On the edge of the sun today, a cormorant fishing…
… and while we’re talking blue, here is one of the stranger views of earth from the International Space Station.
This was taken a week ago, but now it’s September and I’m feeling blue.
I thought I’d stepped back enough to capture the full length of the plasma ejection on the left… but it was longer than I thought. It was a good day for sun photos.
Looking back 28 minutes later, the mass ejection had grown some.
August 8th and August 10th
A long filament rotates with the sun and reaches the limb from our perspective, becoming an impressive solar prominence.