Hi guys 🙂
Here is a version of a previous posted shot 🙂
Way more pleased with this one 🙂
The darkenss in this is so dark and the colors are deeper in this and i think the final result is just the way i like it 🙂 🙂
Just gotta love Norway when this sort of displays appear 🙂
Hope you like it 🙂
I was lucky enough to spend an afternoon at the Port Fairy Lighthouse in Victoria Australia and captured some stunning panoramics. I find the vertical pano more difficult to get right than a horizontal, even though it’s only 2 frames getting the composition right and everything in focus requires some skill, not to mention dealing with the ocean smashing against the rocks.
To be the family that lived in this lighthouse for over 30 years, only going into town once a month for supplys would be such an increbile experience, the solitude and commitment would be so testing, then I think about how we live our lives now and realise what were missing.
Taken at the Oberblegisee in the canton of Glarus at 1’422m. I’ve seen a lot of photos of this place in daylight so I checked it out in google earth and it seemed that all factors for good Milky Way shots should be given. The mountain Glärnisch (2914m) blocks all the light from the bigger cities in the back and there’s no light at all during the night at the lake. The forecast predicted crystal clear skies and due to the month may the center of the milky way should just have become visible. 2h by train and 2h of hiking later I’ve reached the place and took my first shot. I was overwhelmed because this was the first time I’ve seen the Milky Way that clear in Switzerland. There is a little light pollution to the right from Glarus (10km away) and to the right from Chur (50km away) but it’s not to bad considering this shot was taken at ISO 6400. Btw. it is a 12 images stitched photo.