A United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket launched the Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) 4 communications satellite for the U.S. Air Force on 17 October 2018 at 12:15 a.m. from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station as seen here in a time exposure looking north over the Indian River Lagoon. Click to view my AEHF-4 launch gallery.
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A Brown Pelican, the species which Pelican Island National Wildlife Refuge is named after, on a rainy day flight over the Indian River Lagoon near the eponymous island. From the OspreyWatch project
Florida State Road 528 over the Indian River Lagoon heading westbound toward Orlando at sunset. Applied a slight blur to the image and suddenly it took on the appearance of a painting. Different car, same dirty windshield.
The boarded up antique shop, the last incarnation of this building from 1926, suffered some damage to its sign at some point. Most likely from the hurricane. Click here for a different view of this building.
With the constellation of Orion visible in the sky, the past weekend’s so-called “supermoon” illuminates the Indian River Lagoon and the slow moving clouds in this nighttime time exposure from the Fort Pierce waterfront looking southward.