Captured by Ray Palmer
The South Celestial Pole (where the smallest star circles appear) is the region of sky that sits directly above the South Pole. A 45 minute exposure from a stationary camera has captured the Earth’s rotation against the sky. Different coloured stars represent different temperatures and chemical compositions within those stars. Capturing the foreground assists with giving this image depth and feel.
This image is offered for sale with the negative, description and iron meterite embedded into the frame. This photo is only sold once, it is an individual piece.
Taken at Kokerbin Rock, Western Australia.
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