Rotation II

Photo by Artlover/LH
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Another picture with long exposure. This time I went out to look for the Pole star in the sky, after midnight when it was cold outside (brrr...). You have to make sacrifices in order to take these kinds of pictures. But it's fun to see the results:-). It is the star, which is static in the sky while the other stars leave traces behind while the shutter is open when the Earth's axis rotates. It is seen as a white dot on the top side, in the middle of the picture.

Exposure 1685,0 sec, f/4,2, Focal Length 15,0 mm, ISO 200. Lens: 10.0-24-0 mm, f/3,5-4,5.
The image is processed in Lightroom 2.


Posted for Skywatch Friday

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Very cool shot...and you deserve it being out there in that cold! :)
EG Wow sa…
This is very cool! Great!
clairz sa…
This is a wonderful photo. Thank you for sharing it with your Skywatch pals!
Sylvia K sa…
Way cool for the day! Terrific capture! Enjoy your weekend!

Sylvia
Kcalpesh sa…
Beautifully done!! Terrific capture!!


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beautiful photo

Happy SWF! Have a good weekend,

Regards, Bram

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ladyfi sa…
Lovely shot! Thanks for sacrificing yourself! ;-)
Nina sa…
Riktigt cool bild! Känns harmonisk!
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I enjoy your blog very much, you inspire me.
Viola sa…
WoW!! I'm impressed!! Dette var skikkelig et intellektuelt foto!! Det der skulle jeg aldri ha klart! :)

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