This is my first attempt at a timelapse sequence. This was shot from December 2010 to March 2011 in Iceland. When I started this project I was hoping to get more footage but the weather has been difficult, there has been a dense cloud cover here almost every day since last christmas. by Agust Ingvarsson
Why would a rising Sun look so strange? No one is yet sure. What is clear is that the above unusual sunrise was captured last month from Buenos Aires, Argentina. The body of water in the foreground is Rio de La Plata, considered by many to be the widest river in the world. Photographer Luis Argerich
A photo of clouds that look like a flaming Phoenix together with the Milky Way on September 24, 2011, in a place called ‘El Cerro del Hierro’ (The iron hill), an old iron mine located at the north of Seville, Spain. Photographer Felipe Gallego. via universetoday
Infrared Photography is capturing invisible light that shows incredible after effects. The infrared wavelengths usually ranges from 750-900nm. Your naked eye sees things as they naturally are, but just like radio waves, ultraviolet rays, gamma rays, and microscopic germs you eyes are blind to infrared.
Fungi are always fascinating, but the Ghost Fungus really stands out — especially at night. A chemical reaction between fungal enzymes and oxygen causes a ghostly, and quite powerful, luminescence. Photo by Harry and Robert Ashdown