@ Ahavati,, wow, that is taking landscape photography to another level. If this is one of yours then i am giving up:)
Oh God No! That's from Hubble, I believe. I visit NASA a lot.
But, I do have a friend, Chris Walterman, who does astro photography that is absolutely amazing. Mindboggling how he does it with telescopes.
The above, a barred spiral galaxy (ngc 3344) is located in the Leo spur of the Virgo Supercluster of galaxies. It is about half the size of the Milky Way. The light we see left 22.5 million years ago when apes were first evolving on Earth.
Luna: lovely shot; they're like jewels.