Day To Night on the Pico de la Cruz
It was a windy evening. Rough, but with a breathtaking view from the edge of the Caldera. Once all this was a giant volcano, probably more than 4000 meters high. Then, a large part of it slided into the sea. In the remaining steep basin-shaped valley there is now the Caldera Taburiente National Park, hundreds of meters below us. One of my cameras was placed right on top of the Pico de la Cruz. Another one 10 minutes walk below, not far from the street. This short video shows a part of the day-to-night-sequences recorded by both of them.
Astromaster 2016 | Pico de la Cruz from Joerg Niggli on Vimeo.