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71443988 - View from the Rhine promenade in Koblenz over the Rhine to excursion boats and the Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, on the left the Pegelhaus, Upper Middle Rhine Valley, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
13900448 - A 360° panorama of the winter sky over Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, on February 28, 2017. The Milky Way arches across the sky from south (left) to northeast (right). The Zodiacal Light stretches up from the western horizon at centre. The Gegenschein is faintly visible above the horizon at far left in Leo.
13900392 - Orion and the Winter Milky Way over the grand old barn near home. Sirius and Canis Major are at left, Aldebaran and Taurus, with the Pleiades at upper right. A glow of Zodiacal Light shines to the west at right.
13899576 - The galactic core area of the Milky Way over Maskinonge Pond in Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. Jupiter is the bright object at left, with Saturn dimmer to the left (east) of Jupiter. In the summer of 2020 the two planets were close together in the summer sky. Jupiter provides the glitter path on the water. Antares and Scorpius are to the right. Sagittarius is at centre. This was July 13-14, 2020.
13899423 - The galactic core area of the Milky Way over Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta with the pairing of giant planets from summer 2020. Jupiter is the bright object at centre, with Saturn dimmer to the left (east) of Jupiter. In 2020 the two planets were close together in the summer sky. Sagittarius is at right. The Prince of Wales Hotel is the bright light source. This was July 13-14, 2020.
13899379 - This is a moonlit nightscape of the historic Hearst Church in Pinos Altos, New Mexico, at 7000 feet altitude (thus the name “High Pines”) and on the Continental Divide. In the sky above, the Big Dipper is at right, and Polaris is at left over the church.
13898833 - The Milky Way arching over Emerald Lake and Emerald Lake Lodge in Yoho National Park, BC. This was on June 6, 2016 and despite it being about 1:30 am, the sky, especially to the north at left, is still lit by blue twilight from the short solstice night.
13898568 - The fine colours of the aurora in the darkening twilight over Madeline Lake, near Yellowknife, September 7, 2019, with autumn colours on the trees on the far shore. The Big Dipper is at left.
13898290 - The summer Milky Way over and reflected in the relatively calm water of Pyramid Lake in Jasper National Park, on a mid-October night. The Jasper Sky Tram adds the lights on Whistler Peak. Bands of airglow tint the sky with red. Lights from the Jasper townsite, still mostly unshielded sodium vapour lights as of 2022, add the skyglow at left. Altair is the bright star at top. The red Lagoon Nebula is just setting behind the mountain skyline. The slight wind rippled the water enough to prevent a perfect reflection.
13898054 - The International Space Station (ISS) flying away to the east over the moonlit badlands formations at Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, on July 12, 2022, just before local midnight. The image frames the stars of Cassiopeia (upper left), Perseus (at left), Andromeda (centre) and Pegasus (at right). A couple of other fainter satellites are also in the image. Light from the almost Full Moon illuminates the sky blue and foreground a warm colour.
13897921 - Mars (near its brightest just past closest approach) shining over Two Jack Lake and Mr. Rundle in Banff National Park. Saturn is left of Mars near the trees, Antares below in the trees. This was June 3, 2016. Wind prevented reflections on the water.
13897522 - Sunset colours over White Sands National Monument, New Mexico, December 10, 2013. Venus is at left of centre. This is an HDR (High Dynamic Range) stack of 7 exposures at 2/3 stop increments from -2 to +2 EV, processed first with ACR then with Photomatix Pro. Images taken with the 14mm Rokinon lens at f/4 and Canon 5D MkII at ISO 100. While colour vibrancy has been enhanced the colours to the eye were quite vivid. The HDR technique brings out details in the dark ground while preserving the bright sky.
13897514 - The Milky Way over Herbert Lake, Banff, Alberta, near Lake Louise. Mount Temple is glacier-clad peak at left. A single exposure of 40 seconds at f/2.8 with 16-35mm lens and Canon 5D MkII at ISO 1600. No Moon, and taken in late twilight.
13900317 - A faint aurora glowing over the harvest in progress this night, with trucks and combines lighting the field at left, and the Harvest Moon itself - actually three days after Full Moon - lighting the scene at right. The combination of lighting from manmade and natural sources makes for an interesting illumination on the grain bins. The Big Dipper is left of centre, pointing down to Arcturus at far left, and Perseus is at right. The Pleiades are just rising over the far right bins.
13900092 - An overhead pass of the International Space Station in a bright moonlit sky on the night of May 31/ June 1, 2015, with the gibbous Moon in to the south, below. The view is looking south, with the ISS travelling from right (west) to left (east) over several minutes. This was the second pass of a 4-pass night, May 31/June 1, starting at 12:44 am MDT this morning.
13900083 - A 360° panorama of the spring sky over the Badlands of Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, on March 29, 2019, with the winter Milky Way and constellations setting at centre, and the spring constellations filling the sky at left and right. At centre is also the tapering pyramid-shaped glow of the Zodiacal Light, which continues to the left across the sky as the Zodiacal Band and brightening at far right above the horizon as the Gegenschein. Urban sky glows from Brooks and Calgary mar the horizon with white and yellow glows. Mars is just below the Pleiades at centre in the Zodiacal Light.
13900025 - The rising autumn stars and constellations over and reflected in the lake at Police Outpost Provincial Park, in southern Alberta, on September 26, 2016. The stars of Auriga and Taurus are rising, including the Pleiades at upper right. Capella is the bright star above right centre; Aldebaran is below right in the sky. Both are reflected in the still water, along with the Hyades and Pleiades star clusters. A mild aurora is at left.
13899973 - Bright planets Mars (reddish at left) and Jupiter (right, over Bow Glacier) over Bow Lake, in Banff, Alberta, and reflecting in the water in glitter paths on the lake.
13899971 - An arc of Northern Lights appears in the evening twilight over Prelude Lake near Yellowknife, NWT, on September 9, 2019. The Big Dipper is at left. Capella is at right.
13899634 - The Milky Way and galactic core area over Mount Andromeda (centre), Mount Athabasca (left) and the Athabasca Glacier (right) at the Columbia Icefields, on a very clear night July 27, 2020.
13899184 - The stars setting into the west over the Columbia Icefields and Athasbasca (left) and Stutfield (right) glaciers, and Snowdome peak. I shot this Sept 6 under very clear skies and a bright waxing gibbous Moon off frame at left. I shot this from the moraine at the upper parking lot.
13899127 - A blend of images to show the stars of the southern sky moving from east to west (left to right) over the peaks of the Continental Divide at Herbert Lake near Lake Louise, in Banff, Alberta. The main peak at left is Mount Temple.
13898308 - The stars of Ursa Major, the Great Bear, over the waters of Peyto Lake, Banff, in deep twilight. Arcturus in Böotes, the Bear Driver, is setting over the peak at left. Ursa Major contains the seven stars that make up the Big Dipper, aka the Plough or the Wagon. This was October 13, 2022 on a very clear night in the Rocky Mountains.
13897956 - Gibbous Moon over Banff townsite, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Taken July 29, 2012 with Canon 7D and 10-22mm lens at ISO 100, f/6.3 and metered. Taken in twilight. Peak is left is Mt. Rundle. Taken from Mt. Norquay viewpoint overlooking town looking south.
13897516 - The last rays of the setting Sun catch the peaks around the Columbia Icefields in Jasper National Park, Alberta, on July 27, 2020. The waxing quarter Moon shines over Mount Andromeda and sunlight illuminates the glacier on Mount Athabasca at left. The famous Athabasca Glacier itself is at centre. Snow Dome Glacier is at right. The meltwater lake in the middle distance is Sunwapta Lake.
13900385 - The Big Dipper (at right) trailing over Pyramid Mountain in Jasper National Park, on a moonlit night on October 24/25, 2015. An Iridium satellite, in fact two following each other on the same path, streak at left.
13900174 - Mars (at left in clouds) and the summer Milky Way over Lake Herbert and reflected in the still waters this night. This is in Banff National Park, Alberta. I shot this July 17, 2018 on a night that gradually clouded up, after a run of two very good nights previous to this.
13899985 - The Milky Way over Athabasca Glacier and the Columbia Icefields in Jasper National Park, Sept 14, 2014 on a very clear night before moonrise. The centre of the Galaxy area in Sagittarius is setting in the southwest behind the Icefields. The foreground light on the moraines is wash from lights on the Glacier View Inn and Icefields Centre. Other ground illumination on the peaks is from starlight though the tops of the peaks are just being lit by light from the rising waning Moon which is also beginning to light the sky a deep blue. Mt. Andromeda is at left. The Summer Triangle stars are at centr
13899356 - A pass of the International Space Station in the brightening twilight of dawn, on the morning of June 1, 2015, with the gibbous Moon setting to the southwest at right. The view is looking south, with the ISS travelling from right (west) to left (southeast) over several minutes. This was the last pass of a 4-pass night, May 31/June 1, starting at 3:55 am MDT this morning.
13899169 - The Milky Way over Maskinonge Lake at Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, Canada, on June 17/18, 2018. This was an unusually calm night, allowing the reflections of the stars in the lake waters. Jupiter is in Libra at far right. Saturn is Sagittarius in the Milky Way at left of centre. Scorpius is in between. The sky is deep blue from solstice twilight.
13898744 - The aurora of February 9, 2014 seen from Churchill, Manitoba at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, in a view looking northwest from the main building over the trees, with the 10-22mm lens. This is a 10-second exposure at f/4 and ISO 800 with the Canon 60Da. Moonlight lights the landscape. Cassiopeia is at upper left.
13898062 - The Columbia Icefields and Athabasca Glacier in Jasper National Park, just before the waning Moon rose over the mountains to light the foreground, but as it was already lighting the peaks around the Icefields. The Milky Way is fading into the blue sky of a moonlit night. The Moon is rising just left of centre below the Pleiades cluster. The Big Dipper is at far left to the north.
71437809 - Pipe Creek Area with Pipe Cay (front left), Joe Cay, Thomas Cay, Over Yonder Cay and Sampson Cay Retreat, Exuma Cays, Bahamas
13900598 - The aurora borealis, the Northern Lights, on Feb 21, 2015, from tne Churchill Northern Studies Centre, Churchill, Manitoba, This is looking north with an ultrawide 15mm lens taking in about half the sky from west (left) to east (right) and with the zenith near the top. This is a 15-second exposure at f/2.8 and ISO 3200 with the Canon 6D camera. This frame is part of a 360-frame time lapse taken over 1.5 hours.
13900436 - The Northern Lights over the village of Skjervøy on the northern coast of Norway north of Tromsø. Taken from the deck of the Hurtigruten ship the ms Trollfjord while in port, March 2, 2019. Looking west with Cassiopeia at right and the Pleiades at left.
13900142 - The summer Milky Way in Cygnus, with the Summer Triangle stars rising over the Hoodoos formations on Highway 10 near Drumheller, Alberta. A low-level aurora display tints the sky magenta and blue at left, making for an unusually colourful sky. The bright stars are: Vega is at top, Deneb at centre and Altair at bottom right.
13899978 - A flower-filled meadow at the Hay Barn Road at Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta, with the summer Milky Way and Mars to the south over Waterton Valley and Vimy Peak at left.
13899639 - A vertical panorama of the summer Milky Way over the observing field at the Saskatchewan Summer Star Party, held in Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park in southwest Saskatchewan, Canada, at a latitude 49° N. The Park is a Dark Sky Preserve. This was August 26, 2022 on a perfect night of stargazing under very clear skies. The Milky Way extends from Sagittarius near the horizon, to Cygnus nearly overhead at this time, so a vertical sweep of 90°. I've left the satellite trails in for this scene.
13899237 - The constellation of Andromeda, with Cassiopeia at upper left, and Pegasus at right, rising over moonlit formations at Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta. Illumination is from the waxing gibbous Moon, low in the southwest so it is providing a warm light. The faint (in the moonlit sky) fuzzy patch of the Andromeda Galaxy, Messier 31, is visible at centre.
13899054 - A panorama of Lake Edith in Jasper National Park, Alberta, on a calm autumn night, looking north to the stars of Ursa Major, the Great Bear, and the Big Dipper in deep twilight. Arcturus is at far left setting in the northwest over Pyramid Mountain, while Capella in Auriga and the stars of Perseus are rising at right in the northeast. This was on a mid-October night when the Big Dipper rides low in the northern sky from this latitude of 53° N.
13898992 - The northern circumpolar sky with the Big Dipper at right rising, and Deneb in Cygnus and Vega in Lyra at left settting, over the moonlit badland hills of Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, on November 27, 2017. The Dipper points up to Polaris and the Little Dipper. The Moon was a day past first quarter. Polaris and the Little Dipper are at centre, so this is looking north to the circumpolar sky.
13898911 - Scorpius rising over a telescope and observers at the annual OzSky Star Party in Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia on April 5, 2016. Mars is the bright reddish object outshining Antares and to the left of Antares. Saturn is below Mars above the trees.
13898535 - The constellation of Ursa Major, the Great Bear, and the asterism of the Big Dipper low in the north over Lake Edith in Jasper National Park, on a clear autumn night. Arcturus is at left setting over Pyramid Mountain.
13898436 - An arc of a Kp-5 aurora over a wheatfield from home in southern Alberta. The panorama takes in the northern stars, from the Big Dipper and Ursa Major at left, to the W of Cassiopeia at top right of centre, with Perseus below Cassiopeia, and Andromeda and Pegasus at right. Moonlight from the waxing gibbous Moon low in the southwest illuminates the scene. Jupiter is rising at far right low in the southeast. This was taken when the display was at its most active. An hour later as it was fading STEVE appeared in a fabulous show.
13898326 - The Full Moon rising on December 22, 2018, the day after the winter solstice, in a perfectly clear sky and over the distant horizon to the northeast over the snow-covered prairie. Some cows are grazing at left! The top edge of the Moon has a green rim and the bottom edge a red rim, from atmospheric refraction. But it made for a Christmas-coloured Moon ornament on the horizon! The dark lunar mare and even the bright rays splashing from Tycho at bottom are visible.
13898171 - The northern autumn constellations of Pegasus (partially seen at right), Andromeda (across the centre), Perseus (at lower left) and Cassiopeia (at upper left) rising over moonlit formations at Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta. Illumination is from the waxing gibbous Moon, setting in the southwest so it is providing a warm "bronze-hour" light. The Andromeda Galaxy, M31, is at centre. The star clusters NGC 752, M34 and the Double Cluster are at left, as well as the Perseus OB Association of stars. Some of the small star clusters in Cassiopeia are resolved as well.
13897758 - A band of subtly coloured aurora over the snowy trees of the northern boreal forest, Churchill, Manitoba. This was Feb 9/10, 2019. Cassiopeia is at left. This is looking north.
71436400 - Swallows fly over the village of Loutraki on the southwestern tip of Skopelos island at sunset, with the island of Tsougkrias (left) and Skiathos in the background, Northern Sporades, Greece
13900244 - Mars (at left) and the galactic centre area of the summer Milky Way low over the southern horizon at Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, Alberta, on June 8/9, 2018. Sagittarus is at centre, with Scorpius at right. The Messier 6 and 7 open star clusters are just above the horizon at centre, just right of the Sweetgrass Hills on the horizon in Montana.
13899777 - Circumpolar star trails at dawn over the historic Butala homestead at the Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area in southwest Saskatchewan, taken May 2015. This is a stack of 70 frames from a larger time-lapse sequence, from the start of the sequence in the dusk twilight, with some aurora active and adding green and magenta to the sky. Cassiopeia is at left over the house.
13899449 - Mars (at left) and the Milky Way (at right) over a single tipi (with another under construction at back) at the Two Trees site at Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan, August 6, 2018. I placed a low-level warm LED light inside the tipi for the illumination.
13898995 - The field of clusters and nebulosity in Gemini, with Messier 35 the main open star clusters here. Below M38 is NGC 2158. The nebulosity at left between Mu and Eta Geminorum is IC 443, a supernova remnant, aka the Jellyfish Nebula. The nebula at bottom is IC 2174, just over the border in Orion and aka the Monkeyhead Nebula.
13898975 - The stars of the Big Dipper at left and the W of Cassiopeia at right over a silhouette of trees in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Saskatchewan. Polaris and the Little Dipper are at centre. This serves to illustrate the location of these northern stars in late summer and autumn. The Andromeda Galaxy is at upper right, with a short meteor trail below it.
13898781 - Mars (bottom) and Saturn in conjunction at right, and the Milky Way at left, in deep blue twilight before the sky got filly dark, over the old corral of the 76 Ranch, in Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan, August 27/28, 2014. Antares and Scorpius are just behind the corral gate at right, Sagittarius is at left in the Milky Way. M6 and M7 open cluster are visible at left.
13898133 - The Big Dipper and Arcturus (at left) over a single tipi at the Two Trees site at Grasslands National Park, Saskatchewan, August 6, 2018.
71443868 - View over the Blumenhof to the Deutschherrenhaus, today's Museum Ludwig, on the left the ruins of the late Gothic chapel of the Teutonic Order, Koblenz, Upper Middle Rhine Valley, Rhineland-Palatinate Germany
13900148 - A panorama of the northern stars in autumn over and reflected in the calm waters of Lake Edith in Jasper National Park, in the deep twilight. The Big Dipper and Ursa Major are at left, with Arcturus over Pyramid Mountain at far left. Capella is rising at right, and above it are the stars of Perseus and Cassiopeia. This was on a very clear mid-October night in 2022.
13899645 - Jupiter (brightest), Saturn (to the left), and the Milky Way over the Saskatchewan River and the area of Howse Pass, on July 26, 2020. Mount Cephren is at left; the scene is framed to include Cephren. The nebulas and star clouds of the galactic centre area at right show up well on this very clear night. The bright Small Sagittarius Starcloud, aka M24, is most obvious, flanked by the star clusters M23 and M25 to the side, and the nebulas M17 and M16 above, and M8 and M20 below. The fuzzy globular cluster M22 is to the left of the large Lagoon Nebula, M8. Green airglow tints the sky.
13899622 - Swirls of auroral curtains over Båtsfjord, Norway while we were in port on the southbound portion of the Hurtigruten coastal cruise on the ms Trollfjord. This was March 1, 2019. The stars of Taurus and the Pleiades are at left; Cassiopeia at upper right.
13899521 - An urban nightscape of the constellations of Orion and Canis Major over the skyline of Calgary on January 18, 2018, on a very clear and moonless winter night, allowing stars to show up fairly well despite the light pollution. Sirius is above the Bow Tower building at left.
13899299 - A composite of about 280 images, taken with the Canon 60Da and 10-22mm lens at 17mm, at Bow Lake in Banff, Alberta showing star trails across the sky looking west. Illumination is from the waning gibbous Moon over frame to the left Moon. Each image was 45 seconds, taken at 1s intervals at ISO 1250 and at f/4.5. Stacked in Photoshop using Chris Schur's Photoshop Action.
13899070 - Orion and the winter sky with Venus, setting into the western twilight, over Turret Arch in Arches National Park, Utah, on April 6, 2015. Venus is the bright object at right under the Pleaides. Sirius is the bright star at left, with Procyon the bright star ar top left.
13898884 - Orion and the winter sky, at left, and a swirl of colourful aurora over the Churchill Northern Studies Centre, in a display on February 11, 2018. People from the first Learning Vacations group of the season are shooting the Lights.
13898023 - Circumpolar star trails over the historic but sadly neglected St. Anthony’s Church between Bow Island and Etzikom, Alberta. The Big Dipper is at left, Polaris at top. The Roman Catholic church was built in 1911 by English, Russian German immigrants. It served a dwindling congregation until 1991 when it closed. At that time workers found a time capsule from 1915 with names of the priest and parisioners of the day. In summer of 2014 the Church suffered its latest indignity when the iron cross on its steeple tower was stolen. It was there when I stopped at this Church on a site scouting trip in M
13897445 - The galactic centre region of the Milky Way in Sagittarius and Scorpius, over the upper field of the Texas Star Party, near Fort Davis, Texas, May 13, 2015. About 600 people gather here each spring for a star party under very dark skies near the MacDonald Observatory. Sagittarius is left of centre and Scorpius is right of centre with the planet Saturn the bright object at the top edge right of centre. The dark lanes of the Dark Horse and Pipe Nebula areas lead from the Milky Way to the stars of Scorpius, including Antares. The semi-circular Corona Australis is just clearing the hilltop at left
71416052 - View from the Olympic Tower over Schwabing, in the background the Ludwigskirche on Leopoldstrasse and to the left the English Garden, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany
71388286 - View over the Old Port, left of the Tour du Roi René, part of Fort Saint-Jean, Marseille, Bouches-du-Rhone, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, Provence, France
71354759 - Sunset over Johnsbach, Admonter Kaibling, Sparafeld and Admonter Reichenstein (from left) in the background.
71337688 - Airplane with long, thin and swirling contrails over cloud layer in a left turn
70304914 - View over the Rhine river towards the „double“ town of Laufenburg, which is connected by a bridge across the Rhine river; left: Laufenburg, High Rhine, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg, Germany; middle and right: Laufenburg, High Rhine, Canton Aargau, Swit
70062917 - View from plane over Andes, on the left Argentina, on the right Chile, South America
70429661 - A colorful sunset over the canals of the old city of Ghent in Flanders with the historic gabled houses of Graselei (left) and Korenlei (right), Belgium
70429671 - View over the picturesque port of Honfleur situated on the left bank of the Seine, Normandy, France
70067129 - View over the old town of Tallinn. From the left to the right: Langer Hermann-tower, Alexander-Newski-Cathedral, Olaichurch and Nikolaichurch, Tallinn, Estonia
70429626 - Vast panorama of the snow-covered North West Highlands overlooking the summits of Sgurr Dubh, Liathach and Beinn Eighe (from left) over the Loch Clair in winter, Scotland, United Kingdom
71074139 - High Camp, Base Camp on 4900 m next to the stream Labse Khola on the way from Nar over Teri Tal to Mustang with views of Khumjungar Himal left (6759 m) and Yuri Peak on the right (6130 m), Nepal, Himalaya, Asia
71019316 - Moon over Piz Sarsura (right hand, 3178 m) and Piz Sarsura-Pitschen (left hand, 3134 m), Grisons, Switzerland, Europe
70435541 - Vast panorama of the snow-covered North West Highlands overlooking the summits of Sgurr Dubh, Liathach and Beinn Eighe (from left) over the Loch Clair in Winter at sunrise, Torridon, Scotland, United Kingdom
00290639 - View over vineyard towards Burrweiler (left), Pfalz, Germany
71091953 - Sunrise over the foremost Lofoten island Moskenesøy with the illuminated peaks of Hermannsdalstinden (1029 m, right) and Ertenhelltinden (940 m, left) and their reflection in a small mountain lake, Lofoten, Norway, Scandinavia
70994905 - View from the church of St. Petri over the old town of Riga, town hall square on the left, cathedral, Daugava river, Vansu Tilts bridge, old town, Riga, Latvia
70429703 - View above the imposing Pers Glacier in the blue light of the incipient night with first stars showing up over the summits of Piz Trovat (3146 m), Piz Cambrena (3602 m), Piz Palu (3901 m), Piz Zupo (3996 m) and Piz Bernina (4048 m) (from left), Engadin, S
71091952 - Sunrise over the foremost Lofoten island Moskenesøy with the illuminated peaks of Hermannsdalstinden (1029 m, right) and Ertenhelltinden (940 m, left) and their reflection in a small mountain lake, Lofoten, Norway, Scandinavia
70429699 - View over the misty Bernina valley to the illuminated peaks of Piz Languard and Piz Muragl on the left and Piz Albris right, Engadin, Switzerland
70423362 - Stream flowing over sulphur deposits left by the Vacas River, Puente del Inca, Mendoza, Argentina
70062907 - View from airplane over Andes, on the right Chile, on the left Argentina, South America
71074144 - High Camp, Base Camp on 4900 m next to the stream Labse Khola on the way from Nar over Teri Tal to Mustang with views of Khumjungar Himal left (6759 m) and Yuri Peak on the right (6130 m), Nepal, Himalaya, Asia
71074140 - High Camp, Base Camp on 4900 m next to the stream Labse Khola on the way from Nar over Teri Tal to Mustang with views of Khumjungar Himal left (6759 m) and Yuri Peak on the right (6130 m), Nepal, Himalaya, Asia
71056397 - View over the frozen river Main at Untereisenheim left und Fahr right, Winter, Unterfranken, Bavaria, Germany, Europe
71131364 - Panoramic view of the Ponte dell'Accademia over the Grand Canal at sunrise, the Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti left, the Palazzo Contarini Polignac right and the church of Santa Maria della Salute in the background, Dorsoduro, Venice, Veneto, Italy
71131326 - View from Castel San Pietro over the oldtown of Verona with the towers of the church Santa Anastasia (right) and the Torre dei Lamberti (left) on the Adige, Veneto, Italy
71131325 - Panoramic view from the Ponte dell'Accademia over the Grand Canal with illuminated houses, the Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti left, the Palazzo Contarini Polignac right and the church of Santa Maria della Salute in the background in the blue of the night, Dor
71091973 - Panorama from the summit of Segla to the island of Senja with over 1000m high mountains on Øyfjorden (left) and Mefjorden (right) in the last evening light, Fylke Troms, Norway, Scandinavia
71021657 - View over vineyards in Waldboeckelheim with Protestant church (left) and Catholic church (right), Administrative district of Bad Kreuznach, Region of Nahe-Hunsrueck, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, Europe
71018168 - Low layer of clouds over the summits before sunrise, from left to right, Hinderi Spillgerte, Giferspitz, Ladholzhore and Albristhorn, Bernese Alps, canton of Bern, Switzerland
70221565 - View over Canal Grande with Palazzo dei Camerlenghi on the left, in the background Chiesasi San Giovanni Grisostomo, Venice, Italy, Europe
70034970 - View over Rome, Monumente Vittorio, Emanuele II left, Capitole middle, , Rome, Italy
71131330 - Wide view from Castel San Pietro over the nightly city of Verona with the towers of the church Santa Anastasia (right) and the Torre dei Lamberti (left) on the Adige, Veneto, Italy
71091955 - Sunrise over the foremost Lofoten island Moskenesøy with the illuminated peaks of Hermannsdalstinden (1029 m, right) and Ertenhelltinden (940 m, left) and their reflection in a small mountain lake, Lofoten, Norway, Scandinavia