Collection by Tiffany Bieber


Astrophotography pictures I like from other people

Tiffany Bieber
Faces painstakingly scratched into the surfaces of walls in Shanghai, by Vhils (Alexandre Farto). Watch the trailer for the film about Vhils' Shanghai, Trip Hop, Banksy, Pompidou Paris, Urban Intervention, London Art, Street Art Graffiti, Street Artists, Public Art

Vhils in Shanghai — unurth

And a teaser of a longer film that will document Vhils' experience in China: Vhils was in Shanghai for a...

Sandhill Cranes, taking flight in a full moon - Pixdaus + Harvest Moon + Photograph + Nature + Black and Orange. Lune Orange, Orange Moon, Orange Orange, Beautiful Moon, Beautiful Scenery, Orange Aesthetic, Orange You Glad, Sun And Stars, Harvest Moon

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The perfectly picturesque spiral galaxy known as Messier or NGC Bode’s Nebula, looks sharp in this new composite from NASA's Spitzer and Hubble space telescopes and NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer. Cosmos, Portal, Spiral Galaxy, Hubble Space Telescope, After Life, To Infinity And Beyond, Milky Way, Night Skies, Science Nature

Look Up! How to See the Moon's 'Dark Side' Tonight

Skywatchers can observe prominent craters on the moon Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

Philip Hart Solid-Faced Canvas Print Wall Art Print entitled Star trails over bioluminescence in waves on the shores of the Gippsland Lakes Australia Long Exposure Photos, Ingo Maurer, Star Trails, A Course In Miracles, Digital Photography School, Thing 1, Image Of The Day, Light Painting, Science Nature

Night over Australia

Phil Hart captured this amazing long-exposure shot of the movement of stars over and bioluminescent algae in Gippsland Lakes, Australia: The photography was highly addictive and I spent many late nights waiting for the moon to set, capturing as many images as I could, trying different lenses and exposures. I spent one memorable evening trying to photograph the luminescence in gentle waves lapping at Cooinda’s front beach. I kept bringing the camera closer to the water to get the best result…