Starlight. Moonlight. City lights.(PID:34263145510) Source
posted by Doug Ingram alias nightscapades on Sunday 14th of May 2017 10:23:43 AM
Recently I posted a vertical panorama that I named “Moonlight feels right”, showing the Milky Way standing almost vertical over a slightly moonlit field and some trees, and way off in the distance a 142-year-old church. Today’s post features that same church but this time it’s up close and looking lovely in the moonlight while the Milky Way is keeling over towards the west. Since the moon had risen higher than when I took the other shots it was now above the fog cloaking the eastern horizon and its light was brighter. With the 20 second exposure used to capture the Milky Way’s detail the camera caught much more moonlight and so the church and the grass around it looks well lit up here. The moonlight was also bright enough to cast a selfie-shadow of me and my camera at the lower right of the shot. There’s a yellow-white glow coming from behind the church from the lights of Canberra, Australia’s capital city, about 50km (30mi) away. The large, bright and white orb above the power pole on the right is the planet Jupiter, very close to setting for another night. The sky looks a bit mottled and patchy due to fog that was thickening up and on the left you can see a few clouds that were drifting in and starting to ruin the party for me. After this it was time to drive home–with a safety sleep along the way–where I slumped into bed at 8:00am. This is a vertical panorama shot, created from 7 individual frames, each captured with Canon EOS 6D, Samyang 14mm @ f/2.8, 20 sec @ ISO 6400.
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