Thank you very much for your photography cooperation. I'll be thankful to the person who used a picture. Please eliminate a picture, if there is a person, "title: elimination request" from a mail of the home, please.
Also, if there is a person who wants to send an original picture, please send me a mail. I'd like to send me, a title:"original picture" and your own picture which can the face for confirmation is needed.
SHAI-A & FIZZ /// DJ Fizz & Shai-A (DUO) | Club, Private & Radio DJ’s
We are young and vibrant female DJ’s specialising in deep house music. We have graduated and learned to master the art of DJing at kUe Dj Academy and have been performing both individually and as partners at a variety of private events & in a number of clubs and venues. #capetown#observatory#hiphop#futurebeats#mediumrarevibes
REECE /// Reece Brooks (AKA Dj Riza) born 18 December 1990,A highly motivated, energetic and enthusiatic DJ, who’s career began at the age of 15. Self-taught with the basics and techniques of mixing, looping breaks and beats, developing over the years a commercial and underground style. This has given the necessary exposure and the opportunity to play at well renowned gigs and venues within South Africa as well as in the Middle East. “My speciality being House Music (soul, afro, deep, tech) has helped me play alongside some of the worlds best dj’s / producers, companies and in some of the best venues.” #capetown#observatory#hiphop#futurebeats#mediumrarevibes
Our Sun. It's a dynamic place. Here, is a computer model that generates a view of the Sun's magnetic field, allowing scientists to better monitor active regions and understand how solar material courses around the Sun's surface. Using real-time data taken from our Solar Dynamics Observatory on August 10, 2018, we see a bright active region right at the central area of the Sun. It clearly shows a concentration of field lines, as well as the small active region at the Sun's right edge, but to a lesser extent. Magnetism drives the dynamic activity near the Sun's surface.
The observatory helps us understand the Sun's influence on Earth and near-Earth space by studying the solar atmosphere on small scales of space and time and in many wavelengths simultaneously.
Image Credit: NASA/GSFC/Solar Dynamics Observatory
The most memorable advanced teacher training! So wonderful to expand on my skills, connect with fellow teachers and experience practicing in the glorious @theshalayoga at all time of the day. Can’t wait to share my knowledge in my class, Tuesday’s at 18:00-19:00, Room 2, Observatory Community Hall. Come and join me for a heart opening vinyasa flow this week. DM for rates. 🙏🏻🌸🧘♀️ #yoga#community#capetown#observatory#asana