It's time that my move to Northern Germany starts showing on my pictures. I took this one on the island of Fehmarn which is not far from where I'm staying right now. These days the moon is rising and setting at about the same time as the sun. Which means there is no moonlight all night. That's perfect for watching and photographing stars.
If you like star tracing as much as I do: I made one of those before. This other one is from Hawaii and I'm showing a print of it right now (along with two different kinds of long-exposure works) at Kaiser&Cream during the 8th Wiesbadener Fototage. Wiesbadener Fototage is a bi-yearly festival of contemporary photography with exhibition locations all over the city. This year's theme is "Im Laufe der Zeit" which means as much as "in the course of time." If you are interested, you can find more info here.