Wow, amazing photo...and what a great job in scrappin' it.
Completely awesome! Gonna have to show this one to my son! TFS!
That is an awesome photo. The detail is incredible. Amazing to see the universe develop before our eyes.
Very intense page.
That photo is beautiful. Love the way you scrapped it. So many beautiful creations on this earth.
Project - Godly Image?
posted 05/06/13 at 11:26 AM
I'm submitting this to the nsd photo challenge (1) as this photo of the Horsehead Nebula taken by Hubble Telescope recently definitely spurred my imagination…
Of course here is the scientific explanation of what we're seeing:
The Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the Horsehead Nebula in stunning detail. The nebula, about 1,500 light years away in the constellation of Orion, was imaged in infrared wavelengths against the backdrop of the Milky Way.The pink cast is from hydrogen gas behind the nebula, which is being lit up by Sigma Orionis, a five-star system. While it looks less like a horse's head than in some other images in optical light, Hubble's new shot clearly shows the dark mushrooms of the Orion Molecular Cloud, an incubator for the formation of massive stars.
I like my interpretation better…
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