Star Trail Long Exposures From Outer SpaceDPMag Published in Blog
Oh my goodness. This is about the coolest stuff I've seen in a really long time. It's simple: just photographs of star trails. Photographed by astronauts. From outer space! It's super cool stuff. These light blurs not only include star trails, but colorful blurs of earth's cities passing by, and the flashes of lightning dotting the surface of the planet far below. Gorgeous images and very, very unique; definitely worth its must-see status. Makes you appreciate the importance of a unique perspective, too.
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