Photo by #TWAN_Guest: @pinceladasnocturnas (Sergio Emilio Montúfar Codoñer)
From the photographer: "Raining season makes really difficult for an astrophotographer to chase the stars, after 3 days of raining this afternoon I was able to see the sun, I prepared my equipment and chase the conjunction. I really find impressive to document the erupting Volcán de Fuego under the stars, it makes me feel like living in a Jurassic epoch.
I think the clouds made this image more interesting, the atmosphere conditions aloud me to capture the lovely conjunction with amazing Lunar Corona, but that was not all, Volcán de Fuego was erupting at the moment of the picture. The Volcano is an active volcano, however, I was very lucky to capture the image at the moment of an explosion. The star above the volcano is Alpha Herculis before setting.
The Lunar Corona and Conjunction is an HDR to improve dynamic range. The ground is an spinach planting, the green ground was lovelly under this moonlight."
Technical Detales: Conjunction and Corona, HDR / 3 images total