This is actually an image showing 24-hours of a day and night in one single, stunning photograph.
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What is the small wheel like thing sticking out at the bottom (!) of the Earth?
Technically is it possible to take a photograph like this, as the Photographer will be at a point in the Earth?
He spent 30 hours overlooking a beautiful rural vista to prepare and capture the amazing panoramic, taking hundreds of images which were later stitched together.
And he was forced to use a HAIRDRYER to keep the lens from getting too moist.
Patient Chris said: “I had to stay in the same place alone for 30 hours in total to get everything right, prepare and take the pictures.
“At night it became even more difficult because I had to keep my eyes open and inspect the camera lens for moisture.
“The temperature dropped to about three degrees Celsius, so this wasn’t very easy.
“I was equipped with a hairdryer in order to use it on the lens in case of moisture.
“Fortunately, I have a very understanding wife who almost never complains.”