In June of 2009, a rare total solar eclipse blanketed certain portions of the planet in total darkness. Czech photographer Miloslav Druckmüller traveled to the middle of the Pacific ocean to the Marshall Islands to capture the incredible event.
To create the photos above, he compiled over 40 images shot from two different cameras.
Major New Multifaceted Exhibition Focuses on Ecology and Environmental Issues
Left, raw materials for the “Expo 1″ colony, and right, explanatory text and a rendering of what it…
…commissioned for the centenary of Canberra, ‘The Sky Whale’ hot-air balloon by Sierra Leonean artist Patricia Piccinini
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