This incredible eight-minute time lapse shows the largest sunspot in about 22 years – a period covering two lunar cycles.
The camera was hidden away inside a costume that resembled a fluffy emperor penguin chick, and the penguins accepted it as one of their own, enabling the researchers to monitor the natural behaviour of the animals up close.
We’ve all been that fortunate situation where almost every element of a photograph comes together; the composition, the landscape, the lighting, the subject. But there’s just one thing holding the picture back; the sky. And unfortunately it’s completely out of your control. Or is it?
This week we’d like you to ditch the distraction of colour and shoot only monochrome images.