It is quite awesome for a mid-European to take photos in places where the light pollution isn’t that high, this are moments we never get to see here at home because of our big cities.
I will definitely go back to that place one day!
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This image is a blend of two, the fields and barn were taken a bit earlier in the evening to capture light and detail. It is best viewed on black.
Thanks for looking.
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The Temple of Antas is an ancient Carthaginian-Roman temple in the commune of Fluminimaggiore, southern Sardinia, Italy. It is located in an area colonised by the Carthaginians and then by the Romans, attracted by its iron and lead deposits.
It consists of a Roman temple, under whose steps are the remains of the Carthaginian one, which was dedicated to the god Sid Addir, a later incarnation of the local god Sardus Pater Babai, the main male divinity of the Nuragic civilization.
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Ancient Neighbors; Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, California. This tree may be old (4-5000 years) but it is dwarfed in comparison by the 13.2 billion year old Milky Way that watches above. I first shot here back in October of last year when it was 9 degrees out (with fresh cougar tracks in the snow) and made the decision to come back when the threat of death wasn’t as likely. I’m glad I did since the summer MW is brightest this time of year. Enjoy!
Zeiss Distagon T* 2,8/21 ZE
Stars: 4 minutes (SkyTracker), F2.8, ISO 800
Foreground: 2 minutes, F/4.5, ISO 400, light painted with LED’s
LR5 -> CS6
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Spaces in my 2014 NightScape Workshops schedule are still available.
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