• Fabulous - Zhe__
  • Love how the stars have a different curve - pongky ©
  • They shouldn't. Unless the earth move in different orbits... Please, is there any astrophisics to explain this? - MIGUEL (in)
  • at the two poles of the earth the stars will curve past us in different directions. In the middle they appear straight. Its not at all complicated. - 963896
  • But France is >40º north. Your explanation doesn't match here. - MIGUEL (in)
  • the starts seem to move in different directions because of the distortion form the lens, or am I wrong? - FD-Pictures
  • What matters here is the celestial equator. Stars north of the celestial equator appear to orbit the north celestial pole, and vice versa. See wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celes...) - WMGoBuffs
  • We are so fragile but so precious at the same time !! - Only time heals wounds
  • what is that? somebody walking with a red light during exposure? what was your exposure time by the way? - max-faber
  • !!!! - Nightlovers

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  1. Event Horizon Studios 2 78 months ago | reply

    Klasse Foto! Es passt thematisch super in unsere Gruppe und wir würden uns freuen, wenn du es bei uns hinzufügen würdest! Schau doch mal vorbei...
    www.flickr.com/groups/momente_der_bewegung

  2. Monki Photos 77 months ago | reply

    I would say one of the best pictures on Flickr! Absolutely magnificent composition and execution. Bravo!!

  3. seryani 77 months ago | reply

    This shot is simply incredible! A really excellent image, thanks a lot for sharing this!

  4. Scott-5x5 77 months ago | reply

    Just so great. It's so very rare to see depth like this is a star trails photo. Never do you see so much space along the Earth as the stars wheel overhead. It's very unique for that - well done.

  5. lidddia 76 months ago | reply

    Wonderful...

  6. Ian@NZFlickr 76 months ago | reply

    Amazing place. Great shot!

  7. Alberto Carrozzo 74 months ago | reply

    amazing shoot... i love high exp photo, if you like mine please comment this
    starlight in the night!
    Thank you and see you soon!

  8. guillebe 73 months ago | reply

    That is amazing. What planet did you take this in? ;)

  9. Cloe Joel Aigner [deleted] 72 months ago | reply

    Amazing Shot!

  10. Jeff Rose Photography 72 months ago | reply

    Wow!! Amazing capture and star trails!

  11. Jim Purcell 70 months ago | reply

    All I can say is..... Wow, what a photo!

  12. pedro vidigal 68 months ago | reply

    This is a stunning star trail photo I've seen. Great work!!

  13. cortu 66 months ago | reply

    pura magia, felicidades

  14. ken@pi© 62 months ago | reply

    Absolutely amazing capture!

  15. mohan_reddy_mutyala [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    exponent the snap
    peace type peer with us.

  16. mohan_reddy_mutyala [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    thank you.

  17. JoeCow 45 months ago | reply

    Amazing you just take quite a few fantastic photographs! :) <3

  18. jpmiss 41 months ago | reply

    Wow! Vraiment superbe ce star trail! Très belle luminosité!
    Bravo!

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