Only when it’s dark you can see the stars

Summer night in south west France countryside, we waited before the moon show up and when the night sky was so clear without any clouds. It has to be completly dark around you to be able to see the stars. We went up to the hill St.Jean-le-froid to see the stars and milky way with bare eyes, managed to take some photos with slow shutter around 30s.


The chapel of st.jean-le-froid, do you see the shooting star?

Taking with fish eye lens

Still, pictures can’t do any justice, what is seen with our own eyes is far more beautiful. We can only immortalize them with these pictures. Can you see any shooting star?


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