He's over the moon! The British photographer spends two years in a perfect shot at 1,000 feet
- Magic picture shows walkers standing atop the hill of Teeside when the moon shines their silhouettes
- Astrophotographer Andrew Dawson, 44, dropped a full moon over Roseberry He is captured about 100 images while he spent an hour and a half watching the moon when dusk begins to settle down
A British photographer spent two years trying to get this perfect shot of the moon rising over one of the most picturesque hills in the UK .
The magical picture shows several pedestrians standing on the top of the 1
Astrophotographer Andrew Dawson, 44, broke this stunning photo showing a full moon over Roseberry Topping in North Yorkshire.
Magic picture shows several pedestrians standing on the top of the hill 320 m Teeside moon illuminates their silhouettes a couple of pedestrians standing on the top of a 320-foot Teeside hill when the moon illuminates their silhouettes
He captured about 100 images while he was spending an hour and a half watching
Andrew, from Nunthrop, North Yorkshire, climbed the Giskboro outbreak in the evening when captured this perfect image that he "pursued for a long time".
He said, "I was on the moon with him, there was no play. This is a shot I've been pursuing for so long. I just thought I had a special image here and went home.
"It is really nice to have a similar image."
Andrew took the picture around 21.20 am, After following the moon's position through an app on his phone.
Andrew, who was a photographer for seven years, said: "I've been trying for two years with literally very unsuccessful attempts to be in a wrong position indefinitely as well as over time." The evening was perfect, I managed to get the right position for an almost full moon rising above the top of Roseberry Topping.
"This is what the image did."
"While watching the scene be played in front of me, I would like to thank everyone who helped them to create a great image."