Under the Spell of Polaris

By: Nuno Serrao


Madeira Island, Portugal

2011 May 11


From the photographer: "High and above, under the spell of Polaris. The Moon was mainly responsible for the colors here, and for lighting the front of the wind mills. Bright moonlight is also why there are so few stars captured. The prominent windmill wasn't always rotating. When it did it was very slow, which is why it looks so funky. 118 photos were combined for this scene." - Nuno Serrao

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