Omega Sunset

Photographer
Mohammad Karami
Email
lost_galaxy_2006@yahoo.com
Location of photo
Caspian Sea
Date/Time of photo
8/26/2012 7:31 PM
Equipment
fuji HS20 finpix exr with tele720 lens
Description
A mirage of an astronomical object is a naturally occurring optical phenomenon, in which light rays are bent to produce distorted or multiple images of an astronomical object. The mirages might be observed for such astronomical objects as the Sun, the Moon, the planets, bright stars and very bright comets. The most commonly observed are sunset and sunrise mirages.
CATEGORIES
Online Gallery, Sun & Moon Pictures
mohammad-karami

About Mohammad Karami

I am 26 years old from Iran . I have been living in Cyprus since early 2016 . I have been studying Master of marketing in EMU university of Cyprus . Photography Activities: -Main member of International Federation of Photographic Art (FIAP) - since 2011 -Main member of National Iranian Photographers Society- since 2013 - B level (main) photographer, representative of International Federation of Photographic Art in Iran since 2015 - member of Isfahan Photographers Society - Since 2013 -2013- Selected picture award at International Exhibition of Photography held by Photographic Society of America (PSA) - 2014- Selected picture award at International Exhibition of Photography held by Photographic Society of America (PSA) -2013- Participated in the 8th Emirates Photography Competition, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - 2012- Participated in the 7th Emirates Photography Competition, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - 2013- Participated in Group Photo Exhibition entitled Bargah-e-Honar (Art Court), held in Bon-Bast Gallery, Tehran, Iran - 2012- Participated in Group Photo Exhibition entitled Giti-e-Iran (Iranian Cosmos), held in Bon-Bast Gallery, Tehran, Iran - 2012: participation in Iranian Photographers Society {10 Days with Photographers} at Khaneh Honarmandan-Tehran - 2012- Participated in the 7th Emirates Photography Competition, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates I love the night sky with million point of light...