtooth Wilderness forms the western border of the only Deep Sky Preserve in North America. I headed up to Little Redfish Lake Sunday afternoon and set up my camera to observe the Persied meteor shower, which peaked about 2 am. The western sky was deep red from su Meteor, Mars Milky Way and Moon over Sawtooths. The Sawtooth Wilderness forms the western border of the only Deep Sky Reserve in North America. I headed up to Little Redfish Lake Sunday afternoon and set up my camera to observe the Persied meteor shower, which peaked about 2 am. The western sky was deep red from summer wildfires so it tinted the Milky Way. Saturday was a New Moon and last night the moon was a tiny sliver you can see in the bottom right. Mars is just setting between the two ranges and is reflected the lake. These exposures are tricky and no camera has the dynamic range to get everything therefore this image is a blend of 3 exposures so that I could get detail in each important element. I don’t generally do photo compositing, but in this case it was the only way to show something close to what I observed over a 7 hour period of time.
Astrophotography was one of the things that really got me into photography. I remember my first time going to pinnacles national park on a night of the new moon with @erictamphotos and being completely captivated by the number of stars in the night sky. It was my first time ever seeing the milky way with my bare eyes. We stayed there taking photos until sunrise. About a month after, we decided to go again.
That was exactly one year ago and I'm still blown away by the experience. This photo was taken the second time around. You can even catch a glimpse of the sun's light creeping from the horizon.
ʻOumuamua is a mildly active comet, and the first known interstellar object to pass through the Solar System. Formally designated 1I/2017 U1, it was discovered by Robert Weryk using the Pan-STARRS telescope at Haleakala Observatory, Hawaii, on 19 October 2017, 40 days after it passed its closest point to the Sun. When first seen, it was about 33,000,000 km (21,000,000 mi; 0.22 AU) from Earth (about 85 times as far away as the Moon), and already heading away from the Sun.
ʻOumuamua is a small object, estimated to be about 230 by 35 meters (800 ft × 100 ft) in size. It has a dark red color, similar to objects in the outer Solar System. ʻOumuamua showed no signs of a comet tail despite its close approach to the Sun, but has since undergone non-gravitational acceleration consistent with comet outgassing. It has significant elongation and rotation rate, so it is thought to be metal-rich with a relatively high density. ʻOumuamua is tumbling, rather than smoothly rotating, and is moving so fast relative to the Sun that there is no chance it originated in the Solar System. It also means that ʻOumuamua cannot be captured into a solar orbit, so it will eventually leave the Solar System and resume traveling through interstellar space. ʻOumuamua's system of origin and the amount of time it has spent traveling amongst the stars are unknown.
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While I was up in Michigan, I went to a “dark sky park” which I measured to have 1/65th the light pollution of here in Plainfield. I was ill equipped and ill prepared for #astrophotography , so this photo is not very good. However, this is the first time I’ve captured the #MilkyWay .
Early Monday morning at Castle Rock State Park. One Milky Way, one meteor, and a whole bunch of airplanes. One of the hikes offered by California State Parks Backpacking Adventures. Super fun and a great way to learn all about our state parks. #caspba#castlerockstatepark#milkyway
Thanking our lucky stars by the tranquil #monolake . Met a group of #stargazers and a professional astronomer/park ranger who explained how to appreciate the #milkyway . Caught a few #shootingstars too! What an unforgettable five star experience!