Light trails behind Foel Tower on Garegg Ddu Dam in The Elan Valley. Stunning during the day, but even more impressive at night! 🌑 .
Also managed to sneak the Andromeda Galaxy in the top right corner of the shot.
wormhole~ a s̶p̶e̶c̶u̶l̶a̶t̶i̶v̶e̶ structure linking disparate points in spacetime.
A wormhole could connect extremely long distances such as a billion light years or more, different universes, or different points in time.
Live the Life you Love
I’ve been thinking about the limits of our imaginations- we have a finite number of neurons in our brains, and it’s the same number as the number of stars in the universe, which is a lot. So in theory there’s an upper limit to the things we can imagine and understand and comprehend, right? But just like the universe, my imagination doesn’t *feel* limited. It feels like humans could just go on thinking of new things over and over again forever. I’m convinced there is a limit, but it’s so far out there that none of us have to worry about hitting it, just like the edge of the universe. Dream away my friends, we are all made from stardust 💫
Equinox: The Sun from Solstice to Solstice
Today was an equinox, a date when day and night are equal. Tomorrow, and every day until the next equinox, the night will be longer than the day in Earth's northern hemisphere, and the day will be longer than the night in Earth's southern hemisphere. An equinox occurs midway between the two solstices, when the days and nights are the least equal. The featured picture is a composite of hourly images taken of the Sun above Bursa, Turkey on key days from solstice to equinox to solstice. The bottom Sun band was taken during the north'swinter solstice in 2007 December, when the Sun could not rise very high in the sky nor stay above the horizon very long. This lack of Sun caused winter. The top Sun band was taken during the northern summer solstice in 2008 June, when the Sun rose highest in the sky and stayed above the horizon for more than 12 hours. This abundance of Sun caused summer. The middle band was taken during an equinoxin 2008 March, but it is the same sun band that Earthlings see today, the day of the most recent equinox.
Image Credit & Copyright: Tunç Tezel (TWAN)