A small fraction of that scattered energy is directed back toward the radar. ;-) This is not a "beautiful" image, but it is high enc and certainly eye-catching, even in thumb size. This image was taken back in June 2006, just a month after the Australian Garden opened and before the spring growth and changes.It shows a gas mask of the type that was distributed to civilians in Finland during WWII. It was taken in the late winter afternoon to avoid the crowds and to capture the best lighting and shadows on the dunes and across the gardens.While this has adversely affected the sky on the left where the sun was setting, in my opinion that does not diminish the encyclopaedic information or quality of the image as the garden itself is beautifully lit.
I mean, can you say, with 100% certainty, that the US Mint will give you a coin just like in the picture? --293, 2 January 2007 (UTC)If you lowered the red channel in other areas then the red on the flowers would be "redder" relative to the rest of the image and you can get more red in the image without blowing it out.
HDR doesn't necessarily have to be for brightness, the same principle applies to colors too --froth This high resolution image of the HUDF includes galaxies of various ages, sizes, shapes, and colors.
The smallest, reddest galaxies, about 100, are some of the most distant galaxies to have been imaged by an optical telescope, existing when the universe was just 800 million years old.
Nomination I found this picture and it is amazing!! Is there anything that the picture needs to make it better?
Here is the picture: Daniel10 , 27 December 2006 (UTC) can also be added to the list of sockpuppets of Daniel10, and warned for a personal attack against Adrian Pingstone. —Vanderdecken∴ ∫ξφ , 30 December 2006 (UTC)I'm not a troglodyte, but I understand that Lechuguilla Cave is considered to be the finest cave in the world for its collection of crystaline limestone cave formations (most particularly the 'Chandelier Ballroom', although I think this photo is the better illustration).
It was only discovered 20 years ago, but access is severly resticted and essentially impossible for the general public, so I suspect we are quite lucky to have this illustration by Dave Bunnell.Principle of radar: The radar emits a burst of energy (green).If the energy strikes an object (rain drop, bug, bird, etc), the energy is scattered in all directions (blue). User: Janke An attractive high quality panoramic image of the Red Sand Garden in the newly opened Australian Garden at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Cranbourne, Victoria, Australia.I believe this is a high quality picture of a penguin swimming.It meets the size requirement and is appealing to the eye.My only complaint about it would be the red tag on its wing, but that can be photoshoped out.