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The Southeast Botanical Gardens in Okinawa, Japan, has a lotus festival every summer. “They’re blooming now!” said photographer Beverly Fish.
It was tough to catch Saturn in the moon’s glare last night, but we received some stunning shots of the full moon. Keep watching this post. More pics expected today! Thanks to all who submitted.
A new image by Colin Legg showing the International Space Station transiting the face of the June 24 waxing gibbous moon. Plus information on how you can take a photo like this.
A solargraph is a long-exposure photo showing the sun’s path across the sky, day after day. The Kelpies, in Scotland, are said to be the world’s largest equine statues.
Fireflies are winged beetles. They use bioluminescence – emitting light due to a chemical reaction in their abdomens – to attract mates or prey.
A sliding rock under the Milky Way at Racetrack Playa in California’s Death Valley. Photo by Yuri Beletsky.
The last of the evacuation orders for the 416 fire north of Durango, in southwest Colorado, were lifted on June 19, 2018, as rainfall squelched the fire.
The streaks in the photos are sun-trails – that is, they’re the sun moving in its shifting path across our sky from day to day over a 6-month period.
Tommy Richardsen captured this gorgeous image in Nordreisa, Northern Norway, a few minutes before midnight on June 13, 2018.
No matter where you are on Earth, the richest part of the Milky Way is now coming back into view in the evening. Spectacular everywhere. At Easter Island, awesome!
Spectacular moon and Venus on Sunday