Glastonbury Tor is a hill at Glastonbury in the English county of Somerset, topped by the St Michael's Tower.
The Tor seems to have been called "The Isle of Avalon".
According to King Arthur's mythology, Avalon is where his sword Excalibur was forged.
This is a wide field photo from a full frame camera and a 14mm lens, showing the Polaris, the Northern Star to the upper left and the celestial equator to the right of the image. Selecting a combination of relatively low ISO, small aperture and long exposures I managed to illuminate the foreground using only the ambient light, retaining the star colours.
The only side effect was that I had to withstand strong wind and temperatures below 0 °C for a considerable amount of time, completely still and lightly dressed until I get this nice pose.
No, I didn't stay there during the whole two-hour shooting, but just a few two-minute exposures where enough for never underestimate the British weather conditions again!
Camera Model Nikon D600, Shooting Date/Time 07/03/2016 03:07 - 04:27 (last 30 min exposures discarded due to clouds), Author Chris Kotsiopoulos, Tv( Shutter Speed) 110 seconds x 45 shots, Aperture Value 5.6, ISO 800, Lens Rokinon 14mm