Stars circle like the rotor of a helicopter against a golden sky over bizarre formations.
Details: 75 images and 40 minutes of total exposure time were used to create this unique image of the Paint Mines in Calhan, Colorado. The North Star is just hidden behind the large rock to get the effect of stars circling around it. The golden sky is from the lights of Denver, about 70 miles away.
Just for fun, I’ve created a time-lapse video so you can see the motion of the stars used to create this image. Enjoy!
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