Timelapse – Pleiades ’21 Dunseverick

I wasn’t able to head far from home for the 2021 Pleiades peak so headed for my nearest ‘dark skies’ spot, Dunseverick Rock Pools.

Here a series of shelving hills blocks the worst of the local light pollution and with the weird shapes cast by the weather worn rocks and odd bit of interesting flotsam you’re nearly always guaranteed an interesting foreground subject to ground your astrophotography.

Skies were too crowded to see them clearly here, but five fragments of asteroid fall and explode in the sky during this timelapse. For more info: davidhoy.photography


Dave used the Nikon Z7 & Nikkor 24mm 1.8 S @ ISO: 2000 | f Stop: 1.8 | Shutter: 30