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746-91531 - Beekeepers near the mountain road from Jalal-Abad (Dzhalal-Abad, Djalal-Abat, Jalalabat) to mountain pass Urum Basch Ashuusu in the Tien Shan mountains or heavenly mountains in Kirghizia. Asia, central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
746-91530 - Beekeepers near the mountain road from Jalal-Abad (Dzhalal-Abad, Djalal-Abat, Jalalabat) to mountain pass Urum Basch Ashuusu in the Tien Shan mountains or heavenly mountains in Kirghizia. Asia, central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
746-91532 - Beekeepers near the mountain road from Jalal-Abad (Dzhalal-Abad, Djalal-Abat, Jalalabat) to mountain pass Urum Basch Ashuusu in the Tien Shan mountains or heavenly mountains in Kirghizia. Asia, central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
746-91529 - Beekeepers near the mountain road from Jalal-Abad (Dzhalal-Abad, Djalal-Abat, Jalalabat) to mountain pass Urum Basch Ashuusu in the Tien Shan mountains or heavenly mountains in Kirghizia. Asia, central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
1311-414 - Formation in Glen Canyon Recreation Area called Cove of the Winds, located within the New Wave near the Beehive Campground, Arizona, United States of America, North America
1350-80 - The Moon in total eclipse, on January 20, 2019, in a multiple exposure composite showing the Moon moving from right to left (west to east) through the Earth's umbral shadow.
1350-31 - Taken from Morant's Curve on Bow Valley Parkway in Banff National Park near Lake Louise, Alberta. Lone dot of light on distant mountain must be from Lake Agnes Tea House on Little Beehive Peak above Lake Louise.
1350-81 - The Moon in mid-total eclipse, on January 20, 2019, with it shining beside the Beehive star cluster, Messier 44, in Cancer. This was the unique sight at this eclipse as it can happen only during total lunar eclipses that occur in late January. There was one on January 31, 2018 but the next will not be until 2037.
1350-137 - A horizon-to-zenith panorama of the winter consellations on a March evening as they set into the southwest. Orion is at bottom centre, with his Belt pointing down to Canis Major and up to Taurus. Gemini and Auriga are at top, in this case near the zenith overhead. The bright star clusters, M44, the Beehive, (at left) and M45, the Pleiades, (at right) flank the Milky Way. M45 is embedded in the Zodiacal Light. The star clusters M35 in Gemini and M41 in Canis Major are also visible as diffuse spots, as are several other star clusters. A couple of satellite trails are visible.