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常盤公園(旭川市). . なんだね?. . 🌎:北海道 旭川市(Asahikawa Hokkaido japan). 📷:canon eos 5D mark2+canon EF 50mm f1.8 STM . #北海道 #旭川 #秋 #鳩 ーーーーーーーーーーーーーー #カメラ好きな人と繋がりたい #写真好きな人と繋がりたい #写真撮ってる人と繋がりたい #ファインダー越しの私の世界 #東京カメラ部 #北海道カメラ部 #札幌カメラ部 ーーーーーーーーーーー #さとpic #japan #Hokkaido #naturephotography #Autumn #animal ーーーーーーーーーーー #japantravelphoto #loves_nippon #igersjp #kf_gallery #bestjapanpics #YourShotPhotographer #art_of_japan_ ーーーーーーーーーーー #mycanonstory #canon #eos5D #canonphotos #EOS #my_eos_photo
Jewel Beetle! I got a shot of it apparently drinking water. They are really pretty and also really difficult to photograph. Their body are metallic making it extremely difficult to get a good exposure. I love the compound eyes of this beetle. As u can see in the first shot there is some pattern in it. . . . . . #nikon #NikonSG #NikonAsia #Nikon_Hunt #MyNIKKOR #passionpassport #Naturehub #macro_captures #igworldclub_macro #MacroClique #macrophotography #macro_perfection #macro_family #macro #beautiful_insects_japan #bns_macro #macro_highlight #macro_brilliance #Excellent_Macro #top_macro #asi_es_macro #WMS_MACRO #color_macro_world #arthropodsanonymous #pocket_macro #insect_of_our_world #arthropod_perfection #yourshotphotographer
Jaigarh Fort is situated on the promontory called the Cheel ka Teela (Hill of Eagles) of the Aravalli range; it overlooks the Amer Fort and the Maota Lake, near Amer in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. The fort was built by Jai Singh II in 1726 to protect the Amer Fort and its palace complex and was named after him. ----------------------- 🇮🇳जय हिंद... 🇮🇳जय जवान जय किसान... 🇮🇳भारत माता की जय.... . 🇮🇳 वन्दे मातरम्..... ----------------------- #yourshot_india #portrait_ig #maibhisadakchap #India #indiashout #ipphotography #indianphotography #proud #incredibleindiaofficial #oph #yourshotphotographer #photographers_of_india #storiesofindia #travelrealindia #dslrofficial #travelphotography #_coi #_hpics #_soi #indiatravelgram #indiatourism #everydayindia #travelindia #indiaig #indiaclicks @indiaview   @indian.photography @marathifc @maharashtra_desha   @insta_maharashtra @official_photography_hub @indiapictures @dslrofficial @streets.of.india @maharashtra_ig   @photographers.of.india  @yourshot_india  @_instaindia_ @india.clicks   @photographers.of.india @wanderers.of.india   @people_infinity_ @travelrealindia #jaigarh #jaigarhfort #jaipur #jaipurjewellery #fort
Beauty in the nature...
Hello to you too. Female Common Merganser on a warm summer evening. 📷 600mm | ISO 1600 | f/6.3 | 1/1250 #gooutside @bbcearth
Amazing photo 🙌 ❤ Turn on Push Notifications! Tag a car lover! Follow @clubofprestige for more! By: @askokuittinen / via: @ig_myshots / #clubofprestige DM for credits or removal
Primavera!!🌸🌷🍀🌻
Only 5 min inside the national park and we spotted the first proboscis monkeys, who came down the trees to check us out!
Mars and Airglow. This is going to be a slightly nerdy post. I have been fascinated by the colours of airglow that my camera has captured on this trip to Ladakh, and have been researching their origin! According to wikipedia, Airglow is caused by chemiluminescence in the atmosphere, which is essentially the release of light through chemical reaction. I wanted to know more, so over the last few days, I've been reading articles written by nasa scientists and other astronomy experts. It turns out, that there is a direct link between the Auroras seen around the north and south poles and the Airglow that I've saw. They are caused by the same phenomena! By the exact same chemical reactions! The green Airglow originates from electronic emission lines of Oxygen, between 90 to 100 km above sea level. Red can come from a different electronic emission line of Oxygen at altitudes of 150 to 300 km or from Hydroxyl molecules (OH) at altitudes around 90 km. Yellow Airglow comes from Sodium at 92 km. Cosmic rays and solar wind excite the atmosphere, causing these reactions at a very low intensities. They occur all around the globe. Around the poles, the magnetic field of our planet, traps electrons and protons from the solar wind, making these chemical reactions much more pronounced! This is the reason why Auroras are only seen around the north and south poles. In this image, the bright orange "star" on the top is actually Mars. The rising moon illuminates the snowy peaks while bands of green and faint red grace the star studded sky.
AAA Another Adventure Awaits Same path, different stories #upWeGo #hike
One day, you’ll look back and realize that you worried too much about the things that don’t really matter. 🤙🏻
“Autumn’s Gift” - Beautiful fall colors reflect in a still pond on a misty October morning. Acadia National Park, Maine.
El que no quiere a su patria no quiere a su madre 🎶
Puente Natural
Fluir
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