While photography has never particularly interested me (perhaps due to a lack of knowledge or this instagram culture we live in), I discovered long exposure photographs of stars by Lincoln Harrison while browsing the web and thought I’d share a few photos with you.

“When a photograph has used long exposure in order to capture star trails, it means that the photograph displays the fascinating motion of stars due to the Earth’s rotation. This is why these photographs contain brilliant, bright circular shapes. Star trail photographs show single stars as streaks across the photograph, and the longer the exposure, the longer the streak.”

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Definitely opened my views on what you can achieve with photography.

Here’s his site for the rest of his works:
http://www.lincolnharrison.com/