The longest and brightest solar eclipse of the 21st century! Next one is not expected until 2132.
Photo credit: Miloslav Druckmüller, Peter Aniol, Vojtech Rušin, Ĺubomír Klocok, Karel Martišek, Martin Dietzel
Art, music and travel are three favorite things of Matt Molloy, an Ontario-based photographer. He explores them in all kinds of different ways and has begun a experiment with timelapse sequences. By merging 100 to 400 photographs into one, Matt Molloy reveals the different colours of the sky and creates the painting-like photographs. Please visit artist’s Flickr or follow his Tumblr for more work.
Think you’re seeing double? Think again! These absolutely breathtaking photographs, seen on scene360 and illusion, show the stunning mirrored effect that happens when a panoramic cityscape sits on a body of water. Taken by various photographers, each image shows a unique skyline at different times of day, and captures the character of each city in its natural setting and inverse. Click through to see them all!
Hebil 157 Houses is a manifestation of this idea. Located in the North of Bodrum Peninsula, five unique villas are spread over five acres overlooking the tranquil panorama of Hebil Bay. Influenced by the site forces, size, geometry and orientation of the villas vary. All equally benefit from vast … read more
NASA captures stunning photos of gigantic hurricane whipping across Saturn’s North Pole
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has captured stunning views of a monster hurricane at Saturn’s North Pole. The eye is an enormous 2,000 kilometres across. That’s 20 times larger than the typical eye of a hurricane here on Earth. And it’s spinning super-fast. Clouds at the outer edge of the storm are whipping around at 530 kilometres per hour. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI)