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bobbycaputo:

How Photographer Mike Mezeul II Shot the Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse Rising Over a Flowery Field

Over the past few years, I’ve become overly obsessed with photographing the night sky, so when I saw that we were going to be able to see the lunar eclipse on April 15, I knew I had to shoot it. I had been planning this shot for about two weeks before Tuesday morning.With every lunar eclipse that occurs, my social media feeds blow up with shots of the moon, but they all seem to be extremely tight compositions. Don’t get me wrong, they are great shots for detail, but I’ve always felt they lacked a bit of… “life.”
With that said, I knew that I wanted to create a composition that not only showed the amazing eclipse, but tied in an incredible foreground as well. I mean, why not include the Earth? We are kind of the reason for the lunar eclipse, right?

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expressions-of-nature:

Scarlet Dawn | Lizaveta
minuty:

By aleksivic

a big step from the conformity of society’s expectations of the route of success, and my dream will come true, but do i truly have the courage to take that leap?

smartsweetsexy:

Sun☀️🌾🌻 on We Heart It.
travelingcolors:

Vasco da Gama Bridge, Lisbon | Portugal (by Carlos Resende)
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It’s a marvelous thing, the ocean. For some reason when two people sit together looking out at it, they stop caring whether they talk or stay silent. You never get tired of watching it. And no matter how rough the waves get, you’re never bothered by the noise the water makes by the commotion of the surface - it never seems too loud, or too wild.

-Banana Yoshimoto, Goodbye Tsugumi (via calmingcalamity)

phototoartguy:

The sun sets on the savannah after six days of constant rain - creating a radiant pink cloud above a small herd of giraffe in the Okavango Delta, Botswana
Picture: Michael Poliza/Barcroft India