Photographer's Note

Stars with royal beauty bright,
westward leading, still proceeding
guide us with thy perfect light!

My First attempt to create a Star Trail- a combination of 10 and 30-minute exposure shots.
I took this while having a massage by the beach. That was the most relaxing thing I've ever done and the most amazing thing I've seen on a clear sky at night (while being massaged and listening to the waves). Stars suddenly popped out of the sky, the moment was simply heavenly.

Friends from all over the world, I am Sending all of you warmest Christmas greetings from the Tropics!! Enjoy this Season! God bless all of you!

Polaris, at the center (of the star trail) or the Northern Star, is the prominent star that lies closest in the sky to the north celestial pole which appears approximately directly overhead to Earth's North Pole.

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Additional Photos by Matt Man (i9l2y1m8a8t3) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 472 W: 61 N: 832] (4814)
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