“Road to Milky Way”
“Road to Milky Way” captured on a farm track that doubles as a route to the coastal path in Durlston Country Park. This beautiful Country Park near Swanage is just a small part of the Jurassic Coast. Walking the dog here in the evenings I have often seen the converging lines of the path that the farm vehicles have cut. Just had to wait till the Milky Way had moved far enough around. Clear skies and a warm night so a capture of the Milky Way was in order.
All alone. Well apart from the odd deer and fox. In the middle of nowhere the light pollution drops. The the stars really begin to shine brightly making the night sky magical.
Taken with Nikon D750 Camera and a 20mm lens mounted on a Manfrotto Tripod f3.5 for 22 seconds.
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