Kazushige Machiyama

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In The Beginning

“I shoot 99% of my photos in the #nature right here in northern #Norway.” This week’s #MashFaves is @seffis, a photographer from Norway. When talking about his work Steffen said “the way some people react to the #northernlights and some of the landscapes I post is just priceless…cause you forget that these surroundings are not “normal” for everyone else.” Be sure to check out his feed and send him some love!

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11月6日、オーストラリアのボンダイビーチに突如として現れた雲が、現地メディアやSNSで話題を集めています。<p>「まるで津波が襲ってくるようだった」<br>ビーチ上空に現れた謎の雲<p>上の画像は、その時の様子を撮影したSHANさん(@shanj007)がTwitterに投稿したもの。<br>この雲を目撃したNicole …

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Le Tour de Eiffel

On the night of Oct. 8, a photographer in Harstad, Norway captured this image of the dancing northern lights. Auroras are created when fast-moving, magnetic solar material strikes Earth's magnetic bubble, the magnetosphere. This collision rattles the magnetosphere in an event called a geomagnetic storm, sending trapped charged particles zooming down magnetic field lines towards the atmosphere, where they collide brilliantly with molecules in the air, creating auroras. Though many geomagnetic storms are associated with clouds of solar material that explode from the sun in an event called a coronal mass ejection, or CME, this storm was caused by an especially fast stream of solar wind. "Geomagnetic storms caused by high-speed solar wind streams aren't uncommon," said Leila Mays, a space physicist at our Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. "Near solar minimum-when solar activity like CMEs are less frequent-these fast streams are actually the most common cause of geomagnetic storms that create auroras." Image courtesy of Johnny Henriksen/Spaceweather.com #nasa #space #photography #aurora #spaceweather #nasabeyond #sun #earth #science

Bioluminous Larak

Fox Spring

Photograph by @paulnicklen taken while #onassignment for @natgeo 40 miles off the West coast of British Columbia. A lone male orca breaks the surface’s tension on a rare calm morning. We are packing up our boat to continue to search for marine life that exists in the deep blue water somewhere between the Western seaboard and Japan. Please follow me on @paulnicklen to see more images and stories as they unfold throughout the summer and fall. With @cristinamittermeier. #nature #orcas #wildlife @natgeocreative @thephotosociety #beauty #keepexploring #letsexplore #love #follow #instagood #photooftheday #picoftheday #instagramhub #keepitwild #blackfish

The Best Seat in Yosemite

#Summer has arrived at #Sequoia #NationalPark in California, and it's stunning. Photo of #AsterLake by Scott Toste.

At the end of the day

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Secret Beach

Sand Harbor

My Umbrella

Shasta evening

Volcán Concepción, an active stratovolcano seen from a ferry on Lake #Nicaragua. A Chinese billionaire is seeking to build a 172-mile canal across the country, connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific and shaving about 500 miles off the shipping route from New York to Los Angeles. If the proposed canal is completed, 55 miles of it would cut across this freshwater lake, potentially making the main source of Nicaragua’s drinking water no longer potable. @meridithkohut photographed the lake and region for a @nytimestravel story about what stands to be lost if the project moves forward. As a journalist working in Latin America, she has been following the story closely, she said.