Morning Milky Way
Taken by Ruslan Merzlyakov on February 16, 2019 @ Råbjerg Mile, Denmark
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The Lost World.
Its again time to wake up at 3 in the morning to chase the Milky Way before the stars will disappear in in the bright summer nights, here in the Northern Hemisphere.
That night I drove 50 km to the Northern Europes largest sand dune - Råbjerg MIle in N Denmark. All this just to photograph the Milky Way in the 30 minutes room between the moonset (86%) and the end of astronomical twilight. As the night was fading out, the scenery of Råbjerg Mile started to fill with the warm, golden, pre-sunrise morning light.

Canon EOS 6Da + Samyang 24mm f/1.4 + iOptron skytracker
30 seconds, f/2, ISO 1250-2000, HDR panorama


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