Interdimensional Travel with @igor_psypepper fractal creation & some 🎶 NEVER AGAIN 🎶
Luôn tìm kiếm ngôi sao phương Bắc.
Hồi xưa có đọc được đâu đó : tất cả đều lạc lối, có ai giỏi giả vờ hay tưởng mình không lạc thôi vì không ai biết mình sinh ra để làm gì và cần làm gì để sống.
Giờ mình nghĩ lại, có lẽ ai cũng có lúc tìm ra hướng đi rồi lại hoang mang, lòng vòng rồi lại tìm ra đường đi tiếp.
May mắn thay những ai có mất phương hướng vẫn tìm được ngôi sao phương Bắc cho mình
This painting started with my desire to use some colors I don’t normally like that peachy pinky shade. I didn’t really have a plan. Looking back I want to do a second painting and stop it while it’s still all pastels.
This is a great example of a painting starting to be over worked. I was trying to add the darker violet and it was getting textured and muddy. After drying the darker color when on easily. Sometimes you need to let a painting dry and try again on a new layer.
It’s been way too long since I painted a landscape like this. They are a favorite, but I haven’t devoted any energy towards them lately.
This video is sped up somewhere around 15x faster than in real life. Feel free to ask any questions!
Camping near the Mt. Shavano trailhead for the first 14er with @dr.bromkar. I'm convinced there was a bear outside our tent around midnight but Omkar insists it was just the rustling of the tent fabric from the wind. And yes, we captured our first ever picture of the Milky Way!
The last 4 years I’ve shot the Perseid meteor shower. I knew this year would be tricky as the moon set so late and I’d only have a 45-minute window the first morning of the peak. I decided to go anyway. This is me having fun with the moon before it set. Even with the brightness of the moon, I could still see meteors streaking across the sky - that’s how great of a show it was.
Check out my post from last week to see some meteors after moonset.
My first attempt at galaxy photography. I left my tripod at home thinking the cloud cover would be a problem. During this break in the clouds I used a rock to prop up my camera. Not bad for the conditions and makeshift equipment.
Engineers and astronauts conducted testing in a representative model of the Orion spacecraft at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston to gather the crew's feedback on the design of the docking hatch and on post-landing equipment operations. The testing, shown here with astronauts Stephanie Wilson, Karen Nyberg and Rick Mastracchio (L to R), was done to evaluate the equipment used during egress to ensure that a fully suited crew member carrying survival equipment can get out of the spacecraft through the docking hatch if necessary.
While the crew will primarily use the side hatch for entry and exit on Earth and the docking hatch to travel between Orion and a habitation module on long-duration deep space missions, the crew will need to be able to exit out of the docking hatch if wave heights in the Pacific Ocean upon splashdown are too high. The work is being done to help ensure all elements of Orion's design are safe and effective for the crew to use on future missions on the journey to Mars.
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