857-94843 - The original lighthouse at Cape Spear in Newfoundland sits dark, with the new lighthouse nearby. The original lighthouse started operation in 1836, and in 1955 a new concrete light tower was built. The original lighthouse has been restored to the period of 1839. This was tricky to shoot because the green light of the active lighthouse would flash every 7 seconds and wash out the scene in intense green. I didn't like the harsh shadows from the light, myself and my tripod being one of them, so I took a bunch of 6 second exposures and used stacking to get pinpoint stars and low noise in the sky and foreground. Nikon D5, Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 lens @ 14mm and f/2.8. Six shots with the ISO between 12,800 and 25,600, as I was playing around with the camera to get a feel for its performance, stacked in Starry Landscape Stacker for Mac.
1275-25 - Milky way rises over the Canadian Rockies in the Yoho National Park, with moonlight cast on the mountain and Aurora over horizon, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canadian Rockies, Alberta, Canada, North America
746-88185 - View over the town with the fortifications of Fort Santa Luzia, the greatest preserved fortification worldwide dating back to the 17th century.Elvas in the Alentejo close to the spanish border. Elvas is listed as UNESCO world heritage. Europe, Southern Europe, Portugal, March
746-88177 - Bastions proctecting the Portas de Olivenca. Fort Santa Luzia, the greatest preserved fortification of the 17th century worldwide. Elvas in the Alentejo close to the spanish border. Elvas is listed as UNESCO world heritage. Europe, Southern Europe, Portugal, March