Hope this is not too medical. Long story...short version. My wife received a new hip prosthetic in October 2016. All good. In March 2017, she had a bad accident and shattered her femur. Long recovery with complications. All good again. I merged two photos and colored the parts. Medical enough? (The photos are technically mine as I photographed the surgeon's x-ray screen.)
How about a soap bubble?
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Okay not technically a rocket, but a jet. Jet engines and rockets work on the same principle. The main difference between them is that jets get the oxygen to burn fuel from the air and rockets carry their own oxygen, which allows them to operate in space.
May 28, 2018 flying high overhead (of course) at about 10 km high. 400-mm lens and cropped hard. Perhaps someone has a shot of an actual space rocket, so I won't suggest a new item.
Clive, here's your rocket!!! I shot this 04/05/2010 at 6:27am. The launch was Cape Canaveral, and I was in Sarasota, which I would estimate to be about 150-160 miles apart! We've been travelling, and I didn't have access to this picture earlier! But it was quite amazing to see it from that distance.
Wayne, that's hardly something to hang on a wall, but that is very cool! Good you took that shot. Nice. Thanks.
jackscrap is still looking for a newspaper.
Clive, you're absolutely correct, but being so late, I thought it was a unique picture for the occasion, as that morning when I got up I really didn't think it would be visible from that distance. I have a series of liftoff pictures from the second last shuttle launch of The Endeavor in 2011 taken from Titusville, just across from The Cape, which I made into a presentation with ProShow Producer.