See the Milky Way move in this Cape Spear timelapse
Sometimes, hours seem to pass in mere moments.
That's the case in a wonderful time-lapse video created by St. John's photographer Geoff Smith last weekend.
Smith compressed an hour of starry movement off the shores of Cape Spear into a 12-second sequence.
Smith says he took 20 second exposures every 25 seconds, and pressed it all together to make a seamless video.
You can even see the fog rolling in as the stars pass by.
Smith says Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the only places where such a scene is possible.