Eternity and astrophotographer
"Star trails are very much a 'classic' of astrophotography, and this one is terrifically brilliant! The stars take on a dizzying intensity, their relentless course only interrupted by the ISS shooting across the sky." Melanie Vandenbrouck Born digital photograph entitled 'Just Missed the Bullseye', taken on 12th January 2016 by Scott Carnie-Bronca, in Harrogate, South Australia. Taken with a Canon 70D camera, 17mm, f/5.6 lens, ISO 1600, 30 - second exposure Highly Commended in the Young Competition category of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2016.
Object number: ZBA8086
- Image reference: YZV0001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. Courtesy of the artist.
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