Day 123. As winter slowly makes its way to spring, August promises to be another month of photography growth.
A latest study has suggested that our planet is not the sole planet in the solar system with aurora [australis], or Southern Lights. It turned out that the Gas Giant Jupiter also possesses a similar phenomenon. The X-ray aurora on Jupiter is “hundreds of times more energetic” and “eight times brighter” than the phenomenon seen on Earth. Researchers said that they are, in fact, bigger than the Earth’s entire surface area.
150/365 | Middle Chasm Falls, Meander
149/365 | Wow! Cloud flume at sunset.
148/365 | Aurora Australis viewed from Elizabeth Town.
139/365 | Up Warners Track in Jackeys Marsh during a significant snow event.
135/365 | Vaudeville Play rehearsals at the Little Theatre
134/365 | Sunday.
132/365 | Even weeds can have a pretty flower.
128/365 | We’ve had a bit of the wet stuff.
Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather.
124/365 | Deloraine Police Station, built on a morgue and with its own resident ghost (they say).
123/365 | I photograph because things change constantly. A few weeks after i took this photo, these lights were gone.