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Beautiful Photographs of Star Trails Above Australian Outback

Beautiful Photographs of Star Trails Above Australian Outback
Laughing Squid Beautiful Photographs of Star Trails Above Australian Outback by EDW Lynch at 5:21 pm on November 7, 2011 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. via PetaPixel & New School of Photography

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