Bioluminescence along the great ocean road. There were reports coming in of blooms just outside of Lorne the other day, so i got there just before sunset. Sure enough as twilight set in you could see the electric blue lighting up the waves in the distance. I made my way down to the water where it had washed ashore and had a ball splashing around in it. I followed it all the way around past Lorne where it was still thick at this little rocky beach.
Even if you can’t see it. FEELING it is enough to set the law into motion💫 Now Say it out loud...Better Yet Sing It !!!🎤 and Be a Witness to Your Miracle. Lift the Vibration Now and Manifest the Goodness That Is Already on its Way! 💫✌🏾🧘🏾♀️
Hello, 12-12! I have written about the number 12 before and what it means to me. This number has brought me solace and support in some of my toughest times. This morning I awoke at 6:33 (12), grabbed my phone randomly at 11:11 and quickly glanced at it again at 12:12. While at work, many hours go by without me even being by my phone. So, this was unusual. I pulled the 2 of Cups this morning which made me laugh. Another sign that things will be okay. What numbers do you see in your time of need? Don’t know? Well, ask your spirit guides for some guidance and I guarantee that you will start seeing specific numbers or sequences. Be alert! The universe has you.
pinceladas en el cielo! startrail de 250 exposiciones, visualizando así la rotación de la tierra en una hora. los volcanes licancabur y juriques observan el movimiento de las miles de millones de estrellas que pasan sobre ellos todas las noches. 🌌🌋✨
" 'M42' The Great Orion Nebula" (Test Version 1)
This 24 min exposure of his beautiful pearl in space, is a stellar nursery made up off gasses and dust that give birth to stars. its also a host to its own parasite. While it creates massive stars 30x bigger then our sun it uses up alot of these gasses and energy, but the new stars it creates, feed it back the radiation needed to keep it alive. Orion is only 1,300 light years from Earth and is located in the constellation of Orion. duhh. It is around 25 light years across which to put it in perspective, its only 3 light hours for the sun to hit pluto. The bright part of this photo is called the Trapezium star cluster. its basically where most of the stars all form in that area, illuminating the dust and shining so bright. Such a beautiful gem in the sky
Last night i knew was going to be a trial and error night as i was learning to teach myself PHD2 auto guiding, And Sequence Generator Pro, along with plate solving. 3. new programs used to improve my game and make my life a little easier. unfortunately the learning curve made my life 10x harder....but hey...thats to be expected anytime you learn something new. Anyways... To be honest Im not happy with this photo and i can do much better and spend more time on it. Time im not spending learning a new program or troubleshooting. And i can actually spend the time to focus is correctly and get a way sharper image. Maybe early next month ill try again. -Mack Murdoc
Camera: #Canon 60d
Lens: Explore Scientific 80mm Carbon Fiber Refractor
Focal Length: 480mm
Mount: Orion Atlas EQ-G
Polar Align: Polemaster
Auto Guiding: Starshoot Auto Guider
Guide Scope: Orion 50mm
Shutter Speed: 2 mins x 12 images
Calibration frames: 12 Light -10 Dark
Total Exposure Time: 24 mins
Edited in Adobe Photoshop
Sooo looks like nothing but clouds for tomorrow’s Geminid meteor shower... Can’t win em all I guess.
This is a few meteors from a year ago before the clouds rolled in, on the wonderful wintry backdrop that is Orion et al.
Cam: Stock @nikon D750
Lens: @sigma 35mm ART
Exposure: 113s sky, 30s meteors
Aperture: f2.8/ 1.4
Going back through some of my old Solar data and turning them into animations while I wait for activity to return.—————————————-—————This is a animation that I created with software to mimic the movements of the solar features i.e. prominence, filaments etc.It is not a true time lapse and does not represent actual movement that you would see with a true time lapse that would take hours to create, although I try my best to make it as accurate as possible. It is created merely for entertainment purposes only.—————————————————Explore scientific AR152MM with 2”ERF. Daystar Chromosphere Quark, asi174mm. Software used Photoshop cc, Lightroom cc, Adobe aftereffects Pixaloop, Final Cut Pro.
That's not a phone case; It's my heart monitor. If you think I look cool, thank you, but it's to see why my heart has been causing me physical pain. Learn more in the beautiful @likebossgirls article by @harper_spero. Link in bio. #changecadet