Mount Rundle and the Star Trails

When taking pictures to show the star trails, it's not the stars moving in the sky being recorded, it's the Earth's rotation relative to the stars being captured. The location where I was standing on the surface of our planet was moving 1675 km/h, since I was moving at the same speed, I did not notice the movement. To get this image of the star trails, I took 22 thirty second images, with a one second break between each image. That works our to 11 minutes and 20 seconds, in that time Earth rotated about 316 Kilometers. Thanks to the gravitational forces at work, no gas money needed.. 

Until next moment, 


Mount Rundle