Category Archives: Snapshot

The story or technical details behind a single image.

Mexico’s Yucatan is filled with mysterious cenotes such as this one, Samula, located just 7km west of the Colonial city of Valladolid. These sinkholes are a result of rainwater repeatedly hitting porous limestone which causes the bedrock to eventually collapse and expose underground water and caverns. Many of these pools that are now used for […]

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Driving home from Frankfort, Kentucky, I saw this tobacco barn not far from the highway near Shelbyville. Spotting one of these tobacco barns is not so easy anymore as tobacco farming is becoming a rare find in a land where tobacco was once the king of crops. In fact, 90% of all tobacco farms have […]

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Last night, on September 27, 2015, the super moon and lunar eclipse combined to create a rare celestial event that will not be repeated until 2033. This type of lunar eclipse has only happened 5 times since 1900, so consider yourself lucky if you were among the thousands of people staring up into the sky […]

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