Photon Worshippers by Steven Christenson

Photon Worshippers

Steven Christenson

Fine art poster

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Photon Worshippers

This beautiful image, which shows the setting sun shining directly through the archway of a large rock formation at Pfeiffer Beach in Big Sur, California. This happens for a few days each year, and the event has become very popular with photographers. Born digital photograph entitled 'Photon Worshippers' by Steven Christenson, taken on 23rd December 2009 on Pfeiffer Beach, Big Sur, California Taken with a Canon EOS 50D DSLR camera; Canon 10-22 mm lens at 10 mm; Manfrotto tripod Winner of the People and Space category of Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2010

Object number:ZBA8690
Date: 2009
Artist: Steven Christenson

  • Image reference: SCH0001

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