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An Airplane in Front of the MoonCredit & Copyright: Chris Thomas... in the words of the photographer, "a nerve of steel".
I think it's an image of the moon at night which has had the black sky replaced with dark blue to simulate a day moon, (but someone forgot to give the moon a blue tint). The NASA boffins should have spotted this ringer,
he is threatening to put the original raw file on web - this would allow much more detailed checking.
He claimed he waited to press shutter (or in fact release cable shutter control) and has been waiting for opportunity for weeks. here are two of his posts nightsky forum postice in space forum
A Sheepy in Front of the MoonCredit & Copyright: RD[attachment=13062]Bonafide Doctored photo !
... How this particular rock acquired its shape and how it was placed in its current position is a mystery.
Hubble's LagoonCredit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Space TelescopeLike brush strokes on a canvas, ridges of color seem to flow across this scene.
These color-coded images are the combination of individual exposures taken in July and September, 1995 with Hubble’s Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) through three narrow-band filters (red light — ionized sulphur atoms, blue light — double ionized oxygen atoms, green light — ionized hydrogen).
How is this s#!@t possible?!
Hello Sheepy - good to see ewe posting. Pictures of fungi are wasted on me - no matter whether deadly poisonous or not I just cannot help thinking of butter, garlic and hot toast when I see a mushroom
You silly old sheepy, that's no cloud, its the alliens, they're here and they're coming to get ewe...
Most unusual and very beautiful, sheepy. It looks almost as if a red narrow beam spot lamp has been directed from ground level into the clouds. Rick was lucky to have been in the right place at the right time.