Wycheproof star and light trails
Yesterday I told you about Wycheproof, where the railway runs along the middle of the main street. After dinner in Wycheproof Fiday night, I decided to have a go at capturing star trails again (like I promised when I showed you star trails over Pakenham).
My first long exposure composite in Wycheproof began just after sunset, so the sky was a little too light. There was also a lot of traffic that created too many headlight trails. My second attempt produced much clearer star trails in a darker sky, with a lot less traffic that didn’t turn in-front of me or overwhelm the image.
Check out the Wycheproof night photos below, or the gallery page.
A light sky and too much traffic in this long exposure
A darker sky and less traffic resulted in a nicer star trail image