Moon light over Sedona, Arizona
During a near fullmoon, the landscape of Sedona Arizona glows under the stars of night. A long exposure created the ethereal mood, a view which cant be seen with the naked eye.
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Smelter - Morenci, Arizona, USA
Smelter - Morenci Copper Mine, Arizona, USA. The Detroit Copper Company started mining at Morenci in 1872. Copper Queen Consolidated Mining bought the property in 1885, with the company name being changed to Phelps Dodge in 1917. Date: circa 1905
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Lightning over Tucson, USA
Lightning. Night-time view of multiple bolts of lightning striking the ground in a city with the moon in the sky. Lightning occurs when a large electrical charge builds up in a cloud. This is probably due to the rapid movement of water droplets and ice particles within the cloud. Large thunderclouds generally have very turbulent interiors. The charge induces an opposite charge on the ground, and a few "leader electrons" travel to the ground. When one makes contact, there is a huge backflow of energy up the path of the electron. This produces a bright flash of light and temperatures of up to 30, 000 degrees celsius. Photographed in Tucson, Arizona, USA.
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