Astronaut made fascinating photos of Earth from the ISS

Астронавт сделал завораживающие фото Земли с МКС

The pictures show some unusual views from the ISS

The pictures show a rare paint that is difficult to compare even with the colourful paintings of artists.

Astronaut Luca Parmita from the International space station made a bright images of the Earth. Some of them look like pictures painted with watercolor. This writes the Express.

Italian Luca Parmitano is one of six astronauts currently working onboard the ISS. In his spare time he makes from a height of 402 km of fascinating photos of the Earth.

Some images capture the azure waters and white Sands of the Bahamas.

“When nature is painting: over the past six years I have many times dreamed of such colors… but even a dream pales in comparison to the beauty of reality,” – said the astronaut.

When nature paints in watercolours: I’ve dreamt such colours so many times in the past 6 years… but even dreams pale, compared to the beauty of reality. #MissionBeyond

— Luca Parmitano (@astro_luca) 18 August 2019 R.

Other photos show a beautiful “canvas” of the clouds over the water. These intricate patterns look fascinating and beautiful.

Aeree geometrie attraggono il mio sguardo e mi sorprendono – cielo, acqua e nuvole in un gioco di mutevole perfezione. / Aerial geometries attract my gaze and surprise me – sky, water and clouds in a game of ever-changing perfection. #MissionBeyond

— Luca Parmitano (@astro_luca) 18 August 2019 R.

Earlier it was reported that astronaut showed giant circles of clouds over the Indian ocean.

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