Alejandro Guijarro photographs the chalkboards of some of the brightest minds in quantum physics for his continuing series Momentum. He went to research facilities like CERN and many of the top universities in the world to find them.
From the photographer on reddit: its a composite image of 7 photos taken with 15 second exposure on each. and like “kevyB” posted, the shoreline was post-processed in photoshop. EDIT: also “biga29” was correct in stating that there was a Type of tripod used to rotate opposite of the earth’s rotation, to cancel out the star trails.
“We all live under the same sky, but we don’t all have the same horizon” –Konrad Adenauer.
Horizons is a landscape photography exhibition composed of images with a strong central vanishing point in common. The intention of the project is to capture the infinity of ways, the beauty of variety and the fortune of being able to choose.
Carried out by Marta Cascales Alimbau (pianist and composer) and Carla Cascales Alimbau (graphic designer and illustrator). Born in Barcelona, we are two sisters who, attracted to any kind of artistic expression, have found in photography a way of transmitting our view of the world.
The Richat Structure, also known as the Eye of the Sahara and Guelb er Richat, is a prominent circular feature in the Sahara desert of west–central Mauritania near Ouadane. This structure is a deeply eroded, slightly elliptical, 40-km in diameter, dome. The sedimentary rock exposed in this dome range in age from Late Proterozoic within the center of the dome to Ordovician sandstone around its edges.
Some of Smithsonian Photo Contest’s Natural World 2012 finalists. Voting ends today for the Reader’s Choice winner, so head over now if you want to vote for one of these photos, or any of the other worthy finalists.