Night Life (On Woodland Fungi) Consider, on walk through woodland fair; Beneath your feet, another realm’s lair. Mat of twisted tendril, all out of sight. Yet, as fall of sun bringeth night; Up rise forms in sound so mute. Pleated golden bodies to spread its fruit.
Star trails (due to Earth’s planetary rotation), from just over 2.25 hours of exposure. The view is looking NW from our garden in N. Wales. Thanks to our dark skies, the location can be a good place for amateur astronomy. The stars appear to rotate around the celestial pole (upper right).