As a landscape photographer and pilot I have the privilege to travel the world and visit some of the most beautiful places on our planet. I started photography as an astro-photographer, which still shows in my passion for nightscapes. While not exclusively shooting at night, a big part of my work shows the beauty of the starry night skies in combination with some iconic landscapes.
I took this image during my visit in April. The night was perfectly clear, but very windy and a strong gust tipped over the tripod with my LED light and it dropped into the ravine behind the wing, I was glad that I was able to retrieve it in one piece. EXIFAstro-modified Canon EOS 6DTamron 15-30mm f/2.8Low Level Lighting with 2 LED panels and one omnidirectional light.Fixed Tripod 10 x 20s @ ISO6400 Individually stacked with fitswork for the sky and PS for the foreground. Thanks for all your faves and comments. Prints available :ralf-rohner.pixels.com