Northwest frame of a six-frame mosaic of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera.
North central frame of a six-frame mosaic of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera.
Northeast frame of a six-frame mosaic of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera.
Southwest frame of a six-frame mosaic of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera. South central frame of a six-frame mosaic of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera. Southeast frame of a six-frame mosaic of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera.
Mosaic of the preceding six frames of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken through the 756 nm filter of Galileo's SSI camera. Image of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken by Galileo's Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS). TweetMay 15, 2014: Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot -- a swirling anti-cyclonic storm larger than Earth -- has shrunk to its smallest size ever measured. According to Amy Simon of NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, recent NASA Hubble Space Telescope observations confirm the Great Red Spot now is approximately 10,250 miles across, less than half the size of some historical measurements. Images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot taken by the Hubble Space Telescope over a span of 20 years show that the Great Red Spot is shrinking. Beginning in 2012, amateur observations revealed a noticeable increase in the rate at which the spot is shrinking -- by 580 miles per year -- changing its shape from an oval to a circle.
Simon's team plans to study the motions of the small eddies and the internal dynamics of the storm to determine whether these eddies can feed or sap momentum entering the upwelling vortex, resulting in this yet unexplained shrinkage. Photos by user 'listentoreason', with default photo number, size, and sorting options (can change). Better way to display more photos from your contacts - you must be logged in for this to work. Flickr requires that I inform you that Flickr Hive Mind uses the Flickr API, but is neither endorsed nor certified by them. If you find your login does not work, perhaps your browser has disabled the cookies that I use to track your session.
Any revenue generated through advertisement on this site is used only to cover the cost of keeping the site online, beyond that Fiveprime donates to charitable organizations (also, there are no ads on User pages). Hayman Island lies in the Northerly part of the Whitsunday Islands, part of the Cumberland Islands, which are located off the coast of Central Queensland, Australia. One of the most popular party spots for celebrities and for those that love to be by the sea while listening to the European beats. Ibiza is an island in the Mediterranean Sea in Spain.
A sizzling jet-set favourite; St Tropez is one of the most liveliest little fishing towns along the French Riviera in Summer. One of the most glamorous islands in Greece, Mykonos is St Tropez meets Ibiza and everything else in between.
One of the world’s most popular vacation spots and if you have gone to Miami to party, then you have gone to the right place. Capri’s fabled beauty has charmed Roman Emperors, Russian revolutionaries and Hollywood stars for centuries. Kangaroo Island is one of those places that once you have fallen in love with it, you'll want to return time and time again, and you'll never tire of it. Most people are amazed how big the island is, being 150kms long and up to 90 kms wide in some places, being the third largest island off mainland Australia. What is amazing is how beautiful some of the coastal areas are, and at times you feel as though you are one of the few people in the world viewing them. At night, a walk along the beach can be opportune, as there is a colony of Fairy Penguins whom also walk along the foreshore.
If you are into geological formations, then Emu Bay also lies at the site of an unusual shale structure.
Right down in the south-west corner of the island, part of Flinders Chase National Park, Cape de Couedic is a rugged area battered by the waves from the Southern Ocean, which has led to some unique rock formations occurring in the area, including the popular well-visited Admiral's Arch. As well as being within a National Park, the waters surrounding this area are also classified as combined restricted access and a sanctuary zone which is good news for preserving the pristine environment, which is what makes K.I. Following the boardwalk from the Lighthouse takes you down to the amazing Admiral's Arch, which has been formed as the remnant of a cave shaped by pounding waves and constituted as a natural bridge. Still within the confines of Flinders Chase National Park is a place that has an apt name - yes, they are remarkable!


Nowadays the boardwalk leading down to the rocks from the carpark is even suitable for those people who are disabled, allowing even more opportunities to see the rocks in close proximity. Signage warns visitors of being careful when walking around the rocks particularly during bad weather, as the wet rocks can be lethal, not to mention getting too close to the edges that are exposed to high winds and strong waves. On the way east from Remarkable Rocks along the South Coast Road, it is worth dropping into Hanson Bay for a look, which boasts a wildlife sanctuary, and within that sanctuary bushwalking 90 minute guided tours are available so as to truly experience and appreciate this beautiful and pristine environment. The sanctuary also contains a famous "Koala Walk" which is a great opportunity to see groups of koalas in the wild. On the dirt road to Hanson Bay from the main South Coast Road, you come across the looming gates of the Southern Ocean Lodge, the place you always see in the glossy brochures with magnificent views and luxurious everything laid on.
Hanson Bay itself does offer self-contained cabins almost right on the beach, a lot more affordable than the Southern Ocean Lodge. Venturing further east back towards Kingscote on the South Coast Road lies Vivonne Bay, which has been recognised by the University of Sydney and voted as one of Australia's top beaches due to its crystal clear waters, cleanliness as well as privacy.
Again part of the area forms a conservation park, which helps preserve the wonderful environment in as natural a state as possible. Although the beaches here look great, there are warnings about the strong undertow and at times a sizeable swell, therefore is highly recommended only for strong swimmers.
The main island township of Kingscote hugs the coastline and even within these confines there are some great coastal areas, especially up around the historic Reeves Point. Hence the settlement was to last less than 4 years but at its peak, the population was around 300 living in 42 dwellings. Wildlife abounds in the Kingscote area as well, including being the home of the little penguin, the smallest penguins in the world and pelicans.
If you are into history, a wander around Reeves Point, one of South Australia's most important heritage sites, is a must.
Kangaroo Island in my eyes never fails to disappoint, so if you have never been, suggest you add it to your bucket list of places to visit, not that far away from where most of us live. WeekendNotes will notify you of the best free community events, concerts, exhibitions, cinema, festivals, and markets in your town or city.
In 1995, a Hubble photo showed the long axis of the spot at an estimated 13,020 miles across. The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore conducts Hubble science operations.
To also remove yourself from searches for specific user names, you will need to set your Flickr profile to be hidden from searches. Flickr Hive Mind is currently consuming about 13.6 terabytes of network bandwidth per year (not including the photos themselves)! One&Only Haymand Island is truly a remarkable get away for even the most well travelled jet setters. Drink Sangria along Sant Antoni de Portmany’s strip of mellow cafes, Blue Marlin or Cipriani for some sunset chilling. Head to the beautiful Psarou beach in Mykonos and do some sunset chilling at Namos Restaurant.
An exhilarating array of authentic cuisine and a global shopping mecca as well as pools to unwind in. This Mediterranean gem is the epitome of cool; from its cafes, Roman ruins, seascapes and smooth cocktails. Having visited recently for my fourth time, I made the most of the opportunity to experience some of what the island has to offer, including the diverse flora and fauna, the produce and the natural environment, particularly some of the coastal areas. Having the independence with your own vehicle or hiring a car is the best way to traverse the island which helps you also appreciate the size of K.I. For driving time, to give you some idea, it takes around 2 hours 30 minutes to drive from east to west, and luckily the main road is sealed, unlike times past when most of the roads were dirt. The great thing about this place is even during the height of summer, the area doesn't get that busy, so one of those almost secret destinations worthy of consideration.
Not only is the iconic photogenic spot on show, which I never tire of, but surrounding the area is the home of the New Zealand Fur Seal and several of them were seemingly enjoying lazing on the rocks resting from their previous dives and swims. On the approach to the rocks via some stunning coastline, these impressive natural sculptures are highlighted by bright orange lichen growing over the massive rocks with many intricate and weird shapes. If you think from afar that you may have seen something similar, then you may be right, as both Remarkable Rocks and Uluru have been both identified as examples of "domed inselbergs" (islands of rock). In amongst the 5,000 hectare sanctuary there are strong chances you will view kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, possums and bats as well as koalas, not to mention the myriad of birdlife. This is a place I can only dream of ever staying at, due to the cost but if you are into the high end luxury accommodation market in a fantastic environment, then this is the place for you to stay at.


The area is popular for swimming, snorkelling, canoeing and fishing and the sanctuary has been recognised as one of the most biodiverse and pristine eco-systems within Australia. The beach is long and sandy and is characterised by a jetty, where regular boats venture out to catch their fill of crayfish. Pelican Viewing Tours and Pelican Feeding Tours are available for booking which operate near the Kingscote jetty. Features include monuments dating from the first settlement, the old Mulberry tree, the first tree planted on South Australian soil, the old jetty, the first well sunk as well as the site of the first Post Office in South Australia. If you are into wildlife, natural pristine environments, great local produce such as honey, wine, lavender, eucalyptus and fresh seafood to name a few, adventure sports such as diving, hiking, quad biking, sand boarding and history, then K.I.
There are so many beach access on the island that it’s hard to choose one, but this is the best for me. The building is bright burnt orange with lots of beautiful plants and adorable refurbished wood. It’s pretty large area where you can choose to drive your car on the sand if its not high tide or you can park and just walk to the water. There are so many little spots hidden in this area that it’ll take you a long while to find them all.
Yet the other advantage during winter is how green the landscape is during this time of the year. The cape was named after one of Baudin's party and the lighthouse, which was built in the early 1900's, was erected following the many shipwrecks off the coast, including the Loch Vennachar and the Loch Sloy.
Interesting to find out that it has taken some 500 million years of rain, wind and pounding waves to form what is on view today.
Interestingly the middle part of the jetty was removed during World War 2 so as to deter possible Japanese invasion of landing on the island. Sadly the numbers of Little Penguins have been decimated by both natural predators such as the New Zealand Fur Seal and unnatural ones such as feral cats and rats etc, with an estimated population in 2013 of only around 154 breeding adults, down from 868 in 2007. One such winery overlooking the coast near Kingscote is the Bay of Shoals Winery and they do make a great Chardonnay if you are into whites. On a cold windy winter's day, you will be wind swept around the site as I was, however the area reveals much in putting together the pieces of a puzzle regarding early settlement of South Australia.
These locations are all beautiful in there own way, but again it’s not the spot that makes the photo. They have a beautiful long white bridge, a smaller bridge with a waterfall and a lots of nice green grass. It sits in the middle of the island on Corral st, so it’s a bit hidden from the main road.
This bridge is one of my favorite spots because it not only has a ton of beautiful greenery, but it also over looks the bay.
It’s the artist behind the camera which makes those spots worth raving about later on to other photog friends.
Make sure to arrive 30 minutes early to scope out the many hidden treasures before shooting. They have gorgeous shore houses all around the gazebo for rent and is mainly used for families, weddings, and couples. The photo below was a recent session I did for a client and I simply added the sky to make it have a pink hue. A little background about yours truly, I have been photographing on South Padre Island, Texas for about 4 years now and absolutely LOVE IT!
Once you enter the building and into the back there is a small fee for adults and children.
This location is private property, so be sure to ask for permission before taking your clients here.
Make sure to check the tide reports the night before to ensure you can either drive on the sand. Some locations are private property or they have a small session fee, so PLEASE  ask for permission before taking photos and stepping foot onto anyones property.



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