Inca Trail, Peru
We made it back from our Inca trail trek in one piece! As I sort out my notes and pictures from the trips, I knew I wanted to share this particular one as a photo of the week. This photo was taken on the second night of our hike after we crossed Dead Woman’s pass. From our camping area when you look up, all you see is the open sky and millions of stars twinkling. Personally, I don’t know any constellations, but I did recognize the Milky Way. As a city girl, I never get to see the sky like this. The view was so amazing, I knew I had to capture it. So in the freezing night, I was sitting outside of my tent playing with my camera. I didn’t bring a tripod because it was too heavy, so I put the camera on the ground and propped it up with some rocks (I had a McGyver moment) and set the exposure to 30 seconds. This is the result.
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4 thoughts on “Photo of the Week: Starry Night”
Gorgeous! 🙂 Totally breathtaking.
Thanks, it was the most amazing thing I’ve seen.
Lucky you! 🙂 I love sky sighting. Haven’t got a chance to see something like this in real. Maybe some day!
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