In photos: September Equinox 2011
Distance travelled ~ 683'292'800 km
We recently launched our September Equinox photo challenge with the question: How can you reflect the equinox in a photo?
A few people on Twitter suggested taking a snapshot of all points of the world at exactly 09:04 UTC and sending us a photo of them merged into one; which we just loved the sound of - but - we hadn't given you enough time. Surely to coordinate such a masterpiece 'alone', you would need to be everywhere at once (superman style stuff). Or have a camera positioned and ready at all points of the world, set to click simultaneously at 09.04 UTC (i'm certain they couldn't have meant a lone project). Well because we're a reasonable bunch over here at 23 Degrees, one location was definitely enough. And here's our top photos, enjoy. Roll on Autumn.
Reflections: A lone tree reflects upon the summer months past
Autumn sunshine through Forest trees
On the move: A flock of birds in the Summer sky
Last sunset of summer: Rail road tracks ablaze