One of the
beautiful things about the Wye Valley is that there are still
places which are relatively (not entirely) free of light polution.
From these places, beautiful night sky views can be enjoyed, including
spectacular views of the Milky Way.
All of this
short time-lapse film was shot in the Wye Valley between August
2009 and August 2010. It includes stars, meteors, the planet Jupiter,
satellites and cloud. The film also includes a shot of a spectacular
fireball meteor which I caught on camera from Brampton Abbots
at 11.03pm on Tuesday 10th August 2010.
The film locations
Arthur's Cave, Brampton
Rock - Symonds
Yat and Wilton.
To see it
at its best, this film is best watched full screen, with the screen
shielded from sunlight. At 1080p, if your system can handle large
video files. We hope you enjoy watching.
Note: I am
aware that the word 'from' is spelled incorrectly in the end credits.
I was going to correct this but people rated and commented on
the film, on You Tube, immediately upon upload, and uploading
the later corrected version would delete those ratings and comments.