Jaxson Pohlman on Instagram: “| Pinnacle | At the start of 2016, my page had roughly 30k followers. And now we are so close to 100k. I cannot thank you all enough for…”
15.8k Likes, 235 Comments - Jaxson Pohlman (@jaxsonpohlmanphotography) on Instagram: “| Pinnacle | At the start of 2016, my page had roughly 30k followers. And now we are so close to…”
Astronomy Picture of the Day: 06/28/14 – The Milky Way & Solitary Geyser
This absolutely beautiful starscape, entitled “Solitary”, was captured by David Lane. The image was set over Solitary Geyser, which is located in Yellowstone National Park. Soaring above the Geyser are several Perseid meteors streaking through the sky. If you look closely, you can also see several satellite trails (two of them faintly cross paths). As […]
Nature Landscape Milky Way on Instagram: “Featured Artist today: @ph0tomatrix Congratulations! Follow to✨ founder: @marselkid Abstract art by admin @marselkid ⬅️ Check this out ➡️…”
1,964 Likes, 18 Comments - Nature Landscape Milky Way (@milkyway_tv) on Instagram: “Featured Artist today: @ph0tomatrix Congratulations! Follow to✨ founder: @marselkid Abstract art…”
The Milky Way Over Yellowstone is Impossibly Beautiful
These photographs of Yellowstone National Park by Dave Lane are so gorgeous it’s difficult to believe they’re from real life.
Lake Titicaca, Peru Lake Titicaca is traditionally a sacred place in Incan history. It is a beautiful lake at an elevation of 3800 meters high. It's close to other attractions, such as Macchu Picchu and the town of Cusco. Lake Titicaca is a good place to camp and backpack, and is a natural border between Peru and Bolivia. The average depth of the lake is about 350, which is really deep, and is 118 miles long, and 50 miles wide.
Red Aurora Borealis shine above a mountain peak at Hatcher Pass near Anchorage, Alaska. | Greg Hensel Photography
Red aurora over mountain at Hatcher Pass in the Matanuska Valley. Winter in Southcentral Alaska.
Photographer treks into Siberia for perfect shots of Northern Lights
Russian Ruslan Akhemtsafin trekked into the remote Far Eastern Siberian Taiga region to capture his images last week, and waited for several nights to take the perfect picture.