Marshall Point Lighthouse 1

This is the first panorama I took during a night of shooting the Milky Way and Perseid meteor shower at Marshall Point Lighthouse in Port Clyde, Maine on August 10-11, 2013.

Copyright: Aaron priest
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10592x5296
Hochgeladen: 13/08/2013
Aktualisiert: 31/08/2013


Tags: marshall point; lighthouse; port clyde; maine; coast; night; milky way; meteor; perseid; stars; rocky; coastline; waves; tide; surf
  • Eric Walker about 1 year ago
    Wonderfully done. Amazing work.
  • DARKDUKE about 1 year ago
    this is one of the most amazing thing dat I've seen on internet thanks for the amazing pics
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