“About two thirds of human population today live under light polluted skies, not dark enough to see the Milky Way,” says Babak Tafreshi, director of The World at Night (TWAN), an international organisation that curates and exhibits astrophotographs.
Most city skies today are virtually empty of stars. Watching the spectacular arch of the Milky Way rising over the horizon sounds like a scene of science fiction to many kids and young people raised in urban areas.
And when arrives the night, how’s the view in the mountain? Are animals all asleep? O they just have a great party that we mankind will never know?
What about the plants? Do they climb the mountain from the foot to the peak？
We just immagine that must be a fantastic scene.