Czech photographer Miloslav Druckmüller from the Brno University of Technology reveals the awesome beauty of the solar corona with these amazing composite images that he created by using 47 photos taken during a total solar eclipse.
To achieve the crystal clear effect the shots are comprised from some 40+ photos taken with two different lenses. Additional clarity was achieved due to the incredibly remote location chosen to view the eclipse from, a pier just outside the Enewetak Radiological Observatory on the Marshall Islands, smack dab in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. You can see several more images from the project at Druckmüller’s website and don’t miss this much higher resolution version including some 209 stars.
WOW!! absolutely stunning!!
I’m a pipin’ hot mess. It’s been goin’ on for a while, I haven’t said anything. Nothing’s been the same since New York.
Oh really? I didn’t notice that. At all.
You experience things. Then they’re over and you still can’t explain ‘em? Gods, aliens, other dimensions? I’m just a man in a can. The only reason I haven’t cracked up is probably because you moved in. Which is great. I love you, I’m lucky. But honey, I can’t sleep. You go to bed, I come down here, I do what I know. I tinker. The threat is imminent and I have to protect the one thing that I can’t live without. That’s you. And my suits? They’re, ah..
They’re part of me.
They’re a distraction.