The stars follow their gradual southern arcs parallel to the terrain during this 90 minute exposure. The water is unusually high this season, catching and reflecting starlight during its freefall down to the valley floor, the long exposure creating a flowing river of mist not possible to capture during the bright daylight hours.
Yosemite National Park, CA
Pentax 67 w 55mm lens at f/4
90 minute exposure on Provia 400
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