The Keppel Henge Analemma

This photograph is of an analemma pattern in the sky above Keppel Henge. The pattern was created with images of the sun photographed every ten days, on average, during the course of one year.

The photograph is a multiple exposure of 36 images on one negative. Each of the sun images was captured at 8:30 am Eastern Standard Time. The landscape image was taken in mid afternoon.
The photograph demonstrates how dramatically the sun changes position in the sky during one year. For more about analemmas, and a detailed description of how Steve made this photograph, please see The Analemma Project page 2.

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