A long exposure shows the earth’s rotation in form of paths traced by the stars, except for the polar star that remains at its position because of its alignment with the earth’s axis of rotation. This photo was taken on a clear new moon night at the Praia da Ursa. The beach is located at the western tip of Europe and is permanently exposed to the ocean’s forces, reason for the constantly changing rock formations.
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