An eclipse taken by an astronaut from the International Space Station? It’s not. "It’s actually a lovely piece of artwork done in 2009 by a [talented] Japanese artist who goes by the name A4size-ska on DeviantArt [a4size-ska.deviantart.com/art/Eclipse-144235675]. The bright Earth & Sun would wash out the background stars [& the Milky Way] in a picture like this." The artist did use real images of the Earth & Milky Way, just combined artistically. But not a real photo.
A nymph (Greek: νύμφη, nymphē) in Greek mythology and in Latin mythology is a minor female nature deity typically associated with a particular location or land form. Different from goddesses, nymphs...
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Ribbons: Yuehui Tang Dark values of yellow used on her hair and dress to make them pop off the drawing. Lighter values used for the skin; adding contrast to the darker values so that they aren't washed out and are strong together. -JGW
You Won't Believe This is a Solar Eclipse - TechEBlog--"Yes, the photo above is actually of a solar eclipse, an annular solar eclipse to be exact, and not a computer-rendered scene. To capture this stunning image, photography "nethskie" used a high magnification long focus lens (70-200 mm for a 35 mm camera)."