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Pam Dewey
Pam Dewey • 2 years ago

Star Path Pics: "At first glance these pictures look like something that greets you at the end of a kaleidoscope. But these marvels are the product of up to 15 hours of shooting the stars in the Aussie outback. The swirling spectacles were snapped using long exposure lenses on a Nikon D7000 and a Nikon D3100 camera by Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison who spends hours shooting the night sky armed with an array of lenses."

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Star Path Pics: "At first glance these pictures look like something that greets you at the end of a kaleidoscope. But these marvels are the product of up to 15 hours of shooting the stars in the Aussie outback. The swirling spectacles were snapped using long exposure lenses on a Nikon D7000 and a Nikon D3100 camera by Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison who spends hours shooting the night sky armed with an array of lenses."

Star Path Pics: "At first glance these pictures look like something that greets you at the end of a kaleidoscope. But these marvels are the product of up to 15 hours of shooting the stars in the Aussie outback. The swirling spectacles were snapped using long exposure lenses on a Nikon D7000 and a Nikon D3100 camera by Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison who spends hours shooting the night sky armed with an array of lenses."

The night sky from our campsite at the Cold Spring campground. Just how many stars were there? We couldn't even count... Check out more pics from Mineral King Valley at www.earthjustice....

Twelve images stitched together, showing the Milky Way over Piton de l'Eau, a volcanic crater lake on Réunion Island. Photo Credit: Luc Perrot.

Contrails at Sunset - Artificial clouds