I know it looks Photoshopped to high hell, but this is an actual photograph of a plane trying its damnedest to eclipse the moon. It reminds me of the scene in the original Batman when the Batwing eclipses the moon, except less badass because that one formed the Bat-signal and this one formed clipart.
Photographer Chris Thomas in South East Queensland, Australia used a moon tracker in a place where there was a decent amount of airplane traffic to capture the photo, using an exposure time of 1/250th of a second.
Good looking, Chris. It just goes to show that, with enough time, patience and equipment, anybody can take a picture nobody else will ever believe is real. ADMIT IT CHRIS -- ADMIT IT'S SHOPPED!
Stunning photo of plane crossing in front of the moon [dvice]
Thanks to The Podiatrist, who claims the sight of too many bunions and ingrown toenails has ruined his fetish. Your fetish and my lunch both, buddy.
This is a video of a Boeing 767 making an emergency landing in Warsaw after its landing gear failed to deploy. There were 230 people on board, but nobody was injured. Soaked in shit and piss, yes.
It appears the Polish Lot aircraft, en route from New York, circled the city t... / Continue →
Geekologie Reader and photographer Douglas Saunders decided to see what would happen if he took a picture with his iPhone 4 through the eyepiece of his uncle's telescope. This is the resulting image. Pretty impressive, huh? I thought so. So impressive, in fact, I was inspir... / Continue →
Now I know what you're thinking, "WTF GW -- another freaking rainbow?!" But it ain't. This is NOT a rainbow. I repeat (for the high and habitual sentence skippers), this is NOT a rainbow. IT'S A MOONBOW, YOUNG'N! What's a moonbow? Beats me, but it better shoot arrows!
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