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    ISS030 star trails created with iss030e270643 thru iss030e270691

    Elwood Photo, Ian Sullivan Cant, and 522 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Quirri 35 months ago | reply

      see: vimeo.com/36637694
      Este vídeo ha sido grabado con tres cámaras Canon 5D MkII

    2. boginia2 35 months ago | reply


    3. Kristopher Michael 35 months ago | reply

      Great shot! This is some excellent stuff :)

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    4. Petoto! 35 months ago | reply

      Just amazing!!!

    5. jared 35 months ago | reply

      This might be the most amazing photograph taken in all of human history.

    6. portiashao 35 months ago | reply

      great photos, definately advances the art of photography, really wonderful! and inspiring.

    7. carodahl 35 months ago | reply

      Looks beautiful, but what am i looking at? The earth surrounded by stars? Are those thunderbolts really all occurring on earth within roundabout 10 minutes?

    8. Schime77Cro 35 months ago | reply

      omg ...omg...
      great set of photos...

    9. fuelafire 35 months ago | reply

      wow - thanks so much for sharing, and for and taking it!! I look at this and feel like a little creature agog at the spread and wonder of the universe.

    10. Mercedes Bouter 34 months ago | reply

      Thank you Don for creating these amazing images.

    11. -go crazy 33 months ago | reply

      Out of this world shot :)

    12. Silent_Soliloquy 32 months ago | reply

      How poignant that the lightning strikes themselves look like swirling galaxies in this image, and the ionosphere (Reddish yellow, and green blue banding?) is vivid and disctict from the Atmosphere we breath (Blue band nearest the earth?). Great Work and Creative Process! BRAVO! All those sparks going to ground without a single human consumer...makes the mind wonder how could all that free energy be harnessed to replace our other more wasteful and polluting methods of energy use.

    13. alanwuphotography 27 months ago | reply

      this is just magical!

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