@kolkrabenjan here, taking over for today. My name is Jan, I grew up in Germany, but moved around the world during the past four years. Today I’d love to show you some shots I took since being back in Europe.
Let’s kick this off with a shot I took whilst traveling up the Norwegian west coast with my 99 year old great granddad. Seeing the majestic fjords from the water was a totally new perspective for me and an amazing experience.
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Regardless of the weather conditions, Letchworth always offers an escape from the stressors of college.
Pro tip: keep a pair of snow boots in your car, thankfully I had some nice gore tex boots so I didn't get too soaked pushing through the snow.
It's always an incredible feeling to look up at the sky and to encounter that many celestial stars visible to the naked eye.
Yesterday after a long day of wedding coverage, where during all day the weather was cloudy, I was graced with this wonderful sky at dawn in the town of Vargem Grande, MA. Even tired horrors I could not contain myself and went to photograph it.
Here we can see the Star Sirius, the most visible Star of our night sky (Mid-left above).
We have the Orion Constellation. Famous for having the "3 marias", forming the so-called Orion Belt, just above the tree. And we also have the Pleiades; It is the most famous cluster of our night sky, it is in the constellation of Taurus (On the right side of the tree). _____
É sempre uma sensação incrível olhar para o céu e me deparar com essa quantidade de astros celestes visíveis à olho nu.
Ontem após um longo dia de cobertura de casamento, onde durante todo dia o tempo estava nublado, fui agraciado com esse céu maravilhoso na madrugada na cidade de Vargem Grande, MA. Mesmo cansado horrores não pude me conter e fui fotografá-lo.
Aqui podemos ver a Estrela Sirius, a Estrela mais visível do nosso céu noturno (Meio-esquerda acima).
Temos a Constelação de Órion. Famosa por possui as "3 marias", formando o chamado Cinturão de Órion, logo cima da árvore. E temos também as Plêiades; É o aglomerado mais famoso do nosso céu noturno, fica na constelação de Touro (Ao lado direito da árvore).
Vargem Grande, Maranhão.