From the photographer: “The blackthorn is protected in Germany. The five-petaled white flowers are an important source of nectar in spring, attracting bees, bumblebees and butterflies such as the lemon butterfly and the peacock butterfly. The blackthorn is also considered a typical butterfly bush. On this evening in March, this blackthorn is in full bloom in the moonlight. In the sky, the winter constellations take their leave as star trails.”

Technical details:
Canon EOS 6D and 14mm Walimex 2,8, 168 x 15 seconds, ISO 1600 F/4

Secondary Image: Canon EOS 1100D astro-modified, 14mm Walimex 2,8, 10 X 15 seconds, ISO 1600, F/3,5, before moonrise



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