He is overjoyed! The British photographer spends two years taking the perfect shot on a 1,000-foot hill.
- The magical picture shows hikers standing on the summit of the Teeside hill while the moon illuminates their silhouettes Yorkshire topping
- Around 100 pictures were taken as he watched the moon for one and a half hours as dusk set in ,
For two years, a British photographer has been trying to achieve that perfect setting of the moon rising above one of Britain's most picturesque hills ,
] The magical picture shows a few hikers standing on top of the 300-meter high Teeside hill while the moon illuminates their silhouettes.
Astrophotographer Andrew Dawson, 44, has taken this stunning picture of a full moon rising above the Roseberry Topping. in North Yorkshire.
The magical picture shows a few hikers standing on the 320 m high Teeside hill, while the moon is rising her silhouettes lit up.
He took about 100 pictures when he watched Mon for one and a half hours as dusk began to settle.
Andrew from Nunthorpe, North Yorkshire sat down in the evening on the Guisborough ring road to capture that perfect image he had been following for a long time.
He said: & # 39; I was overjoyed, no pun intended. It's an attitude I've been following for so long.
"When I got the picture, I knew it was. I just thought I had a special picture here and came home.
"It's really gratifying to get a picture like this."
Andrew took the picture around 9:20 pm after tracking the position of the moon via a camera app on his phone.
Astrophotographer Andrew Dawson, 44, has taken this stunning picture showing a full moon rising above the Roseberry topping in North Yorkshire
Andrew, who has been a photographer for seven years, said, "I've tried it for about two years, with literally many failed attempts, with endlessly in the wrong position, as well as with the weather conditions I could not play with ,
& # 39; The evening was perfect, I managed to find the right position for the nearly full moon rising above the top of the Roseberry topping.
Andrew, who has been a photographer for seven years, said: "I have tried it for about two years with literally many failed attempts, with endlessly in the wrong position and weather conditions not playing the game for me."
"As I watched it rise, a few hikers made the scene even more magical as they stood on top of our own mountain and the moon lit their silhouettes.
& # 39; That's what the picture did.  & # 39; When I saw the scene in front of me, I would like to thank all those who helped me to create a great picture. "