some mist just started coming in on a very cold night. The ground was covered in fog already, but the sky was still completely clear.
I was really amazed to see that my phone's camera actually detected the Orion constellation which is just above the fog. I never thought phone cameras were sensitive enough to see stars.
Taken with a 10 second delay and night mode so the pic is as still as possible. But it's still a bit too noisy, it would be awesome if there was a longer exposure time hack for situations like this.
By the way, i think we should have a thread for nice pics which aren't macros :P