The day we stood at the highest point of Australian mainland – 2228 meters above the sea level, named by the Polish explorer Paul Edmund Strzelecki in 1840.
Shots of April 2016.
Two days in Warsaw seen through the viewfinder of Fuji X100s.
There’s luck in leisure.
I did not abandon that part of my blog, it has been hugely delayed… so let’s go back in time 😉
What do you think if someone says that world is polluted? Air pollution, water pollution, food pollution… but there is also a light pollution.
The study reveals that 60% of Europeans and 80% of North Americans cannot see galaxy on the night sky. The Milky Way is no longer visible to more than one third of the world’s population.
Luckily I live very close to the Izera Mountains located on the Czech-Polish borderland, where in 2009 the Izera Dark-Sky Park was established (www.izera-darksky.eu).
I started my walk at 11pm and finished around 6am. It was a very calm, warm and clear night… unfortunately the moon rose above the horizon around 1:30am, so it wasn’t very dark anymore. Also the summer nights in Poland are not the best to shoot Milky Way because it’s core and big part is hidden below the horizon. I will be back there in the winter again 🙂
Do you like the smell of canola? I love it, always reminds me of the long Polish summer evenings!