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Marine Parade Sunset, Cottesloe, Western Australia | Nature | Waterscape | Sunset Photography | Jonace Aussie Travels

Sorry for the delay, I had website problems 🙁 Better late than never though right? Can you see the 7 ships on the horizon? I thought that was pretty cool 😉

Beautiful orange Sunset with ships on the horizon with sand and rocks on the bottom with greenery at the Sundial, Cottesloe, Western Australia
Beautiful Sunset at the Sundial, Cottesloe, Western Australia

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Marina Bay Sands Night Panorama, Singapore | Panorama | Landscape | Night Sky | Nature Photography | Jonace World Travels

Marina Bay Sands Night Panorama with ligths reflection in the water, Singapore
Marina Bay Sands Night Panorama, Singapore

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Blue, Yellow, Orange and Purple Fireworks and moon, Perth, Western Australia | Night Sky Astrophotography | Jonace Aussie Travels

I love to photograph fireworks as it’s so bright and colourful 🙂

I hope this photo brings you much joy and a smile to your face 🙂

When there is light, darkness can not overcome it 😉

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blue, yellow, orange and purple fireworks
blue, yellow, orange and purple fireworks
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Eiffel Tower At Night, Paris, France | Night Sky Astrophotography | Famous Icons | Jonace World Travels

Today is World Photography Day and I thought I’ll share with you something different, a famous image from Paris which is not like any you would have seen. I googled it and did not see any photos like this. Even when photographing iconic images, I love to include nature as much as possible by taking the photo from a different perspective as other people.

Unveiled on the 31st December 1985, invented by Pierre Bideau, an electrician and lighting engineer, it consists of 336 projectors equipped with high-pressure, yellow-orange sodium lamps.

This form of illumination, which has been met with unanimous, worldwide success, was the starting point of a nocturnal revival of monuments, in Paris as well as in the cities of France and the world.

The beams of light, directed from the bottom towards the top, illuminate the Eiffel Tower from the inside of its structure. Since 1958, by replacing the 1,290 working projectors that illuminated the Tower from the outside, they have been highlighting the fine metallic structure of the monument and illuminating the areas used by late-night visitors until the closing of the Tower to the public. In addition to the aesthetic aspect, it is equally necessary for the security of the late-night operation of the Tower.

https://www.toureiffel.paris/en/the-monument/lights

Eiffel Tower lit up at night, Paris, France in the middle of the frame with silhouette of a tree with leaves on a dark blue sky
Eiffel Tower At Night, Paris, France

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Inspiration Point , Bryce Canyon National Park | Panorama | Landscape| Sunset | Nature Photography | Jonace World Travels

I found the view from Inspiration Point rather inspiring.

The info below was taken from the nps website

The viewpoint at Inspiration Point consists of three levels that provide varied spectacular perspectives of the main amphitheater. From here, visitors look toward the Silent City (near Sunset Point) with its many rows of seemingly frozen hoodoos set against the backdrop of Boat Mesa. All who look out from this point are bound to be inspired, considering the intricacies of the hoodoos and their formation through the erosion of the Claron Formation.

Geology
The Claron Formation consists of two members, the lower Pink Member, a “dirty” limestone that contains sand, silt, and iron that lends the rock its reddish color, and the upper White Member, a purer freshwater limestone. This upper White Member of the Claron Formation is visible below Inspiration Point, although few hoodoos form in this softer rock.

Nature
The barren slopes of Inspiration Point have a mix of trees including Bristlecone Pines. While these are famous for their venerable ages and gnarled trunks, younger bristlecones take on a very different appearance. They are tall and thin and unique among pines in that the entire lengths of their branches are covered with needles, giving them the bushy appearance that earned them the nickname “fox-tail pines.” Look carefully as you walk through these barren slopes – you might just discover a Mountain Short-horned Lizard trying to remain camouflaged.

Inspiration Point , Bryce Canyon National Park pink and blue sunset  panorama with red rock formation
Inspiration Point, Bryce Canyon National Park sunset panorama

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