High Coo – August 19 – World Photography Day

Pacific Ocean from the Space Station – https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/images/index.html

Today we celebrate the photographic process first patented in 1839 by the French government. The word “photography” was first coined by British scientist Sir John Herschel also in 1839 and the word means “light drawing” or “drawing the light.” Read more about World Photography Day here: https://nationaltoday.com/world-photo-day/

The picture above is one of many from the American National Association for Space Administration (NASA) which monitors how the planet is changing and shares the pictures with scientists across the planet for their research. See more photos here: https://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/overview/index.html

How has photography changed your life? How has photography better revealed your world?

Today’s haiku: World Photography Day

Capturing essence

or at least one perspective

of what enthralls us

Please share a favorite picture that enthralls you. Here’s one of my recent pictures:

Zorro recovering

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