I skived last night. Instead of doing all the work I'd planned I took my camera and my husbands tripod and decanted to Stonehenge. I spent the next couple of hours taking photos of the sky. The stars were exceptionally bright. The light polution from Amesbury and Salisbury gave the photos a sureal glow. I tried lots of different settings, changing the apeture, ISO and F-stop. I loved having the tripod, which gave me all the angles I needed to take the constellations I wanted. I've included some of them below. What's really amazing is when you zoom in there are lots of red, blue, purple and yellow stars which I had no idea I was taking.
Wisdom of the Day: Just because you can't see it, doesn't mean it isn't there.