Terrestrial and celestial lights - Annecy lake
The brilliance of the planet Venus dominates all the other stars present in the sky. Easily visible here on the western horizon above the Semnoz, the star known as the “Shepard's Star” indicates, by its displacement, the movement of the Earth's rotation. This chain of stars, the result of a shot lasting thirty minutes, finds its pendant on our planet, in the headlights of the vehicles sketching out the roads that crisscross the lakeside communes. Note on the right the curve of two planes turning.