Sextant used by Captain Robert Falcon Scott to fix the position of the South Pole, Antarctica on January 17th 1912 [1600 x 1200]
From a January storm. Sea water flying over the waves in the setting sun creating a nice effect.
[3840×2160] 2018 January, Hamburg, F225
“A Walk in the Park” – a psychonaut’s morning stroll. 3d fractal image, Mandelbulb, January 2017.
Here’s my Blood Moon shot from January. Taken with a single exposure. [3697 x 5832] [oc]
Roselawn Cemetery sleeping quietly under January snow, Toronto [OC 5184 x 3456]
Warsaw Confederation, 28 January 1573 [3000×2155]
Washington, DC National Mall snowstorm, January 2019 [OC] [4032×3024]
A telecommunications tower is seen on the top of a snow-covered slope on Mount Parnitha, near Athens, Greece, on January 4, 2019.
USS Sturtevant (DD-240), progress picture, stern view, at New York Shipbuilding Company, Camden, New Jersey, January 1918 [2244 x 2871]
This is what happens when a basketball-size chunk of molten rock, known as a lava bomb, hits the water near a volcano like the Kilauea. This photo by Alla Petropavlovska taken in January 2017 dramatically visualizes the ourcome
Iberian Ibex running free in the mountains above Barcelona January 2019
In Prague, Olšany cemetery, January 2019
The super blood wolf moon, a.k.a. the lunar eclipse of January 20th, 2019, as seen from California. Exposure time 8 seconds (stack of 16 exposures, 0.5 seconds each). [OS][3500×2333]
USS Lexington (CV-2) port bow view, in drydock #3 at Boston Navy Yard, 11 January 1928. [2771 x 1968]
R/V MANTA, launched January 15, 2008 , Bellingham, Washington / high-speed Teknicraft catamaran for research and monitoring activities in the waters of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. [900×675]
Manila Bay in Philippines after thousands of people volunteered to clean it up this January 2019. (Not my pic) #trashtag
Musa, a 25-year-old Kurdish marksman, stands atop a building as he looks at the destroyed Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, on January 30, 2015 [3000 x 1687]
The implosion of the Jacksonville City Hall Annex, January 2019.
A stern view of the guided missile destroyer USS ARLEIGH BURKE (DDG-51) in floating dry dock AFDB-3. January 1991. [850×1020]
HMNZS Aotearoa being built; Ulsan, South Korea; January 2019 [1200×800]
On top of Coyote Wall, White Salmon Washington. [4000×3000] [OC] January 15th 2018.
“A shark said to be ‘Deep Blue’, one of the largest ever recorded great white sharks, swims off the coast of Hawaii [United States of America], January 15 .” Photo credit: @JuanSharks / @OceanRamsey / Juan Oliphant / oneoceandiving.com via… Continue Reading
USS Cushing (TB-1), showing her twin four-bladed propellers and rudder. Photo taken prior to the ship’s launching from Herreshoff Manufacturing Co., Bristol, RI. January 23, 1890. [900 x 1000]
It’s a huge deal in Ontario Canada when the neighbour brings out the SV in January!