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Long exposure photography. Singapur. Photography by Justin Ng

Singapore's Night Sky in long exposure photography by astrophotographer Justin Ng

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Singapore-based photographer Justin Ng has created an impressive photo series of star trails in the night sky.

Star Trails in Singapore Sky

Star Trails in Singapore Sky

The Singapore photographer Justin Ng spent 2 years shooting stunning photos "magic star trails", showing the shock "passing of night sky".

Spectacular Images of Dazzling Star Trails in the Night Sky - My Modern Metropolis

Spectacular Images of Dazzling Star Trails in the Night Sky

A spiral of night sky star trails, captured at Upper Seletar Reservoir, Singapore Picture: Justin Ng/HotSpot Media

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Singapore-based photographer Justin Ng captures absolutely breathtaking photos of the night sky, including these dazzling composite images of star trails c

Dancing on the Beach under the Moonlight

Star Trails Pictured In The Night Sky

Star Trails Pictured In The Night Sky

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【震える】驚異の15時間露光 星の軌跡がハンパなくて呆然自失

archiemcphee: “Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison created an awesome ongoing series of long-exposure photos entitled Startrails. Lincoln has been known to spend up to 15 hours in wintry weather.

reminds me of an animated scene from Forrest Gump when Jenny and Forrest walk hand in hand down the driveway with little Forrest ahead of them :)

Wisteria tunnel is situated at the Kawachi Fuji Gardens, Japan. The blooming Japanese Wisteria hanging overhead makes the tunnel a spectacular place to walk through.

Instagram Art Featuring Page on Instagram: “Amazing Photography By richard Heeks(no ig) _ Also check out our fellow art page @worldofartists _ Via @arts.gallery”

Photos That Had Perfect Timing - Don't Let The Bubble Burst Taken at the perfect moment, this photo shows a burble bursting and is one of the most perfectly timed photos ever!

#JonathanKeys Process: the #collodion #process, an #archaic photographic method, which was used from the 1850s to the 1880s, to capture the modern/contemporary

I want to shoot photos with a 130 year old camera too! Photographer Jonathan Keys is shooting modern Britan on an old, process

Photograph A Splash of Rose by Anthony Chang on 500px

A Set of Imaginative Images to Spark Your Creativity

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