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14 fascinantes fotos del concurso National Geographic Traveler

14 fascinantes fotos del concurso National Geographic Traveler

nubbsgalore: “ “corals and sponges build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives. these animals are actually very mobile creatures. however their motion is only detectable at different...

nubbsgalore: “ “corals and sponges build coral reefs and play crucial roles in the biosphere, yet we know almost nothing about their daily lives. these animals are actually very mobile creatures. however their motion is only detectable at different.

14 fascinantes fotos del concurso National Geographic Traveler

14 fascinantes fotos del concurso National Geographic Traveler

Due to the kindness of homestay workers it has been possible to take this photo in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, in March Location: Raja Ampat, Indonesia Michael Muecke

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Early Morning Rise - The early morning sky to the east is looking amazing at the moment. I shot this image looking along the Wellington South Coast in New Zealand as the moon and galactic centre of the Milky Way was rising.

Early Morning Rise - The early morning sky to the east is looking amazing at the moment. I shot this image looking along the Wellington South Coast in New Zealand as the moon and galactic centre of the Milky Way was rising.

Winning image of the People and Space Category of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013.<br /> <br /> Following on from my 'Full Moon Silhouettes' video, I wanted to see if I could capture a similar shot, except this time as a photographic still. Amazingly I had perfect weather again, and the location to shoot from was almost as perfect as the one from the video. You can find more info and see the 'Full Moon Silhouettes' video here: http://markg.com.au/2013/01/full-moon-silhouettes/

Winning image of the People and Space Category of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2013.<br /> <br /> Following on from my 'Full Moon Silhouettes' video, I wanted to see if I could capture a similar shot, except this time as a photographic still. Amazingly I had perfect weather again, and the location to shoot from was almost as perfect as the one from the video. You can find more info and see the 'Full Moon Silhouettes' video here: http://markg.com.au/2013/01/full-moon-silhouettes/

Supermoon rises over Wellington, New Zealand by Mark Gee on 500px

The Supermoon rises over houses on Mount Victoria in Wellington, New Zealand. Photo by Mark Gee Taken May 2012

The moon rises over the ocean to the east at Cape Reinga at the top of the North Island of New Zealand.<br /> <br /> Cape Reinga is the north western most tip of the Aupouri Peninsula. The remote coastline is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches including 90 mile beach and the giant Te Paki sand dunes. The lighthouse was built in 1941 and was the last manned lighthouse to be built in New Zealand. Today it is visited by thousands of tourists every year.<br /> <br /> The official name…

The moon rises over the ocean to the east at Cape Reinga at the top of the North Island of New Zealand.<br /> <br /> Cape Reinga is the north western most tip of the Aupouri Peninsula. The remote coastline is surrounded by beautiful white sandy beaches including 90 mile beach and the giant Te Paki sand dunes. The lighthouse was built in 1941 and was the last manned lighthouse to be built in New Zealand. Today it is visited by thousands of tourists every year.<br /> <br /> The official name…

Castlepoint is one of the most spectacular sites along the Wairarapa coastline. It's located on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, and is known for its fossil-rich limestone reef, lighthouse and magnificent 162 metre high Castle Rock.<br /> <br /> I headed out there recently on a perfectly clear night. The stars and Milky Way were shining ever so brightly above the coastal settlement, as the sweeping light of the lighthouse lit up the surrounding landscape. It was an amazing…

Castlepoint is one of the most spectacular sites along the Wairarapa coastline. It's located on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand, and is known for its fossil-rich limestone reef, lighthouse and magnificent 162 metre high Castle Rock.<br /> <br /> I headed out there recently on a perfectly clear night. The stars and Milky Way were shining ever so brightly above the coastal settlement, as the sweeping light of the lighthouse lit up the surrounding landscape. It was an amazing…

A heavy fog rolled into Wellington, New Zealand on the night of the 15th May 2013. This image was captured from Wrights Hill overlooking the city as The Milky Way rises high above in the night sky.

A heavy fog rolled into Wellington, New Zealand on the night of the May This image was captured from Wrights Hill overlooking the city as The Milky Way rises high above in the night sky.

Perfectly clear conditions and a night out photographing on the south coast of Wellington, New Zealand. The Milky Way was rising to the east, and waves were flowing throughout the tidal pools during my long exposures, producing a soft misty feel that looked rather like ground fog.

Perfectly clear conditions and a night out photographing on the south coast of Wellington, New Zealand. The Milky Way was rising to the east, and waves were flowing throughout the tidal pools during my long exposures, producing a soft misty feel that looked rather like ground fog.

17 March 2015 - Intense aurora activity in the southern hemisphere put on an amazing display tonight, and this was seen in many places where the aurora isn’t usually visible. I raced out to the south coast of Wellington, New Zealand to attempt to capture some of the action. There was a strong cold southerly wind blowing, and the aurora and night sky were often covered by clouds. But eventually, there was a break in the weather, and I was able to capture this image of the Aurora Australis…

17 March 2015 - Intense aurora activity in the southern hemisphere put on an amazing display tonight, and this was seen in many places where the aurora isn’t usually visible. I raced out to the south coast of Wellington, New Zealand to attempt to capture some of the action. There was a strong cold southerly wind blowing, and the aurora and night sky were often covered by clouds. But eventually, there was a break in the weather, and I was able to capture this image of the Aurora Australis…

I headed out to the Wellington South Coast in New Zealand to attempt to capture some of the recent aurora activity. The aurora wasn't visible to the naked eye, and the camera was only capturing a faint glow on the horizon, but I proceeded to set up a time-lapse. Within minutes, a huge meteor streaked across the sky burning up in the Earth's atmosphere, and fortunately for me, it was captured in one of the frames of my time-lapse. That certainly made up for the lack of aurora that night!

I headed out to the Wellington South Coast in New Zealand to attempt to capture some of the recent aurora activity. The aurora wasn't visible to the naked eye, and the camera was only capturing a faint glow on the horizon, but I proceeded to set up a time-lapse. Within minutes, a huge meteor streaked across the sky burning up in the Earth's atmosphere, and fortunately for me, it was captured in one of the frames of my time-lapse. That certainly made up for the lack of aurora that night!

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