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Hugo Valle's picture

Illuminating the South

March 27, 2020

The Milky Way in the Southern Hemisphere has a peculiarity with respect to what we are accustomed to this is the reverse of how we usually see it in the North. One of the places I wanted to photograph during the night was the Nugget Point lighthouse, maybe one of the best known on the island.
Here I leave what was a beautiful night watching the stars.

19mm · f/6.3 · 1/3s · ISO 200
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14 Comments

jabi sanz's picture

wow Hugo estas a tope otro foton

joaquin marco's picture

super guapa tio!!! media pasada de via láctea!!!

Cesar Alvarez Osorio's picture

Esta es espectacular Hugo

Alberto Moreno's picture

Brutalisima

Jose Luis Llano's picture

Que fotón Hugo!! estas que te sales tio!!

Deleted Account's picture

Estas q la rompes tio!!

Pablo Ruiz Garcia's picture

Enhorabuena!

Alberto Moreno's picture

No es para menos Enhirabuena macho!

carlos gonzalez's picture

que foton tio

David Martin Castan's picture

Una de tus mejores fotos tío

Pamela Williams's picture

I'm learning about the Milky Way and shooting stills of it. This is beautiful! What's the large white light behind the lighthouse? I'm not clear what we're seeing with regard to ambient light.

Bedanta Deka's picture

Perfectly executed.......

A cool work.