Taken at Lake Tekapo, South Island of New Zealand.
I like using long exposure photography to make an unique memory. I recommended to use it more via this post: The Fascinating World of Long Exposure: What You Need for Long Exposure Photography. When I was in Lake Tekapo in the middle of the winter, I was the only one staying the entire town; two backpackers and it’s a small town. The next day, a Korean traveler checked in. Unusual thing. That night, we brought our cameras to take long exposure photography near the church. We had a big lantern and I had my light pen. We made some funny photos and this is one of them. Lake Tekapo is one of the finest spot for stargazing and you’ll see the reason why when you are there. The white dots in the void are stars.