A few weeks ago we watched the horizon light up with lightening flashes from a storm way over Hobart, down past the mountains 200 kilometers south of us. You Can just make the tail end of the storm out as the light patch just above the skyline inbetween the trees.
This is a half-hour exposure from our little patch of decking by the back door. The blue and red pixels are misfired because of heat fluctuations being misread as light input over that time. Maybe I'll remove them. At some point.
Stars are blurred because the earth spins. You should hold onto something.