Alex Mustard - Three Stars

 

To save your searching the photo, the third star is the one that was 93 million miles away. And boy, did it feel it. This may look like warm, clear water, but don’t be fooled. I took this picture in Canada and this was at end of a long day in the ocean shooting the amazing marine life of the Pacific North West. My hands were long past being numb. Luckily I could still press the shutter.


Location: Port Hardy, Canada

Tags: Alex Mustard, British Columbia, canada, ochre sea star, Pisaster ochraceus, Vancouver Island



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  1. Lucy Corrander said:

    13/02/2014 20:29

    Bewildered by this picture. Hope your hands have thawed.