Starry, Starry night! Campers sleep under stars so bright you could read a book!

 

PIC BY PIETRO OLIVETTA/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Pietro Olivetta shining his torch up to the milky way sky) - Starry, starry night! These explorers set up camp under stars so bright you can read a BOOK in the dead of night. Photographer Pietro Olivetta, from Italy, came across the stunning camping spot whilst exploring with pals in Namibia. The make-shift camp was lit up by thousands of bright stars shining down from the Milky Way, giving the group a striking view of the twinkling sky. The glowing stars shone so brightly that the group, who stayed at the camp for four weeks, could even settle down to read a book after the sun went down. SEE CATERS COPY.

Starry, starry night! These explorers set up camp under stars so bright you can read a BOOK in the dead of night.

Photographer Pietro Olivetta, from Italy, came across the stunning camping spot whilst exploring with pals in Namibia.

The make-shift camp was lit up by thousands of bright stars shining down from the Milky Way, giving the group a striking view of the twinkling sky.

The glowing stars shone so brightly that the group, who stayed at the camp for four weeks, could even settle down to read a book after the sun went down.

PIC BY PIETRO OLIVETTA/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: Pietro Olivetta shining his torch up to the milky way sky) - Starry, starry night! These explorers set up camp under stars so bright you can read a BOOK in the dead of night. Photographer Pietro Olivetta, from Italy, came across the stunning camping spot whilst exploring with pals in Namibia. The make-shift camp was lit up by thousands of bright stars shining down from the Milky Way, giving the group a striking view of the twinkling sky. The glowing stars shone so brightly that the group, who stayed at the camp for four weeks, could even settle down to read a book after the sun went down. SEE CATERS COPY.

Starry, starry night! These explorers set up camp under stars so bright you can read a BOOK in the dead of night. 

Pietro, 37, said: “It was simply amazing – you can really appreciate the wildness and beauty of this country.

“It wasn’t the most comfortable place to stay, but it was the right way to appreciate this amazing experience.

“You can go where you want, with no tourists following you.

“The sky was so perfect – it’s so bright you can read a book underneath it, with thousands of stars above you.

PIC BY PIETRO OLIVETTA/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Namibian milky way sky) - Starry, starry night! These explorers set up camp under stars so bright you can read a BOOK in the dead of night. Photographer Pietro Olivetta, from Italy, came across the stunning camping spot whilst exploring with pals in Namibia. The make-shift camp was lit up by thousands of bright stars shining down from the Milky Way, giving the group a striking view of the twinkling sky. The glowing stars shone so brightly that the group, who stayed at the camp for four weeks, could even settle down to read a book after the sun went down. SEE CATERS COPY.

Photographer Pietro Olivetta, from Italy, came across the stunning camping spot whilst exploring with pals in Namibia.

“It was a truly emotional experience.

“To be able to enjoy your dinner with the breath-taking landscapes and nature all around you was amazing.

“The atmosphere was just perfect – Namibia is one of the best places to visit in Africa.”

PIC BY PIETRO OLIVETTA/ CATERS NEWS - (PICTURED: The Namibian milky way sky) - Starry, starry night! These explorers set up camp under stars so bright you can read a BOOK in the dead of night. Photographer Pietro Olivetta, from Italy, came across the stunning camping spot whilst exploring with pals in Namibia. The make-shift camp was lit up by thousands of bright stars shining down from the Milky Way, giving the group a striking view of the twinkling sky. The glowing stars shone so brightly that the group, who stayed at the camp for four weeks, could even settle down to read a book after the sun went down. SEE CATERS COPY.

The make-shift camp was lit up by thousands of bright stars shining down from the Milky Way, giving the group a striking view of the twinkling sky. The glowing stars shone so brightly that the group, who stayed at the camp for four weeks, could even settle down to read a book after the sun went down.