AFTER wowing us last week with an image of the International Space Station passing over Oxfordshire, Anthony Morris has done it again with this spectacular snap of star trails.

Taken at Brill windmill in Buckinghamshire on Saturday, the Oxford Mail Camera Club member has captured the night sky seemingly in motion due to the Earth's rotation.

The hypnotic image, created from around 150 individual frames combined digitally in post production, shows a unique view of the stars which is unable to be seen by the naked eye.

It acts as the perfect backdrop for the17th century building,

See tomorrow's paper for a double-page spread of this week's food themed photographs, with the winner revealed in Saturday's edition.

Join the Oxford Mail Camera Club - which now has almost 800 members - by searching Facebook for the group's name.