The project involved a week-long trip to Mike Hopkin's home base of Rossland, British Columbia where he has been working in what he dubs the "Loam Factory." The loose soil is the mountain biking equivalent of a powder day, but before Mike can slash his trail to bits, it's time to prove that the freerider can hold his own on the streets...
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There are many different worlds of nature in the deserts of Egypt (libyan desert). One part that is really spectacular is the Black Desert. In this area you will find uncountable, huge hills of sand which are covered with black, minerally pebble.
As there is no light at all, you should not watch the desert at day only, but also - and especially - at night! The starry sky is spectacular, the milky way is easy seeable with your eyes. This is what a paradise für hobby astronomers and photographers looks like.
This timelapse video shows one of the largest hills of sand in the Black Desert in a night with no clouds at all. Because of the earth's rotation is seems that the milky way is rotating majestically above the huge hill of sand. In the second half of the night the moon rises, and colors the landscape and the sky into a magical light.
Slowly this perfect night peters out and the stars slowly fade away, until the sun rises again.
I would like to thank the two bedoins which supported me on my way though the deserts!