Long exposure nighttime shoots are not new, the stunning effect of streaking stars in the sky is too irresistible not to shoot, but Lincoln Harrison's captures of spinning stars are definitely unique. Creating a surreal paint-like effect in the skies, the artist almost seems to have taken Vincent van Gogh's Starry Night painting and magically made it real.
Based in Australia, Lincoln Harrison took his night shots over a period of 15 hours. Those 15 hours were not made easier since it was spent during one of Australia's cold winter nights near Bendigo over Lake Eppalock. Yet, these vibrant scenic shots were totally worth it. Visualizing the Earth's rotation has never been more beautiful, that's for sure.
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