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Bullseye by Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison captures long exposures of gorgeous star trails in the night sky above the Australian outback. He describes the grueling (and freezing) process of capturing the photos in the Daily Mail.

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Extremely long exposure: Photographer Lincoln Harrison endures shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky. - I love these, they remind me of Aboriginal dot paintings but on the night sky

Photographer Lincoln Harrison continues to amaze us with his extensive collection of surreal Startrails. Last year, we were just amazed by his circular swirls that filled the night and now, more recently, he produced a series in which each composition is filled with streaks of gorgeous light bursting across the atmosphere. Harrison documents the majestic night sky by using long exposures combined with a creative zoom technique, and then layering two images together in post-production.

According to My Modern Met, photographer Lincoln Harrison creates these mind-blowing shots of startrails exploding in the night by using long exposures combined with a creative zoom technique, and then layering two images together in post-production

Beautiful Photographs of Star Trails Above Australian Outback

Beautiful Photographs of Star Trails Above Australian Outback

Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison captures long exposures of gorgeous star trails in the night sky above the Australian outback. He describes the grueling (and freezing) process of capturing the photos.

How the Sun looks from the same place same time, every week of the year. The pattern is known as 'analemma'

really neat! almost an infinity symbol - pp said "Individual images taken of Venus in one year to create a full curve. The summer solstice being at the top, winter solstice at the bottom, and equinox where the lines cross (by Jesús Peláez)"

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Atlas V Arc of Light: Rocket launched with twin Radiation Belt Storm Probes sent to explore the Van Allen Belts that surround Earth. Astrophotographer Mike Killian took this photo from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Aug.

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If you looked up into the sky last night, you may have witnessed an annular solar eclipse, when the moon does not completely block the sun, but leaves a fiery…

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