When the sun goes down, the stars come out to play

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    A relatively short (1 hour) star trail I took last night. The moon was pretty full hence it looks so light. The bright star you can see on the bottom left is actually venus and not a star.

    As featured on digital-photography-school.com/long-exposure-photography

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    1. AmpamukA 60 months ago | reply

      Very nice photography , great job !!!

    2. Photography by Sharon Curran 59 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot - I really want to have a go at doing one of these pictures.

    3. GailParker 58 months ago | reply

      Brilliant, would love to try this sometime. lovely!

    4. Ram Iyer Photography 55 months ago | reply

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    5. Vaidas M 54 months ago | reply

      Great shot! I've been meaning to do some full moon star trails and this definitely convinced me I should do it some time soon :D

    6. srinivas.rs 53 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot..

    7. VadimBravo 45 months ago | reply

      this is trully amazing!

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    9. Eric Dewar Photography 34 months ago | reply

      stunning shot! i like the colours and the trails!! :D

    10. Carl Yeates 30 months ago | reply

      Stunning shot....

    11. cidaborn 29 months ago | reply

      Great star trail

    12. Hallotionael 28 months ago | reply

      what type of camera did you use

    13. thatboringfeed 23 months ago | reply

      Wow I know nothing about photography. I thought 5,6 and one hour exposure would have returned only white pixels... :[

    14. LOKKOPHOTO 5 months ago | reply

      This photo is invited to the group 'WALES ASTRONOMY PHOTOGRAPHY'


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