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ok .. tried out following setup:
* Thumbor Image processor
* Minio backend for storing images
* #Redis caching #server

wtf ... it's just fucking awesome. Let's take this image: https://images.mws.bka.li/RIFk8CMuG4CbQwwfLqGd4CGWL0A=/fit-in/x695/teleyal/Greybleb.png
I upload the original #image into the #Minio bucket via @nextcloud , set "fitIn" to the size I want and #Thumbor does the rest, including caching via Redis

 

If Pokémon Were Drawn by Tim Burton…


"Featured below are brilliant illustrations by Vaughn Pinpin where he imagines how Pokémon would look like if they were created by Tim Burton."

https://www.sadanduseless.com/tim-burton-pokemons-gallery/

#timburton #pokemon #ill-ustration #image
If Pokémon Were Drawn by Tim Burton…

 

Understanding millions of gates


Introduction to IC reverse engineering for non-chip-reverse-engineers.
#Reverse #Engineering of #integrated #circuits is often seen as something only companies can do, as the #equipment to image the #chip is #expensive, and the HR costs to hire enough reverse #engineers to then #understand the chip even more so. This talk gives a #short #introduction on the #motivation #behind #understanding your own or someone else’s chip (as a chip manufacturing company), and why it might be important for the rest of us (not a chip manufacturing company). The #focus is on #understanding what #millions #of #logical #gates #represent, rather than the physical aspect (delayering, imaging, image processing…), because everyone can do this at home. I will introduce some #proposed #countermeasures (like logic encryption) and #explain if, how and why they fail.

The #talk will give a #general #overview of the #research #field and #explain #why #companies #are #interested #in #reverse #engineering #ICs (IP overproduction, Counterfeits, Hardware Trojans), as well as why it’s important for an end user (IC trust, chip failure). Then, I will very shortly introduce the #reverse #engineering #workflow, from #decapsulating, #delayering, #imaging, #stitching, #image #processing and then come to the focus: #netlist #abstraction. The idea is to show some #methods which are #currently #used #in #research to #understand #what #netlists #represent. Some #theory will be #explained (#circuit #design, #formal #verification of #circuits, #graph #theory…), but I want to keep this to a #minimum. Finally, I will show some #current #ideas on #how #to #make #reverse #engineering #difficult, as well as #some #attacks on these ideas. The talk does not give insights into how large companies do reverse engineering (i.e. #throw #money #at #the #problem), but rather #show #the #research #side #of #things, with some of the methods published in the last couple of years, which is #something #everyone can do at home.

#36c3 #2019 #leipzig #randomshit

#Understanding #millions #of #gates


 
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RawTherapee is a powerful, cross-platform raw photo processing system, released as Free Software (GPLv3). It is designed for developing raw files from a broad range of digital cameras and targeted at users ranging from enthusiast newcomers who wish to broaden their understanding of how digital imaging works to professional photographers.

RawTherapee provides a powerful suite of tools for you to produce amazing photos and showcase your creativity.

RawTherapee benefits users who take the time to learn what it can do. Luckily the community is quite welcoming and helpful! Check out the Forum, read up on RawPedia, and ask questions - there's always something neat to learn! :)

http://rawtherapee.com/

#image #Photo #image #editor #photoeditor #фоторедактор #rawtherapee

 
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darktable is an open source photography workflow application and raw developer. A virtual lighttable and darkroom for photographers. It manages your digital negatives in a database, lets you view them through a zoomable lighttable and enables you to develop raw images and enhance them.

https://www.darktable.org/

#image #Photo #image #editor #photoeditor #фоторедактор

 
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What is digiKam?

digiKam is an advanced open-source digital photo management application that runs on Linux, Windows, and MacOS. The application provides a comprehensive set of tools for importing, managing, editing, and sharing photos and raw files.

https://www.digikam.org/download/

#image #Photo #image #editor #photoeditor #фоторедактор #digiKam

 
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#diaspora #pistos #pod png #image #linux #discussion
Anyone remember this pod - it was the best it had custom css and java, as well as a chat feature. Since pistos left diaspora it has never been the same less and less options available for users what is going on ???

 
#AI #DeepLearning #vision #Python #Google #image #EXIF

The dumb reason your fancy Computer Vision app isn’t working: Exif Orientation



Exif metadata is not a native part of the Jpeg file format. It was an afterthought taken from the TIFF file format and tacked onto the Jpeg file format much later. This maintained backwards compatibility with old image viewers, but it meant that some programs never bothered to parse Exif data.

Most Python libraries for working with image data like numpy, scipy, TensorFlow, Keras, etc, think of themselves as scientific tools for serious people who work with generic arrays of data. They don’t concern themselves with consumer-level problems like automatic image rotation — even though basically every image in the world captured with a modern camera needs it.

This means that when you load an image with almost any Python library, you get the original, unrotated image data. And guess what happens when you try to feed a sideways or upside-down image into a face detection or object detection model? The detector fails because you gave it bad data.

You might think this problem is limited to Python scripts written by beginners and students, but that’s not the case! Even Google’s flagship Vision API demo doesn’t handle Exif orientation correctly

 
#AI #DeepLearning #vision #Python #Google #image #EXIF

The dumb reason your fancy Computer Vision app isn’t working: Exif Orientation



Exif metadata is not a native part of the Jpeg file format. It was an afterthought taken from the TIFF file format and tacked onto the Jpeg file format much later. This maintained backwards compatibility with old image viewers, but it meant that some programs never bothered to parse Exif data.

Most Python libraries for working with image data like numpy, scipy, TensorFlow, Keras, etc, think of themselves as scientific tools for serious people who work with generic arrays of data. They don’t concern themselves with consumer-level problems like automatic image rotation — even though basically every image in the world captured with a modern camera needs it.

This means that when you load an image with almost any Python library, you get the original, unrotated image data. And guess what happens when you try to feed a sideways or upside-down image into a face detection or object detection model? The detector fails because you gave it bad data.

You might think this problem is limited to Python scripts written by beginners and students, but that’s not the case! Even Google’s flagship Vision API demo doesn’t handle Exif orientation correctly

 
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This 4096x4096 image (link to fullsize below, 50Mb) contains all the 16777216 possible 8-bits RGB colors, each appearing only once:

[Fullsize]➡️ https://gmic.eu/img/all_8bits_colors.png

Isn't that pretty cool ? 🥳🎨

See https://discuss.pixls.us/t/gmic-challenge-all-rgb to understand how it has been done !

#gmic #floss #foss #gimp #krita #image #processing

 
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This 4096x4096 image (link to fullsize below, 50Mb) contains all the 16777216 possible 8-bits RGB colors, each appearing only once:

[Fullsize]➡️ https://gmic.eu/img/all_8bits_colors.png

Isn't that pretty cool ? 🥳🎨

See https://discuss.pixls.us/t/gmic-challenge-all-rgb to understand how it has been done !

#gmic #floss #foss #gimp #krita #image #processing

 
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#Attention: search this PCB - and switch off!


This the reason for all #Earth failures!

#global warming #weather #42 #humor #Image #Bild #photo #pcb

 

ATTENTION !! Facebook intègre un code secret dans les photos que vous téléchargez !!!


https://www.ouest-france.fr/high-tech/facebook/facebook-integre-des-codes-secrets-dans-les-photos-que-vous-telechargez-6448705



CELA SIGNIFIE QU'UNE IMAGE QUE VOUS COPIEZ SUR FACEBOOK, POUR LA RECOLLER AILLEURS, PEUT ÊTRE TRACÉE ENSUITE PAR FACEBOOK ET HORS FACEBOOK !!!
selon le chercheur australien, « Facebook intègre des données de suivi dans les photos que vous téléchargez », et ce, à un « niveau choquant ».

Pourquoi ? Parce qu’avec ce code secret, Facebook peut « suivre les photos en dehors de sa propre plate-forme avec un niveau de précision dérangeant ».

À quoi peut servir un tel code ? Selon Forbes, à retrouver le propriétaire légal d’une image, résoudre des violations du droit d’ #auteur, fournir de meilleurs services aux utilisateurs. Mais aussi… à mieux cibler les #publicités proposées à l’utilisateur et tracer des liens entre plusieurs #internautes.

Selon Edin #Jusupovic, « ceci n’est probablement que la pointe visible de l’iceberg, car ce code caché était finalement facile à trouver. Mais la #stéganographie va devenir de plus en plus sophistiquée […], donc beaucoup plus difficile, voire impossible, à repérer. »
Article complet ici...

#Facebook #Image #Photo #Code #CodeSecret #Instruction #IPTC #Tracking #Pistage #Données #Téléchargement

 

ATTENTION !! Facebook intègre un code secret dans les photos que vous téléchargez !!!


https://www.ouest-france.fr/high-tech/facebook/facebook-integre-des-codes-secrets-dans-les-photos-que-vous-telechargez-6448705



CELA SIGNIFIE QU'UNE IMAGE QUE VOUS COPIEZ SUR FACEBOOK, POUR LA RECOLLER AILLEURS, PEUT ÊTRE TRACÉE ENSUITE PAR FACEBOOK ET HORS FACEBOOK !!!
selon le chercheur australien, « Facebook intègre des données de suivi dans les photos que vous téléchargez », et ce, à un « niveau choquant ».

Pourquoi ? Parce qu’avec ce code secret, Facebook peut « suivre les photos en dehors de sa propre plate-forme avec un niveau de précision dérangeant ».

À quoi peut servir un tel code ? Selon Forbes, à retrouver le propriétaire légal d’une image, résoudre des violations du droit d’ #auteur, fournir de meilleurs services aux utilisateurs. Mais aussi… à mieux cibler les #publicités proposées à l’utilisateur et tracer des liens entre plusieurs #internautes.

Selon Edin #Jusupovic, « ceci n’est probablement que la pointe visible de l’iceberg, car ce code caché était finalement facile à trouver. Mais la #stéganographie va devenir de plus en plus sophistiquée […], donc beaucoup plus difficile, voire impossible, à repérer. »
Article complet ici...

#Facebook #Image #Photo #Code #CodeSecret #Instruction #IPTC #Tracking #Pistage #Données #Téléchargement

 

Gimp 2.10.12 est disponible



GIMP 2.10.12 est principalement une version de correction de bogues car des bogues ennuyeux ont été découverts, ce qui est à prévoir après une 2.10.10 avec tant de changements !
Annonce (en): https://www.gimp.org/news/2019/06/12/gimp-2-10-12-released/

Traduit avec https://www.DeepL.com/Translator

#gimp #annonce #mise-à-jour #miseàjour #mise-a-jour #miseajour #informatique #floss #libre #open-source #opensource #dessin #image #graphisme

 

Gimp 2.10.12 est disponible



GIMP 2.10.12 est principalement une version de correction de bogues car des bogues ennuyeux ont été découverts, ce qui est à prévoir après une 2.10.10 avec tant de changements !
Annonce (en): https://www.gimp.org/news/2019/06/12/gimp-2-10-12-released/

Traduit avec https://www.DeepL.com/Translator

#gimp #annonce #mise-à-jour #miseàjour #mise-a-jour #miseajour #informatique #floss #libre #open-source #opensource #dessin #image #graphisme

 

Liverpool Cathedral under construction.


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I have researched this church so much now. It plays a part in my comic about Phill from GCHQ

#image #history #church #cathedral #Liverpool

 

Liverpool Cathedral under construction.


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I have researched this church so much now. It plays a part in my comic about Phill from GCHQ

#image #history #church #cathedral #Liverpool

 

Liverpool Cathedral under construction.


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I have researched this church so much now. It plays a part in my comic about Phill from GCHQ

#image #history #church #cathedral #Liverpool

 
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Blaffende honden bijten niet.
(Blaffende Smurfen bijten niet.)

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  • Betekenis : zij die het hardst roepen en dreigen, zijn het minst gevaarlijk.
  • Ook de Romeinen zeiden : canis timidus vehementius latrat quam mordet (Otto, 70).
  • Engels; English : Barking dogs never bite. / A barking dog never bites. / Barking dogs seldom bite. / His (her, your …) bark is worse than his (her, your, …) bite.
  • Frans; français : Chien qui aboie ne mord pas.
  • Duits; Deutsch: Bellende Hunde beißen nicht. / Hunde, die bellen, beißen nicht.
  • Italiaans; italiano : Cane che abbaia non morde. / Cane ch’abbaia, poco morde .
  • Portugees; português : Cão que ladra não morde.
  • Spaans; español : Perro ladrador, poco mordedor.
de Smurfen / the Smurfs / les Schtroumpfs / die Schlümpfe / i Puffi / os Estrumpfes / los Pitufos
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Bild/FotoDoctissimo : Blaffende Smurfen bijten niet.

SPREEKWOORDEN
COLLECTIE : #spreekwoorden docnederlands
#spreekwoorden #zegswijzen #gezegden #spreuken #uitdrukkingen #nederlands #proverbes #expressions #dictons #néerlandais #hollandais #proverbs #sayings #maxims #dutch #sprichwörter #redewendungen #ausdrücke #niederländisch #proverbi #espressioni #olandese #neerlandés #engels #english #frans #français #duits #deutsch #italiaans #italiano #spaans #español #portugees #português #taal #talen #language #languages #langue #langues #sprache #sprachen #lingua #lingue #lengua #lenguas #illustratie #illustraties #afbeelding #afbeeldingen #poster #posters #illustration #illustrations #image #images #picture #pictures #bild #bilder #illustrazione #illustrazioni #ilustración #tekening #tekeningen #dessin #dessins #drawing #drawings #zeichnung #disegno #dibujo #blaffen #honden #bijten

 
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Blaffende honden bijten niet.
(Blaffende Smurfen bijten niet.)

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  • Betekenis : zij die het hardst roepen en dreigen, zijn het minst gevaarlijk.
  • Ook de Romeinen zeiden : canis timidus vehementius latrat quam mordet (Otto, 70).
  • Engels; English : Barking dogs never bite. / A barking dog never bites. / Barking dogs seldom bite. / His (her, your …) bark is worse than his (her, your, …) bite.
  • Frans; français : Chien qui aboie ne mord pas.
  • Duits; Deutsch: Bellende Hunde beißen nicht. / Hunde, die bellen, beißen nicht.
  • Italiaans; italiano : Cane che abbaia non morde. / Cane ch’abbaia, poco morde .
  • Portugees; português : Cão que ladra não morde.
  • Spaans; español : Perro ladrador, poco mordedor.
de Smurfen / the Smurfs / les Schtroumpfs / die Schlümpfe / i Puffi / os Estrumpfes / los Pitufos
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Bild/FotoDoctissimo : Blaffende Smurfen bijten niet.

SPREEKWOORDEN
COLLECTIE : #spreekwoorden docnederlands
#spreekwoorden #zegswijzen #gezegden #spreuken #uitdrukkingen #nederlands #proverbes #expressions #dictons #néerlandais #hollandais #proverbs #sayings #maxims #dutch #sprichwörter #redewendungen #ausdrücke #niederländisch #proverbi #espressioni #olandese #neerlandés #engels #english #frans #français #duits #deutsch #italiaans #italiano #spaans #español #portugees #português #taal #talen #language #languages #langue #langues #sprache #sprachen #lingua #lingue #lengua #lenguas #illustratie #illustraties #afbeelding #afbeeldingen #poster #posters #illustration #illustrations #image #images #picture #pictures #bild #bilder #illustrazione #illustrazioni #ilustración #tekening #tekeningen #dessin #dessins #drawing #drawings #zeichnung #disegno #dibujo #blaffen #honden #bijten

 

1060-hour image of the Large Magellanic Cloud captured by amateur astronomers


This extraordinary view of the LMC might be the world's longest exposure image in amateur astronomy. 1060 hours were needed to capture this highly-resolved image (204 Megapixels) of the Large…
Article word count: 602

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19662575
Posted by dmitrybrant (karma: 142)
Post stats: Points: 174 - Comments: 25 - 2019-04-15T00:53:40Z

\#HackerNews #1060-hour #amateur #astronomers #captured #cloud #image #large #magellanic #the
Article content:

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1060 is the number of hours needed to capture this highly-resolved image (204 Megapixels) of the Large Magellanic Cloud. It might be the worldʼs longest exposure image within the amateur astronomers community.

In astrophotography, the amount of time you spend imaging a celestial object is inherently fundamental. The longer your cameraʼs shutter is open, the more light you get, so that the darkest regions of the sky start to get clearer. Usually, amateur astronomers are familiar with very long integration times, such as few minutes or even few tens of hours. However, reaching a total amount of several hundred hours increases the complexity of image processing and therefore remains quiet rare... though, five keen amateur astrophotographers challenged themselves and decided to capture a picture of 1060 hours of total exposure time, which can be considered as a world record (professional astronomy excluded).

This image is not only a technical accomplishment, but brings also a scientific interest to one of the most amazing deep sky object of the Southern sky : The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC).

The image is a mosaic made of 16 smaller fields of view, which, once stitched together form a high-resolution image of 204 Million of pixels! As of matter of fact, this is not the work of a single person but by a team of five french amateur astronomers called "Ciel Austral": Jean Claude CANONNE, Philippe BERNHARD, Didier CHAPLAIN, Nicolas OUTTERS et Laurent BOURGON.

"Ciel Austral" owns a remotely-controlled observatory located in the most prestigious skies of the planet, in Chile, and more precisely at the El Sauce Observatory (Coquimbo Region). A 160-mm APO-refractor telescope and a Moravian CCD were used to obtain this wonderful field. The datasets were taken over several months, ranging from 2018 and 2019. The heavy files handled represent 620 GB and needed few hundreds of hours to get out of the image processing step! Once stacked together, they make up the stunning figure of 1060 hours of exposure. If you are more curious, we invite you having a look at [1]their official website here.

You certainly noticed the color-rendering of this image is quite unusual. Indeed, astrophotographers used a couple of special filters which transmit narrow parts -lines- of the visible spectrum : the Hydrogen Alpha line at 656 nm, the Sulfur line at 672 nm and the Oxygen III spectral line at 500 nm. These kind of filters enable to emphasize chemical components located in high-density gas regions like nebulae, what standard RGB imaging can not perform.

Settled in Chile since 2017, the Ciel Austral Observatory gives to this 5-member team a way to expanding their knowledge and skills in astronomical imagery in order to fulfill its most ambitious projects. So, one should stay tuned for more of their upcoming fantastic images.

★ The Large Magellanic Cloud

[2]
[IMG][3]Picture of the LMC in RGBHaO color rendering, taken by Ciel Austral team.

This image shows us a unique view of the most famous night-sky object for Southern-Hemisphere astronomy. The LMC is actually a satellite neighbor of our Milky Way galaxy pretty close to us, at 50 kilo-parsecs distance (163k light-years). Scientists estimate it will do a full orbit around us in only 1.5 Billion years...

The Large Magellanic Cloud belongs to the Local Group - a list of about 50 galaxies close to each other, including our own.
If you have the opportunity to spend a night under the Southern Skies, this naked-eye-visible object will surprise you by its wide angular size and its strong brightness: LMC covers a slice of the sky which can contain 20 moon diameters, shining at a 0.9 magnitude!

References

Visible links
1. http://www.cielaustral.com/galerie/photo95.htm?fbclid=IwAR3GMt0zg_9VrcXH3moy7-lR7stH2Gb-ZOYPpvpTKMZooK7LpMBa97PQx2Y
2. https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-T37eYbCHxaY/XK-vzMpE3gI/AAAAAAAA9Bw/4M4eVjTpKmA-AMl9aLqzmZr_sl34sgungCLcBGAs/s1600/photo_LMC_ciel_austral_RVBHaO.jpg
3. http://www.cielaustral.com/galerie/photo95.htm?fbclid=IwAR0T6w4pdXopufFoA6rTGyqTBGokdJPF-kbPYQyVvH1aiddZ8uj7ueLCwKQ

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1060-hour image of the Large Magellanic Cloud captured by amateur astronomers


This extraordinary view of the LMC might be the world's longest exposure image in amateur astronomy. 1060 hours were needed to capture this highly-resolved image (204 Megapixels) of the Large…
Article word count: 602

HN Discussion: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=19662575
Posted by dmitrybrant (karma: 142)
Post stats: Points: 174 - Comments: 25 - 2019-04-15T00:53:40Z

\#HackerNews #1060-hour #amateur #astronomers #captured #cloud #image #large #magellanic #the
Article content:

Bild/Foto
1060 is the number of hours needed to capture this highly-resolved image (204 Megapixels) of the Large Magellanic Cloud. It might be the worldʼs longest exposure image within the amateur astronomers community.

In astrophotography, the amount of time you spend imaging a celestial object is inherently fundamental. The longer your cameraʼs shutter is open, the more light you get, so that the darkest regions of the sky start to get clearer. Usually, amateur astronomers are familiar with very long integration times, such as few minutes or even few tens of hours. However, reaching a total amount of several hundred hours increases the complexity of image processing and therefore remains quiet rare... though, five keen amateur astrophotographers challenged themselves and decided to capture a picture of 1060 hours of total exposure time, which can be considered as a world record (professional astronomy excluded).

This image is not only a technical accomplishment, but brings also a scientific interest to one of the most amazing deep sky object of the Southern sky : The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC).

The image is a mosaic made of 16 smaller fields of view, which, once stitched together form a high-resolution image of 204 Million of pixels! As of matter of fact, this is not the work of a single person but by a team of five french amateur astronomers called "Ciel Austral": Jean Claude CANONNE, Philippe BERNHARD, Didier CHAPLAIN, Nicolas OUTTERS et Laurent BOURGON.

"Ciel Austral" owns a remotely-controlled observatory located in the most prestigious skies of the planet, in Chile, and more precisely at the El Sauce Observatory (Coquimbo Region). A 160-mm APO-refractor telescope and a Moravian CCD were used to obtain this wonderful field. The datasets were taken over several months, ranging from 2018 and 2019. The heavy files handled represent 620 GB and needed few hundreds of hours to get out of the image processing step! Once stacked together, they make up the stunning figure of 1060 hours of exposure. If you are more curious, we invite you having a look at [1]their official website here.

You certainly noticed the color-rendering of this image is quite unusual. Indeed, astrophotographers used a couple of special filters which transmit narrow parts -lines- of the visible spectrum : the Hydrogen Alpha line at 656 nm, the Sulfur line at 672 nm and the Oxygen III spectral line at 500 nm. These kind of filters enable to emphasize chemical components located in high-density gas regions like nebulae, what standard RGB imaging can not perform.

Settled in Chile since 2017, the Ciel Austral Observatory gives to this 5-member team a way to expanding their knowledge and skills in astronomical imagery in order to fulfill its most ambitious projects. So, one should stay tuned for more of their upcoming fantastic images.

★ The Large Magellanic Cloud

[2]
[IMG][3]Picture of the LMC in RGBHaO color rendering, taken by Ciel Austral team.

This image shows us a unique view of the most famous night-sky object for Southern-Hemisphere astronomy. The LMC is actually a satellite neighbor of our Milky Way galaxy pretty close to us, at 50 kilo-parsecs distance (163k light-years). Scientists estimate it will do a full orbit around us in only 1.5 Billion years...

The Large Magellanic Cloud belongs to the Local Group - a list of about 50 galaxies close to each other, including our own.
If you have the opportunity to spend a night under the Southern Skies, this naked-eye-visible object will surprise you by its wide angular size and its strong brightness: LMC covers a slice of the sky which can contain 20 moon diameters, shining at a 0.9 magnitude!

References

Visible links
1. http://www.cielaustral.com/galerie/photo95.htm?fbclid=IwAR3GMt0zg_9VrcXH3moy7-lR7stH2Gb-ZOYPpvpTKMZooK7LpMBa97PQx2Y
2. https://2.bp.blogspot.com/-T37eYbCHxaY/XK-vzMpE3gI/AAAAAAAA9Bw/4M4eVjTpKmA-AMl9aLqzmZr_sl34sgungCLcBGAs/s1600/photo_LMC_ciel_austral_RVBHaO.jpg
3. http://www.cielaustral.com/galerie/photo95.htm?fbclid=IwAR0T6w4pdXopufFoA6rTGyqTBGokdJPF-kbPYQyVvH1aiddZ8uj7ueLCwKQ

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The Mouth of Andersons Bay


This #photo was taken during my first foray into the Otago Peninsula
It's on sale at:
- Redbubble
- Society6

also viewable on my Website
#picture #photograph #photography #image #water #bay #landscape #land #sun #sunny #sunlight #mountain #mountains #sky #cloud #clouds #urban #nature #beauty #beautiful

 
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Went on another much longer #walk along the #Otago #Peninsula...

Turns out that the pedestrian walkway along the #sea ends abruptly about 1.5km in, so I had to follow the #suburbs #uphill.

I stumbled my way to rotary #park and the rotary club lookout point and had a nice rest.

Then I followed Highcliff Rd back to #dunedin

I have two more #photos which I will be putting up for sale at a later date...
#NewZealand #water #sea #ocean #sunny #sky #pleasant #walking #country #countryside #mountain #mountains #landscape #urban #beauty #photo #photograph #photography #picture #image #panorama #mywork

 
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We are in the process of preparing some G'MIC demos that we will present at the #FenoNormandie show next week in Caen / France.
Here are a few teasers to make you want to come and see us! 🍻

#gmic #gimp #krita #image #filters #cnrs #research

 
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We are in the process of preparing some G'MIC demos that we will present at the #FenoNormandie show next week in Caen / France.
Here are a few teasers to make you want to come and see us! 🍻

#gmic #gimp #krita #image #filters #cnrs #research