The Castles and The Milky Way

By: Cristiano Justino


Ostallgäu (Bayern), Germany

2017 August 14


From the photographer: "The light pollution originates from the lighting of public streets of Hohenschwangau and also from its famous castles: Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein - yellow light to the right and white light to the left, respectively. Between them, it’s perceivable the Milky Way arch on the Sagittarius constellation (on the horizon); moving upwards, the Scutum and part of the Aquila. To the right, there’s the Scorpius constellation with the tail hidden. Lastly, note the light trail from the cars circulating on St. Coloman’s road, by the catholic church with the same name."
Technical details: Nikon D750 - ISO2500 Exp 15s F/2.8, a single-exposure image.
Cristiano Justino

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