Mesmerizing star photography as you’ve never seen it

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Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison joined talent, patience and long exposure techniques to capture incredible images of trails left by the stars during Earth rotation. The images took between 13-15 hours to be taken, which forced the photographer to stay awake and camp overnight.

Long exposure technique consists in leaving the camera shutter open for 30 seconds or more, but Harrison pushed it well beyond that, as he kept his shutter open for hours to capture the starry night sky in Lake Eppalock, Australia, where he decided to camp.

Harrison remained awake between sunset and sunrise, taking advantage of the natural Earth rotation to create this amazing spiral-shaped pattern in the sky. These photos have been successful on the web and it is not hard to understand why.

Website: Lincoln Harrison

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