THE EYE OF THE MOON - This perfectly timed photograph looks like an eye. You can see the moon through the North Window arch at Arches National Park in Utah. The park is located in Eastern Utah and is known for preserving over natural sandstone arches.
As the edge of the moon touched the top of the waterfall the cascade turned the color of the pale yellow moon. Slowly the light touched the river and began to flow down the river. He watched, pensive, as his cloak flapped int he light breeze.
The Tip of the Iceburg, Ralph A Clevenger - The image is a composite of four different photos: the iceberg top was shot in Antarctica; the iceberg bottom was shot in Alaska (and was taken above the water); and the sky and water shots are from California.
A Guide to Hanami, Japan's Cherry Blossom Festivals
Moon and cherry blossoms . Night viewing cherry blossoms is something I learned during Hanami in Tokyo. The flowers have a different, beguiling energy at night. If you have the chance,you must stand under them at night. Its a rare and fragrant treat.