Desert，Mountains，Man and Eclipse
On the morning of January 6th, 2019, in the suburb of Zhangjiakou City, Hebei Province, the sun still rises behind the mountains, but the moon's occlusion makes the sun different from usual. An observer stood on the sand, looking far away. The sandy land in the picture is actually a desert less than one square kilometer. It is called "Tian Mo", which is also the nearest desert area to Beijing, China. It is about 100 kilometers away from Beijing. Before dawn, my father and I drove here to take pictures of the partial eclipse sunrise, and the observer in the picture was my father. I am responsible for taking photographs, to the people in the photos appear small, the distance of tens of meters distance between us.
My equipment: FS 60CB telescope at 355mm with Nikon D810a ISO640 1/800 second exposure time. This is a single exposure image.
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