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In Britain eight out of ten people live under a light-polluted night sky. Artificial light at night has revolutionized the way we live and work outdoors. Without careful management outdoor lighting can disrupt wildlife, impact human health, waste money and energy, contribute to climate change, and block our view of the universe. In this photograph the clarity of the night sky has illuminated the trees of Bolas Wood in the newly designated Northumberland Dark Sky Park.

Photograph by Simon Fraser

About Simon Fraser

Simon Fraser specializes in science, nature and environmental photography and has worked on diverse subjects, from volcanic eruptions to climate change, icebergs to rain forests, stem cells to honeybees. Based in the heart of Northumberland National Park, his images have been published in many countries around the world. He enjoys mountaineering, beekeeping and organic gardening.

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