By Guiga Pirá.
Winner of the EyeEm 2017 ‘Great Outdoors’ photography award.
Dingle Harbour, Co. Kerry.
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By Andy Sheridan
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A meticulously rendered composite night-and-day ‘Little Planet’ image shot during the recent solar eclipse by Stephane Vetter at a single location near Magone Lake in Oregon.
All is explained here.
The shot of a lifetime, taken during yesterday’s solar eclipse by American photographer Kirsten Jorgensen.
Photographer Franco Banfi‘s shot of a pod of sperm whales at rest, hanging together motionless and vertical in the water.
The whales do this for about 6-24 minutes at a time, exhibiting signs of REM (dream) sleep, an activity that accounts for 7% of their life.
The phenomenon was accidentally discovered by a team of UK and Japanese researchers in 2008.
Andy Sheridan (the ‘Sheet’s favourite long exposurist) tweetz:
Dublin from Darkness into Light npening night; Thursday 22nd June 6-8pm The Copperhouse Gallery, Synge St, Dublin 8
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