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flitterling:

Iceland’s Northern Lights by greenzowie

flitterling:

Iceland’s Northern Lights by greenzowie

radivs:

'Stars over Yellowstone Falls' by Royce Bair
 Night Photo Blog | Facebook | 500px | Google+ | Workshops 2014
"Milky Way over Lower Yellowstone Falls, Yellowstone National Park. After setting up for this shot, I waited another hour for the Milky Way to rotate closer to the falls and get a better alignment. During the time exposure, I light painted the falls and the canyon with a large studio strobe. Planning, calculations, and building lighting equipment for this shot took almost two months."

radivs:

'Stars over Yellowstone Falls' by Royce Bair

Night Photo Blog | Facebook | 500px | Google+ | Workshops 2014

"Milky Way over Lower Yellowstone Falls, Yellowstone National Park. After setting up for this shot, I waited another hour for the Milky Way to rotate closer to the falls and get a better alignment. During the time exposure, I light painted the falls and the canyon with a large studio strobe. Planning, calculations, and building lighting equipment for this shot took almost two months."

drxgonfly:

We Are All Made Of Stars (by rootswalker)

drxgonfly:

We Are All Made Of Stars (by rootswalker)

radivs:

'Zion Watchman' by Phil Varney
"The classic shot of the Watchman in Zion National Park, taken from the bridge over the North Fork of the Virgin River. Even though this is the classic and 'cliche' shot of Zion, I couldn't resist. It was my first time in the park in many, many years, and shots like this are cliche for a reason - they're easy to get and they really capture what a park is like. On this particular night, the bridge was mostly lined with other photographers (as usual). The weather for most of my trip to Utah was bright, clear blue skies, so when some clouds rolled in before sunset I figured it was a good time to go get the Watchman picture. I almost missed the sunset because of watching bighorn sheep in the higher areas of the park, but fortunately made it back with just enough time to squeeze my tripod in towards the edge of the bridge. Every time a car drove over the bridge, I could see the bridge's vibration by watching the bubble level attached to my camera's hotshoe."

radivs:

'Zion Watchman' by Phil Varney

"The classic shot of the Watchman in Zion National Park, taken from the bridge over the North Fork of the Virgin River. Even though this is the classic and 'cliche' shot of Zion, I couldn't resist. It was my first time in the park in many, many years, and shots like this are cliche for a reason - they're easy to get and they really capture what a park is like. On this particular night, the bridge was mostly lined with other photographers (as usual). The weather for most of my trip to Utah was bright, clear blue skies, so when some clouds rolled in before sunset I figured it was a good time to go get the Watchman picture. I almost missed the sunset because of watching bighorn sheep in the higher areas of the park, but fortunately made it back with just enough time to squeeze my tripod in towards the edge of the bridge. Every time a car drove over the bridge, I could see the bridge's vibration by watching the bubble level attached to my camera's hotshoe."

radivs:

Star Trails by Weerapong Chaipuck

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radivs:

'Night After Sidewalk II' by Alexandre Deschaumes
kievc:

Sculpted Lines, Willis Creek Narrows (by Greg Clure Photography)

kievc:

Sculpted Lines, Willis Creek Narrows (by Greg Clure Photography)

kievc:

Arch Rock, Joshua Tree National Park (by Micahhead)

kievc:

Arch Rock, Joshua Tree National Park (by Micahhead)

mistymorningme:

Glacier - Clements Mountain © SpreadTheMagic

mistymorningme:

Glacier - Clements Mountain © SpreadTheMagic