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Lancelin Sand Dunes in Spring Photosphere
Spring has arrived. What better way to celebrate than to spend a night under a cloudless sky at the Lancelin Sand Dunes. This 42 image photosphere was taken at about 9pm and captures the Milky Way beginning to set in the Western sky. The illuminated figure in the image is myself, sitting down in the sand holding an off camera flash with a light diffuser. Date: 1st September 2016 Time: 9pm Location: Lancelin Sand Dunes Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Sigma 20mm ART Tripod Mount: Gigapan Epic Pro Settings: ISO800 f1.4 20s x 42
Copyright: Paean Ng
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 01/09/2016
Uploaded: 03/09/2016


Tags: astrophotography; perth; lancelin; australia; western australia; stars; night sky; sand dunes; outdoor; explore
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