Interesting Photo of the Day: Full Moon Sea Stack

We take for granted the fact that the earth has been evolving for millions of years and will continue to do so.  We can still see structures that show us how much our home planet has gone through. This image of Downpatrick Head in Ireland by photographer Max Malloy is an excellent example:

Downpatrick Head Seastack Ireland

“Downpatrick Head Under Full Moon Light” by Max Malloy (Via Reddit. Click image to see full size.)

Malloy took this single shot image during a full moon at f/4 and ISO 3200 using a Canon 16–35mm lens. The majestic sea stack being struck with the brawling ocean while the beautiful stars shine from above make for a beautiful composition.

If somebody told you that this image was from some another planet, would you believe it?

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One response to “Interesting Photo of the Day: Full Moon Sea Stack”

  1. David Beard says:

    No, it’s not from another planet, and, NO, the earth has NOT been here for millions of years. Read your Bible.

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