Light Pollution Near Tenerife, Canary Islands

Light Pollution by cestomano.com / © Some rights reserved.
Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives license.

(Thanks, Jilly)

More on light pollution

~ by lolarusa on May 26, 2008.

8 Responses to “Light Pollution Near Tenerife, Canary Islands”

  1. Hello Jilly

    It’s a wonderful picture. The light looks like the magma of a vulcan.

    I write a Matura project about light pollution and I would like to ask you if I’m allowed to use your picture?

    Best regards
    Ramona

  2. Hello Ramona,

    The picture is licensed under a Creative Commons non-commercial license, so you can use it if you won’t be making any money from it. The photo is from cestomano.com.

  3. Hey, I’m a new blogger you can find here at this url http://homelightinginformation.blogspot.com. I thought it would be beneficial for both of us to do a blogroll link exchange. Please let me know if you’re interested. davidcllgr@gmail.com

    Dave

  4. Hello, Dave. I don’t see anything on your blog about light pollution.

  5. Indeed a great pic! Used it for the title page of a research project report. You can find it at http://www.ciesin.columbia.edu/publications.html (‘Global Assessment of Light Pollution Impact on Protected Areas’).
    Cheers, Chris

  6. Great picture! Using for a research paper.

  7. Amazing picture, using it in a research paper

  8. that is so sad that the light from the city is lighting up the mountain even though that from the lighting of the sky it should have a shadow on the mountain that is seeable

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