THROWBACK THURSDAY: Review of “Photos of the Week” from April 28th, 2016.
LOOKING BACK AT SOME “PHOTOS OF THE WEEK, I CAME ACROSS THIS ONE. REALLY LOVED THESE PHOTOS AND THOUGHT I WOULD SHARE THESE AGAIN:______________________
This week’s “Photos of the Week” have been really exciting to find. I am just amazed at this weeks treasured photos. Beautiful, amazing, incredible. I hope you will also agree. But, they all come from all over the world, as you will see, and I hope you enjoy them this week.
Whoa! This stunning shot might look too good to be true, but photographer Jeff Berkes planned this shot a year in advance. It definitely paid off. Taken on September 27, 2015, it shows Old Faithful Geyser at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming glowing in the orange light of a lunar eclipse. At 8:13 pm, the moon entered maximum eclipse and at 8:15 pm, the park’s famous geyser erupted. As Jeff said, “The stars literally aligned this night for me.” This 10-second single exposure courtesy of Jeff Berkes. — with Jeff Berkes Photography in Yellowstone National Park.
Photo by Marco Migliardi
Landscape Photographer Magazine Photographer of the Week
Photo by Bob Miller
Congratulations to this week’s winners of “Photos of the Week”. Incredible photos from all over the world, magazine winners, as well as posted on Facebook and other social media. They are great ones, and I hope you will share them.