The night sky

This photo was composed from 329 exposures, each of 30 seconds, for a total of nearly three hours of shooting.

It’s a view of the night sky over Bristol, looking generally northwards (all the stars rotate around the pole star Polaris, remember?).

I think it’s beautiful.

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