Extremely long exposure: Photographer endures 15-hour shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky.
At first glance these spectacular swirls of colour may look like clever computer graphics or the result of faulty camera work. They are, in fact, the product of hour after hour of painstaking night-time shooting by photographer Lincoln Harrison. His stunning pictures of star trails across the Australian night sky were taken over periods of up to 15 hours.
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Silence feat. Anđa Marić // The Chant
I wouldn’t mind
And perhaps a smile
It’s been a while, my love.
Even a tear
Would shine like gold
Anything is better
Than staying in the cold.
Beautiful one! I know there’s fire deep down beneath the ashes of our desire.