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832-393231 - Medieval old town, Cite de Carcassonne fortress, UNESCO World Heritage Site, seen from the Belvedere d'Auriac rest area on the A61 motorway, Aude department, Occitanie region, southern France, France, Europe
1350-91 - A telescopic closeup of Comet Lovejoy (C/2014 Q2) on January 19, 2015. I shot this from near Silver City, New Mexico, using a TMB 92mm apo refractor at f/4.4 and using a Canon 6D at ISO 1600 for a stack of 4 x 5 minute exposures. The ion tail is primarily from a single exposure to minimize blurring from the comet's motion relative to the stars. The rest of the image is from the stacked combination to minimize noise.
1350-1763 - Portrait of Widow, in Ma Dham ashram for Widows of the NGO Guild for Service, the NGO proposes at widows to wear colorful clothes, Vrindavan, Mathura district, India
860-288878 - Black water and Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) of Lenmakana lake. This lake is isolated from the rest of the ocean by ramparts several tens of meters high. It is connected to the ocean by terrestrial channels but it prevents the entry and exit of living organisms. These jellyfish have therefore found refuge in what is for them a haven of peace. They have proliferated to reach millions of people. Misool, Rajat Ampat, Indonesia
860-288880 - Flying Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) of Lenmakana lake. This lake is isolated from the rest of the ocean by ramparts several tens of meters high. It is connected to the ocean by terrestrial channels but it prevents the entry and exit of living organisms. These jellyfish have therefore found refuge in what is for them a haven of peace. They have proliferated to reach millions of people. Misool, Rajat Ampat, Indonesia
860-288879 - Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) of Lenmakana lake. This lake is isolated from the rest of the ocean by ramparts several tens of meters high. It is connected to the ocean by terrestrial channels but it prevents the entry and exit of living organisms. These jellyfish have therefore found refuge in what is for them a haven of peace. They have proliferated to reach millions of people. Misool, Rajat Ampat, Indonesia