Basic Guidelines: Nature based subject matter. Please, declare captive subjects. Keep your image at/under 700 pixels on the long axis for in-line viewing and try to keep file size under 300kb. Note that this includes photos hosted off-site at Flicker, Photobucket, your own site, etc. Feel free to link your image to a larger version. In the strictest sense, nature photography should not include hand of man elements. Please refrain from images with obvious buildings or large man made structures like roads, fences, walls. Minimize man made features and keep the focus on nature. Are you new to this thread? We post one image per week. For more details on guidelines please read this helpful information. Monday Greetings, Happy New Year to all. We have another year of Mondays in the future and there's no telling what they may bring. But what about other places? In that galaxy far, far away they don't even mention days of the week. Is there a Monday on Risa, or is it perpetual Friday...night that is. With it's many suns the nature photography would be wonderful. Step through a Stargate on Monday and who knows what day it will be on the other side? How many Mondays passed from sunset on Caprica to a new dawn as a weary crew landed on nature rich Earth? Closer to home and reality there are 258 known planetary systems, including our own. There are plenty of Mondays, but sometimes they fly by pretty quickly. It zips by on 51 Peg b, with an orbit of only .01158 Earth years. Head to epsilon Reticulum (sounds like fungal sci-fi) and it's lone planet has just a few more Mondays that we do. What kind of nature would be posted on a Monday in the iota Draconis Planetary System? What celestial nature would be visible from the second planet in the Ursae Majoris System with it's 7 year orbit? Whether you're on the first, third, or fifth rock from 55 rho Canceri A, you'll have more Mondays than can be imagined. You can check out more here. Grab a guide and hitch a ride to any planet with a Monday, Monday in Nature that is.