The alarmingly tall inhabitants of
this small, snowy planet cast
long shadows in bright moonlight.
Of course, the snowy planet is actually planet Earth and
the wide-angle mosaic, shown as a
little planet projection, was
recorded on February 25 during the long
northern night of
the Full Snow Moon.
The second brightest celestial beacon
is Jupiter, on the right above the little planet's
Lights near Östersund, Sweden glow along the horizon,
surrounding the snow covered
The photographer reports that
the journey out onto the frozen lake by sled
to capture the
Full Snow Moon scene was accompanied by
ice sounds, biting cold, and a moonlit mist.