The world-famous astrophotographer Ochin Zakaryan was a small boy when he noticed a magazine about space and stars while riding a bicycle on a street in Tehran. He was so fascinated by this science that he found a Russian camera "Zenit" at home and began to take pictures of the moon, which resembled a small dot in his photos. Then he realized that to become a good astrophotographer one needs to study astronomy, read books and finally, have a new camera. In this episode, the photographer addresses an important issue of the "Light Pollution" and points out that it can have truly disastrous consequences if people are not consistent with nature. The photographer has some advice for kids who have a dream but don't have the financial resources to make it come true.