It is no secret that if you stay up until late you see the seasons change on the stars. Orion is the most prominent winter constellation, yet this image was taken one day after the Autumn Equinox at September 23. After careful planning, the Orion, the quarter Moon, Durdle Door – the iconic landmark - on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England and the dedicated photographer were all aligned 1 ½ hour before sunrise.
A few photographers came after a while to capture the sunrise. Just a single star. I was more than content having captured thousands!