Photographer Eric Brummel stabilized his camera to capture earth's rotation
@stux I wish I could go to a place where I could see the milkyway with naked eyes... Been decades since I've seen it the last time.
@stux [cw: flashing lights - probably cars driving by during the timelapse, kinda looks like explosions if you don't know what you're looking at]
@stux Wish we had skies this clear in Scotland! I swear I've missed like half of the major lunar events in the last three years due to the feckin' clouds. 😅
@stux The steady background is beautiful, but the landscape going sideways is.... disconcerting. Messes with my sense of balance.
@stux - That GIF while listening to Hania Rani's "Glass" is calming my strange scicence-fiction-depraved mind.
@stux Looks nice, but where did he put the camera to stabilize it? In thin air? Is it a satelite or a drone that can fly for a whole day? Why are the clouds not moving away and is this scene really rotating around a center? Who filmed the take off of the moon landing when no astronaut was left there?