You might not appreciate this, but I thought it was pretty interesting. The clouds were shielding the stars, but they were moving east pretty fast. So even though I couldn't see anything but clouds, I pointed the camera up just to see what it could see in thirty seconds. The clouds turned into a fog and like looking through a fan, the stars came shining through. The shutter of a camera, when it is left open, never ceases to amaze me. But it makes me curious why our eyes can't accomplish the same thing. I mean our eyes stay open, so why can't our retina accumulate the light?
Nikon D610, 30 seconds at f/5.3, ISO 400, 105mm (28-300mm) - 6359
I am Robert McKay Jones, a photographer from Sterling, Massachusetts and North Fort Myers, FL. I take photographs almost every day. I post my favorites here.