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Just past full, a brilliant moon rises behind the 1874 Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine. Photographer Manish Mamtani captured 2 views.
"Fall colors are back," wrote photographer Manish Mamtani.
The start of September means that autumn is just around the corner. Manish Mamtani took this shot in September 2016 in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.
It’s an aerial view of glacial river patterns in Iceland. Manish Mamtani used a drone to capture this image.
Manish Mamtani captured this image at Salt Pond on Cape Cod, Massachusetts. "Happy to be back chasing the Milky Way," he said.
Manish Mamtani was coming back from Yellowstone National Park in late 2016, when he encountered this storm on the road ahead.
What do you call a selfie acquired with a drone? A "dronie," says Manish Mamtani Photography.
The historic Maine lighthouse against the gorgeous backdrop of the Milky Way, by Manish Mamtani Photography.
Great Smokey Mountain National Park as captured by Manish Mamtani Photography in October, 2013.
Autumn foliage reflected in Lake Elmore, Vermont, by Manish Mamtani Photography.
Star trails in the Texas night sky - in infrared, popularly known as "heat radiation" - from EarthSky Facebook friend Manish Mamtani Photography.
Manish Mamtani captured this image at Joshua Tree National Park, in the early hours of May 4, 2013.
EarthSky Facebook friend Manish Mamtani Photography contributed this photo of the moon rising over Yosemite National Park.
Enjoy this collection of some of our best images of Earth. Thanks to all who contributed their amazing photos, and have a Happy Earth Day!
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Stunning photos of the June 10, 2021 'ring of fire' solar eclipse photos.
For millennia, humans have viewed the northern and southern lights - aurora borealis and aurora australis - and created myths and folklore to explain the dancing lights they saw in the sky.
The last full moon of 2020 - and the last full moon of the 202nd decade - happens on December 29 or 30, 2020, depending on your time zone.
Some assume our planet's changing distance from the sun causes the change in the seasons. That's logical, but not the case for Earth.
These images are from members of our community. Thanks so much for sharing your images with us!