So much of landscape photography depends on the beauty of sky. An ideal photograph would have it filled with vibrant colors, dynamic plays of sunlight, and balanced composition. Its frame weighing sky and ground equally. Now imagine our night sky: dark with blistering stars, a lonesome moon, and there — majestically, because this is fantasy and you can do as you please — you see Saturn’s rings. Bright and multicolored. Wide and larger than anything else.
Can’t picture it, you say? Well here’s a video to jolt your gears. It comes from youtube via Petapixel and is simply stunning. Though the graphics are so 2012, it’s still a pretty cool visualization and a wonder to see.
Landscape photography would be so much better if we had rings!