Sehlabathebe National Park, Drakensberg, Lesotho
As the last color of day dissapears in the West and the blackness of night approaches, there’s a transitional hour in which the sky is a brilliant deep blue. It’s not really that visible to the eye as our color vision is dependant on daylight, but a camera does a very good job of capturing it.
An exposure of 2 minutes blurs the clouds and captures that blue colour as the first star appears in the sky the moon is reflected in one of Sehlabathebe’s tarn pools.

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