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Weekly Photo Challenge – Tour Guide

Reversed ‘Virtual Tour’

You know those ‘virtual tours’ where your point of view is from the center with you looking out at the subject as if it was wrapped around you? Well this time your ‘Tour Guide‘ has done the reverse: a full 360° set of views of a park gazebo from the outside looking in to give you an impression of all sides at once.

Super Blue Blood Moon

January 29, 2018 an almost full moon shines through a light mist. Will it be clear for the full moon and eclipse?
Blue moon over a weather vane.
Blue moon over a grain elevator.

Two images taken January 30, 2018 of an essentially full moon: the super blue moon (super = when a full moon is at a closest approach to Earth; blue = second full moon in the same month).

Total lunar eclipse series, January 31, 2018.

The last image: a super blue blood moon 🙂


Weekly Photo Challenge – New Horizon

GNU Horizon

Resolutions? Plans? Goals? How about just a little smile on the new horizon?

The image displayed here, GNU Horizon, is a derivative composite of two images, “Blue Wildebeest” and “Spinning Top Sunset”. Per license terms for these images, I license the file of this composite image under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license. Disclaimer: neither Charles J. Sharp (author of Blue Wildebeest) or Jessie Eastland (author of Spinning Top Sunset) endorse this work in any way.

Title: Blue Wildebeest (image found originally on Wikipedia)
Author: Charles J. Sharp
usage permission: http://www.sharpphotography.co.uk/contact
Creative Commons license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en

Title: Spinning Top Sunset
Author: Jessie Eastland
License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en