The Surface of the Sun

Surface of the Sun

Surface of the Sun

Interesting fact: The dark marks are sunspots; a temporary phenomena of the photo-sphere of the Sun, generally formed when the magnetic field lines are warped. They are cooler than the surrounding yellow areas; being only around 3 to 4000 K, compared with nearly 6000 K .

Photo taken with my trusty point and click Canon on maximum zoom.

Wait a minute! How can you take a photo of the Sun?

Only when you are really capturing Sun Flowers!

African Daisy 1

African Daisy 1

African Daisies – the Other Sun Flowers!

African Daisies 2

African Daisies 2

Gotcha!

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19 thoughts on “The Surface of the Sun

  1. ady

    For a minute you puzzled me ! One can take pictures of Sun like that with simple cameras ! Why didn’t I think so ! And then I got a kick from brain 😀 I love the brilliant colors 😀 Your garden is very beautiful indeed 🙂

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      Thank you – and it’s a pleasure. 🙂 What I like about these African Daisies is that I just stuck them in the flower bed as baby plantlets and basically forgot about them. Then I noticed one day – Bright Flowers! 🙂

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