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Planet Aminus-3 discovered - II

Posted by
Shuva Brata Deb (Bangalore, India) on 8 December 2006 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

...continuing my journey from 4th July 2006 where I rediscovered Planet Aminus-3, this shot was taken on my way back to planet Earth(My camera lens was not wide enough to get the whole of the Red Planet in the frame). As you can see I was always just a few feet away from the satellite. I hear that in my absense quite a bit of progress has been made on Earth--they are talking of water in Mars and staging a permanent base at Moon and also re-wiring ISS cmpletely.

But before this planet and my vehicle was born, there existed three images: one was a 3 inches wide potato shot, the other a tomato and the other a 4 inches wide prototype of a communication satellite made by ISRO.

Manuela Photography from Hainburg (near Frankfurt/Main), Germany

Very creative Shuva!

8 Dec 2006 8:24am

Prashanth from Bengalooru, India

lovely creation...

8 Dec 2006 8:47am

Duncan Galbraith from kyoto, Japan

hehe! great creativity shuva. Love your commentary.

8 Dec 2006 10:40am

navin from India

Brilliant composition. If I had not seen the screws on the satellite, I would have believed it was the real thing. You have taken one hell of a fine shot

8 Dec 2006 11:20am

Angry Buddha from United States

Very creative, nice work....welcome back from the cosmos.

8 Dec 2006 11:55am

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Excellent work.

8 Dec 2006 1:55pm

Ashish Sidapara from Singapore, Singapore

Wow, amazing stuff!!

8 Dec 2006 2:00pm

badala from Leiria, Portugal

Great title

8 Dec 2006 2:30pm

Ryan Yam from Quezon City, Philippines

Lol, I saw your old post. Really cool :) That white thing under the satellite looks like a really good white chocolate chip cookie >:)

8 Dec 2006 3:30pm

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

Aha! I always thought the moon was a potato!

8 Dec 2006 5:00pm

M.E. from Encino, United States

how clever! you fooled me there for awhile. LOL!

8 Dec 2006 9:00pm

Darren from Japan

Wow Shuva you must have a pretty big zoom lens. Anyway it almost looks real good work

8 Dec 2006 11:53pm

Craig Persel from Montreal, Canada

Very creative. Well done.

9 Dec 2006 11:23am

Martin from a small village in Lower Austria, Austria

Great, looks almost real!

9 Dec 2006 5:11pm