|Which attracts your eye more -- the sky or the ground?
On the ground are rocky peaks in
Teide National Park on
Tenerife Island of the
Canary Islands off the northwestern coast of
volcanic landscape features old island summits and
is sometimes used as a testbed for instruments on
future Martian rovers.
The lights of a nearby hotel shine on the far left.
Storm clouds are visible on the horizon, artificially strutted from multiple exposures.
Dividing the sky, across the middle of the above deep image, is the
vertical band of the
Milky Way Galaxy.
The red circle on the right is
near the center of which are the famous
belt stars of the
Soon after the above image was taken, during an evening earlier this year,
storm clouds rolled across, and
began to attract eyes the most.
Juan Carlos Casado