Well we didn’t find any ghost but found amazing star filled sky above the the Sea.
The Right side horizon was lit with lights coming from Bali but the Left side horizon was so dark we couldn’t even see where the mountain ends & the sea starts & by the way we were at least 450 mtr above Sea lvl. 🙂
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Landmannalaugar, Iceland, 21.09.15
I´m extremely excited and happy about my cooperation with one of my favorite Landscape photographers in Iceland, the amazing Iurie Belegurschi ( http://ift.tt/Y9OaWK ) and his Photo Tour company http://ift.tt/1I2ylRE ! 🙂
I´m going to support Iurie and his international team of amazing Photographers as Guide for Photography Workshops in Iceland!
In February 2016 I will co-guide two Workshops together Edwin Martinez ( http://ift.tt/1ww2dBL ), Canon Brand Ambassador and maybe the most famous landscape photographer from the Philippines.
14.02. – 21.02.2016
21.02. – 28.02.2016
Winter Aurora Photo Workshop
I´m honored to work with such amazing and inspiring photographers and are really looking forward to this amazing expericence!
If you like to join our arctic adventure feel free to click on the links above 🙂
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Full Moon 15.48 days old, rise behind the ancient Temple of Poseidon,
This is the first Moon of July, capture on 2th July 2015 21:15(UT+3), the Moon was on the left hand(ρ1-Sgr) of Constellation of Sagittarius and it was 371645km (230929miles) away from us, and it was about 4° above the Ecliptic. While the Sun was at the opposite site just 6° under the horizon.
This year July has two full moons the second one is on 31th of July and it call it Blue Moon.
The Moon appears huge because of the telescopic illusion, the Temple was 1540m.(5052ft) away, while the photo shot by a 1000mm f7.7 Telescope.
According to Greek Mythology, Cape Sounion is the spot where Aegeus, king of Athens, leapt to his death off the cliff, thus giving his name to the Aegean Sea.
Archaeological finds on the site date from as early as 700 BC. Herodotus tells us that in the sixth century BC, the Athenians celebrated a quadrennial festival at Sounion, which involved Athens’ leaders sailing to the cape in a sacred boat.
Canon eos 700D
Takahashi TOA 130 APO of the Astronomical Society of Corfu
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