"Searching, researching and exploring. They are present both in astrophotography and in faith. Both territories have their own uncertainties."
In the summer of 2013, Lóránd travelled to Namibia. He was planning this expedition for a long time. In this part of Africa, the sky is impressively clear. There are no artificial lights and the astro climate is perfect. This photograph about the Milky Way was taken during his expedition there. He stopped the car under the clear sky, took out his camera and shot the picture. His aim was to show how visible the Milky Way with the naked eyes. The Universe is incredibly colourful. To get the colours of a deep sky picture of the Namibian sky, it takes one to six hours of exposure.