Self-portrait of the photographer, Travis Burke, shooting the Milky Way under Utah’s Delicate Arch, with a little creative lighting from a flashlight. Camera settings: F/2.8, 50 sec., ISO 1600. Photo by Travis Burke
I like this one. I picture us laying out under the stars on a blanket in our house in the country, and we are just staring at each other's eyes and having our deep conversations (with some junk food)! Ha
Night time usually symbolizes calm and peace. In The Night Circus, I think thats what it symbolized at night everything was serenity. It also was used to depict some character's personalities. Like the circus performers, able to do all that magic and illusions.
Three planet alignment over Egyptian pyramids…(I would just like to say, after having to delete so many negative and argument causing comments, I don't care if it isn't real, or if you think it's photoshopped. This was posted under Humor, not Science. It's a neat picture and I'll thank you to keep your negativity to yourselves. Any comments about the authenticity of this picture or anything related will be deleted as soon as I've seen them.)
Hungarian-born, Vienna-based artist Bogi Fabian uses glowing UV paint to create gorgeous, luminescent murals that can only be seen under a black light. With the flip of a light switch, blank bedroom walls are suddenly covered with cosmic scenes, glittering stars, beautiful landscapes, and lush flora and fauna that emit an ethereal radiance in the darkness.