A 90-minute, 120 stacked images, star-trails shot at Horseshoe Bay

Clear skies and crazy stars!

The new moon evening turned out to be rather cloudy. Rather than shoot nothing though, I shot some light-trail images.

However, the next night was one of the most beautiful and clear I have seen.

I shot some Milky Way images first. Then I spent 90 minutes shooting long exposure, low ISO shots for compiling into a star-trail sequence.

The resulting image (above) is one of my favourites!

The half moon (waxing gibbous) is this evening, and another fun subject to shoot. I find the half moon more mysterious and interesting than (the still amazing) full moon.

Images will be shared soon.

Happy snapping y’all.

 

 

 

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