Orion’s beach

22. December 2020

While in the Northern hemisphere we are used to considering Orion as a winter constellation, in the Southern hemisphere summer surrounded with this constellation just began. And the strange but beautiful thing is to see the most-known constellation upside-down. This image becomes from Southern Chile – from the lake Caburgua in the Pucón region. The person in the photo isn’t me, but my friend and photographer Marian Runkas. After all, we felt so hard about leaving this place. However the place is located in the naturally dark sky area, it was so satisfying to observe that beauty! Can You even see the reflection of the airglow phenomenon on the water level? It wanted just to take a picture indeed 🙂



Credits: Tomas Slovinsky

Location: Caburgua Lake, Chile

Equipment: Canon 6D mod, Sigma Art 28mm from the tripod

EXIF: 15″, f/2.2, ISO 10.000


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