Stjernespor, 291/365, Uge 42, Rygård Strand
Samyang 12mm / F2.8 fisheye
Looking at the sky, you do not notice that the stars move. However, pointing the camera to the north star, taking some pictures over 1-2 hours, reveals that the stars have moved. If you then put all the pictures together into a single image, you'll see the star tracks that turn around the north-star Polaris.
This picture is taken over 1 hour 15 min, with a picture every 20 seconds. Below the picture there was a ship sailing on the horizon.
At Rygård beach there is generally a lot of darkness, except that the moon in the evening was in the south, and you could see the lights from Bønnerup in the distance. And in the evening you almost always see an airplane between the stars.