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Black Holes In Photos

postedPosted in Photography, Science on January 19th, 2012 by glennm

It would be absolutely fantastic if scientists could actually take a picture of the event horizon of a black hole. Since as we now know, even Hawking was wrong in hypothesizing that nothing escapes…


Taking a picture of a black hole, an object so gravitationally bound that not even photons of light can escape, sounds like an oxymoron, but astronomers this week will attempt to do just that. What they’re hoping to glimpse is something called the “event horizon” — the swirl of matter and energy that are visible around the rim of the black hole just before it falls into the abyss.

Astronomers Aim To Take First Picture of Black Hole | Discovery News.

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A Blood Red Moon

postedPosted in Photography, Science, Stuff on December 9th, 2011 by glennm

linar eclipse

At 7:45am EST, this Saturday morning’s upcoming lunar eclipse may be a little late for me. So California friends, please watch and report!!

“For people in the western United States, the eclipse is deepest just before local dawn,” NASA scientists said in a statement. “Face west to see the red moon sinking into the horizonas the sun rises behind your back. It’s a rare way to begin your day.”

Dec. 10 Total Lunar Eclipse | Eclipse Viewing & Skywatching |

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Fleet Week

postedPosted in Photography, Travel on October 11th, 2011 by glennm

The Blue Angels perform over Alcatraz Island and San Francisco Bay during Fleet Week celebrations, Saturday, Oct. 8, 2011.

Blue Angels


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Nice Day for Monumental DC

postedPosted in Photography, Politically Incorrect on May 4th, 2011 by glennm

This photo of the U.S. Capitol building was taken Wednesday afternoon from the Newseum’s rooftop terrace. The Canadian Embassy (with waving flags) is on the left, the East Wing of the National Gallery of Art is on the right.

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AC Milan

postedPosted in Photography, The Sporting Life on June 6th, 2010 by glennm

These are a sample of my photos from a “friendly” match between DC United and AC Milan — featuring international superstar Ronaldinho — with son Allan a few weeks ago at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC.

See the full gallery on posterous

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The Biggest Oil Spills in History

postedPosted in Photography, Stuff on May 3rd, 2010 by glennm

Louisiana oil spill

If current estimates for the Deepwater Horizon oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico are correct, the massive spill could eventually dwarf that of Exxon Valdez spill of 1989 — previously the largest in U.S. history — by as much as three times. At a rate of 5,000 barrels a day, for an estimated 90 days, well over 20 million gallons of crude could be pumped out onto the Louisiana coastline.

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Steamboat Skiing

postedPosted in Photography on March 4th, 2010 by glennm

Just a couple of photos from this week’s mini ski vacation with son Allan in Steamboat Springs, Colorado.


Allan Takes on NASTAR


Slopeside Grill, Steamboat

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Washington Monument in Snow

postedPosted in Photography on December 23rd, 2009 by glennm

See all the photos at glenn’s posterous or flikr.


Washington Monument 12-23-09

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The Great Blizzard of ’09

postedPosted in Photography on December 20th, 2009 by glennm

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Snowdrifts Everywhere

Snowdrifts Everywhere

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Scary Indeed

postedPosted in Media Matters, Photography, Social Media, Travel on January 15th, 2009 by glennm

Just the thought of being in the icy waters of the Hudson River in the winter is enough to make one’s skin crawl. US Airways Jet Crashes Into Hudson River off New York City [ABC News]. But looking at photos and video of today’s aircraft floating in the river is scary, very scary indeed.


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