Noriko Tabuchi's Night Sky Photos are Full of Stellar Stardust

By: Amanda Greer - Published: Jun 11, 2013 • References: 500px & lostateminor
Noriko Tabuchi's latest collection of star trail photography features a series of night skies decorated with the spectacular glow of falling stars. Each photo shows a dark, almost black, sky, dotted with tiny little jewel-like stars. However, instead of simple night sky captures, these photographs show star showers. Hundreds of stars, millions of light-years away, fall gracefully through the sky and are captured by Tabuchi's high-quality camera equipment.

Sometimes nature photography simply depicts reality. Tabuchi's nature photography, on the other hand, transforms the ordinary world into the extraordinary. The average and dull night sky becomes something to marvel at, without digital enhancement or photoshop. Tabuchi's photography proves that a fantasy world can be created without leaving our own average abode; you just have to look to the night sky. Stats for Breathtaking Star Trail Photography Trending: Older & Chilly
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