Guatemalan photographer Francisco Sojuel captured this once-in-a-lifetime shot of clouds pretending to be Saturn’s rings around the moon.
Photographer Eric Houck perfectly captured this eerily beautiful angle of tree branches appearing to hold the moon.
This beautiful image was chosen to be Nasa’s Astronomy Picture of the Day in March of 2020. The original photo of illuminated clouds in front of the Moon was taken by Francisco Sojuel on Christmas Eve of 2019, two days before the Moon slid in front of the Sun to create a solar eclipse.
We are so grateful to our Biofriendly Planet readers as someone reached out and let us know that this image was taken by photographer Zach Cooley. We couldn’t help but marvel at this stunning photo of a seemingly omniscient eye watching over Earth, which was achieved over two nights of single shots and double exposures. […]
In case you missed it, here is a great shot of the January 31, 2018 Super, Blue, Blood Moon. For those of you who don’t know what that means: Super = The Moon is at it’s closest point to earth in its elliptical orbit. Blue = The second full moon in a given month. Blood […]