Images of the Week
This is a page testing the image capabilities of the WordPress theme.
You’ll see below a set of images set as large tiled columns with each image linking to its own attachment page. To make text fit as best I could I used the ‘Title’ property as the image title and credit and the ‘Caption’ as the image description. Take a look.
“A mesmerising lunar halo forms around our natural satellite, the Moon, in the night sky above Norway. The halo, also known as a moon ring or winter halo, is an optical phenomenon created when moonlight is refracted in numerous ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere.”
“Taken from Sefton Bivouac, the oldest hut in Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand, star trails spiral over the majestic mountains of the park and the seemingly peaceful village below.”
“The natural light of the Milky Way battles with the light pollution over the fishing village, or kelong, in Batu Pahat, Malaysia. In the lower right hand corner, there is also bioluminescence in the waters at the bottom of the kelong.”
“A couple takes in the awe-inspiring sight of the Northern Lights streaking across the night sky over the lagoon at Jokulsarlon, Iceland on Valentine’s night of 2016.”
“The shadow of Manua Kea, the highest peak in the state of Hawaii, is projected by the rising sun over the volcano, Hualalai, whilst the Full Moon soars above them, higher again.”
“Ancient petroglyphs are lit up by the glittering stars of the night sky in the Eastern Sierras in California, USA.”
The ‘Category’ set for Images of the Week should be ‘Images of the Week’ and ‘Images’ and the tags need to be Featured (should you want the main image to feature on the homepage at the top with other featured content), images of the week, sky watching and images.
I think it looks quite nice.