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Moonset Reflections - On a very windy morning, I was able to create this moonset reflection on Pueblo Lake by keeping my shutter open for 30 seconds. I did not expect this photo to turn out with such a strong visual impact. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Paint Mines
- This small unique erosion area, 40 miles East of Colorado Springs, provides some great opportunities for colorful photographs. showcase, bringing you each month new images from talented photographers. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Composing the Omega Nebula Credit & Copyright: K. M. Merrill, 2.1-m Telescope, SQIID, KPNO, AURA, NOAO, NSF - Explanation: The Omega Nebula is a massive, complex cloud of dust and gas from which new stars are continually forming. The similarity to the Greek letter capital Omega gives the molecular cloud its popular name, but the nebula is also known as the Swan Nebula, the Horseshoe Nebula, and M17. Detailed features such as thin filaments of emission by diffuse dust and dark clouds of absorption by dense dust are visible in this recently released picture. The image highlights infrared light emitted by large molecules known as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), a gas similar to car exhaust that traces carbon and interstellar dust. PAHs may be an intermediate step between smaller molecules and large interstellar dust grains. The origin of PAHs is currently unknown but thought by some astronomers to form in the cool atmospheres of young carbon stars and to be dispersed by their stellar winds. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Fresh Snow in the Garden - Colorado is famous for its powder snow, which can make great photographs and interesting adventures. After hiking up a ridge in 25+ inches of new snow, I was rewarded with this beautiful Winter scene. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Apollo 17 Lunarscape: A Magnificent Desolation Credit: Apollo 17, NASA (Image scanned by Kipp Teague) Explanation: Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 11 Lunar Module pilot and the second human to walk on the Moon, described the lunar landscape as "a magnificent desolation". Dramatic pictures from the Apollo missions to the lunar surface testify to this apt turn of phrase. Near the Apollo 17 landing site, Family Mountain (center background) and the edge of South Massif (left) frame the lunarscape in this photo of astronaut Harrison Schmitt working alongside the lunar roving vehicle. Schmitt and fellow astronaut Eugene Cernan were the last to walk on this magnificent desolation. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Earth's San Andreas Fault Credit: SRTM, JPL, NASA - Explanation: The Earth's surface is broken. Cracks in the Earth's crust known as faults can run for hundreds of kilometers. These faults are frequently the sites of major earthquakes as the tectonic plates that cover the surface of the Earth shift. Pictured above is San Andreas Fault in California, one of the longest and most active faults. Visible as the linear feature to the right of the mountains, San Andreas Fault reaches 15 kilometers deep and is about 20 million years old. The above exaggerated-height image was created by combining radar deployed by the Space Shuttle Endeavor in February with a true-color Landsat picture. Along San Andreas Fault, the titanic Pacific Plate is shifting relative to the huge North American Plate by an average of a few centimeters per year. At that rate, in a few million years, the Earth's surface will look quite different than it does today. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Autumn Towers - And here's towering Aspen trees during Autumn. Along with the dense Scrub Oak, Aspen trees generate powerful Autumn color in Colorado. It is a pure joy to photograph these colorful trees against the brilliant blue skies. by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
The Circinus Galaxy Credit: Andrew S. Wilson (U. Maryland) et al., WFPC2, HST, NASA - Explanation: Powerful forces are at play in the nearby Circinus Galaxy. Hot gas, colored pink, is being ejected out of the spiral galaxy from the central region. Much of Circinus' tumultuous gas, however, is concentrated in two rings. The outer ring, located about 700 light-years from the center, appears mostly red and is home to tremendous bursts of star formation. A previously unseen inner ring, inside the green disk above, is visible only 130 light years from the center on this recently released, representative color image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. At the very center is an active galactic nucleus, where matter glows brightly before likely spiraling into a massive black hole. Although only 15 million light years distant, the Circinus Galaxy went unnoticed until 25 years ago because it is so obscured by material in the plane of our own Galaxy. The galaxy can be seen with a small telescope, however, in the constellation of Circinus. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Aspen Grove - You can not visit Colorado mountains without experiencing the famous Aspen tree. Photographing Aspen stands generates a lot of creativity and offers some wonderful photographs, especially during Autumn. This back-lit photograph of an Aspen grove shows you what unique trunks these trees have. by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Fog Amidst Pine - Finding this image in Colorado is quite simple, with the vast amounts of high elevation forests and low level clouds. Morning is always the best time to find these. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Kauai beach photo and movie of the landscape of Kauai. - Mark Barbanell - Kauai-beaches.
Palomar 13's Last Stand Credit: M. Siegel & S. Majewski (UVA), C. Gallart (Yale), K. Cudworth (Yerkes), M. Takamiya (Gemini), Las Campanas Observatory - Explanation: Globular star cluster Palomar 13 has roamed the halo of our Milky Way Galaxy for the last 12 billion years. The apparently sparse cluster of stars just left of center in this composite color digital image, it is one of the smallest, faintest globular clusters known. (The bright foreground star near bottom is unrelated and creates the spiky imaging artifacts.) Observations spanning forty years indicate that Palomar 13's galactic halo orbit is a highly eccentric one which, every one or two billion years, brings it relatively close to the galactic center. With each close approach to the Milky Way's central regions, gravitational tidal forces strip away the delicately bound cluster stars. In fact, detailed present day studies offer evidence for a dramatic end to this dwindling cluster's tidal tug of war. Palomar 13's latest close approach was only about 70 million years ago. But, when Palomar 13 again approaches the galaxy, it could well turn out to be the cluster's last stand. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Waterfall on the North Fork - While photographing remote areas around Crested Butte, I was blessed with many beautiful waterfalls and water cascades. This small waterfall is just a hint of the hundreds of waterfalls this state has to offer. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSAThe Orion Nebula in Hydrogen Credit & Copyright: Robert Gendler - Explanation: The Great Nebula in Orion can be found just below and to the left of the easily identifiable belt of three stars in the popular constellation Orion. This fuzzy patch, visible to the unaided eye, contains one of the closest stellar nurseries, lying at a distance of about 1500 light years. The above picture highlights red light emitted by the nebula's hydrogen gas. Dark dust filaments punctuate regions of this glowing hydrogen gas and reflect light from the nebula's brightest stars. Recent observations of the Orion Nebula by the Hubble Space Telescope have located solar-system sized regions that are thought to be planet-forming circumstellar disks. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Fire on Earth Credit: John McColgan (AFS, BLM) - Explanation: Sometimes, regions of planet Earth can be seen lit up with fire. Since fire is the rapid acquisition of oxygen, and since oxygen is a key indicator of life, fire on any planet would be an indicator of life on that planet. Most of the Earth's land has been scorched by fire at some time in the past. Although causing many a tragedy, fire is considered part of a natural ecosystem cycle. The year 2000 fire season in the continental United States has been one of the most active on record, burning an area similar in size to New Jersey. Large forest fires on Earth are usually caused by lightning and can be visible from orbit. Above, stunned Elk avoid a fire sweeping through Montana's Bitterroot Valley by standing in a river. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Marigold Dreams - One of my favorite subjects to photograph is flowers. I am fortunate to have Colorado's large collection of wildflowers. While working on my belly, in a large group of beautiful Marigold's, I was able to create this dreamy photograph. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Pikes Peak Sunrise Reflections - With Pikes Peak mountain being one of the most visited mountains in the U.S., it's sometimes difficult to find new perspectives and views of this mountain. I prefer these images of its North face. With snow and first light, this reflection shows the vast beauty of this popular mountain. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.
Cathedral Rock Reflections - Since Garden of the Gods is virtually my backyard, it's easy to make this place my most photographed area. During the Spring of 98, we received a tremendous amount of rain, along with flooding. After a large pond of water developed in the park, I was up every morning to photograph sunrise reflections. Essence of Colorado - by Brian D. Riebesell - PhotoTripUSA.

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