For those curious: Shot on the Sony A7ii, 28mm f/2.0 lens.
The mountain looks like a mammoth 😮
I want to sleep there and just look into the sky
Lead image on the BBC News app ! Well done sir !
Did you see the Geminid meteor shower? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-46565584
Since the stars are not trailing, and assuming focal length of around 20mm, exposure cannot be more than 30s(roughly).
So the op got to see 10 meteors in 30s, averaging at 1200 meteors per hour (or got really lucky in one span of 30s). Either that, or this is not a single exposure and/or is fake. You know what is more likely.
My first thought was that he stacked multiple images to get that many in one shot; still a cool pic.
What exposure time?
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Thank you Bot, good Bot.
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The view is out toward the Isles of Bharraigh, Fudaigh, Fiaraidh and Lingaidh. All in the Caolas Bharraigh. Which is a stretch of water between South Uist (Uibhist a'Deas) and Bharraigh.
This is where the famous SS Politician sunk during the second world war filled with a load of with which the locals recovered the night after. This story was portrayed in 1949 film Whisky Galore!. (The 2016 version is terrible and wasn't even filmed on the island which is disgraceful)
Hey fellow Sauerländer, ex Bruchhauser here.
Awesome ! Would you mind telling us about your settings and editing ?
This picture is made 2 years ago, it was a fresh autumn morning with fog. 🍁👌🏻
No snow there yet I see, hoping to get to ski there soon.
My first thought, as well. Trying to spot dementors.
How does a formation like this exist? It’s confusing me
Kinda looks like where Voldemort hid a horcrux, too.