zephyr illusions photo by donna October 1992. The view atop Chasseral, Jura Mountains looking across Switzerland to The Alps on the horizon. Fog, intensely thick, rising from Lac Bienne and stretching its fingers high onto the Lignières-Plateau de Diesse after wholly filling the valley below the plateau.

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

Stars aren't the only things to twinkle at night...

... so does Earth.


  1. damm.. that a lot of lights ;) i copied it for my blog (if you don't mind).

  2. hallo Prof. :)
    pretty amazing pic, isn't it? says something about both energy usage and population density. i love looking at satellite imagery because we can get such a different perspective on things that we tend to take for granted.
    and, i don't mind at all that you've added it to your blog.... you've a great blog, i enjoy reading it :)
    besides, it's NASA's work we are admiring, not mine, so they deserve the credit ;)