Post your most inspiring photos of nature #4

Continuing the discussion from Post your most inspiring photos of nature #3 - #2678.

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I wish I was there! What a beautiful empty beach!! :heart_eyes:

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My first little tour. Already like it much more than lake Constance region. So green here.

Think it must be some kind of bunker. The bridge was built in 1939.

Plus a cute cat :upside_down_face:

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Was able to go on a walk today by myself. Was really nice and peaceful walking alone on the trails. I miss my alone time.

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That’s nice and I feel you when you say that you miss your alone time.
I am quite an introvert and if I don’t get time when I could be alone, I feel exhausted. Sometimes is good to escape to nature like you did, if you feel that where you live and work is over-crawded.

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our very own christmas tree growing strong

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Love that the absolutely gorgeous rainbow is contrasted against all the wires that we have in Japan.

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Went out after the afternoon downpour.

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Happy Saturday

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Bit of an interesting perspective on home

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Universe nature photos. Taken with my phone through the lens of binoculars.

Full moon:

Jupiter and his four largest moons (from left to right - Europa, Ganymede, Io, and Callisto on the far right):

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Thats amazing you should start a thread with pics like these. I love this so much.

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Thank you!

That is a great idea. A thread like that would be fun, though I’m not sure there are enough people who do astrophotography to justify it’s own thread, and even i am pretty limited by lack of proper equipment for it.

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Keep posting here, thats totally fine il keep a look out for future pics (no pressure) :slightly_smiling_face:
Its amazing you got that so clear through binoculars.

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Ive seen the Galilean moons in my telescope and its an incredible sight. Thank you for posting!!

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I’ll do that. :slightly_smiling_face: Well, they are big and powerful (75x100 power) binoculars :sweat_smile:

@Astro thats awesome! It really is amazing to see in real time and not in a photo. I’m keen on getting a telescope myself, but it takes forever for me to buy anything as money is limited and I research everything to death before buying. I would love to dive into the world of astrophotography, but that probably won’t be for a while. What scope do you have?


More nature photos to keep post on topic:

Moon and Venus in predawn sky.

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Laves Culture Trail

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