Location of Photo:
Olpad, Gujarat, India
Date/Time of photo:
canon 1500 D, ISO 1600, 25s x 15 shots F2.8 for sky and 400 s F4.0 Single light painted shot at ISO 400 for foreground both at 14 mm Samyang Prime lens
Night sky is a mesmerizing, scene. Sometimes get out leave the city glare and spend some time under the thousand suns. Here is the memory of one such night when I was collecting subs for andromeda galaxy from my scope at 600 mm i thought why not give it a try as wide as 14mm, to my surprise, the view was beautiful, showing real place and apparent size of M31- Andromeda galaxy in the night sky. In the following image you can see the faint Perseus arm of milky way. The milky way is always up, when the bright central part is hidden behind sun in near winter times you can still see the other side- the fainter The Perseus Arm of milky way, coz we are inside milky way and it wraps around our night sky, whether we see it or not. You can see Andromeda as faint fuzzy patch above the milky way band. Image was captured from a bortle class 4 sky, a place called Olpad, Gujarat, India. Ex Inf: canon 1500 D, ISO 1600, 25s x 15 shots F2.8 for sky and 400 s F4.0 Single light painted shot at ISO 400 for foreground both at 14 mm Samyang Prime lens. Stacked in Sequator processed in LRCC & PS.