All night, the sky twinkles and rotates as the earth moves through space. If you know what to look for, you can find countless constellations in the sky, and even part of our very own Milk Way galaxy. Earth sits on one of the spiral arms of this galaxy so if you look up at the right time of night, in the correct location, you will see a myriad of spectacular shining stars.
This timelapse was shot in Tofino, Canada. This is where we surfed in full wetsuits for the first time ever and I have to say that it was a lot more difficult than I had expected. You can read all about that here.
After a long day of riding our bikes and surfing in the cold, I set up the camera by the window sill to take a picture every ten seconds. The next morning we woke up to a dead camera battery and hundreds of pictures. Excited to see exactly how much of the night sky I had captured I created this timelapse. Enjoy =D