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Darkskyshothebest

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image by Darkskyshothebest (@darkskyshothebest) with caption : "Do you love this ? 😉Get yours NOW by clicking the link in my bio (profile)
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Do you love this ? 😉Get yours NOW by clicking the link in my bio (profile) 😍 Printed in the USA 😍 Not available in stores 😍 Worldwide shipping 📦 💯 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! 🎁Perfect for your family members and friends #ig_astrophotography

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Niklas Günsberg

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Instagram Image by Niklas Günsberg (@gynsy) with caption : "Last night of auroras. I was lucky to catch at least this much. Clouds and frost fog appeared on the ice. -29C bit my ch" at Pyhäjärvi, Lappi, Finland - 1722613849364073629
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Last night of auroras. I was lucky to catch at least this much. Clouds and frost fog appeared on the ice. -29C bit my cheeks.

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Kavindha Ranasinghe

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Instagram Image by Kavindha Ranasinghe (@kavindharanasinghe) with caption : "“I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night”
 Shooting towards a busy town is never a good idea when sho" at Nuwara Eliya - 1722611227556127805
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“I’ve loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night” Shooting towards a busy town is never a good idea when shooting the Milky Way but i like the way this came out even though it’s quite noisy. #ig_astrophotography #ig_astrophotography

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LUCRO FOTOGRAFIA

Instagram Image by LUCRO FOTOGRAFIA (@lucro_fotografia) with caption : "La fumarola del volcán nevado del ruiz bajo las estrellas...
#fantastic_earth  #longexpoelite #longexposure_shots #ig_bl" at Los Nevados National Natural Park - 1722605899522864737
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La fumarola del volcán nevado del ruiz bajo las estrellas... #ig_astrophotography

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Arshad Shaikh

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Wanderland Photographic -Dean (@thebugaj) Instagram Profile Photo thebugaj

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Instagram Image by Wanderland Photographic -Dean (@thebugaj) with caption : "Go big or go home... literally for my first real Milky Way image of the year, this image in its native size is roughly 1" at Nubble Lighthouse - 1722579879737807579
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Go big or go home... literally for my first real Milky Way image of the year, this image in its native size is roughly 16x10...feet! (200”x125”) This was my first MW outing of the year, partly because I had been sick, partly because I sleep through my alarms regularly, so to assure I made it out, I just pulled an all nighter. I recently got a tracker so I went to a place I thought would be good and dark (it wasn’t) to learn how to use it. I got to learn and practice some, but nothing good to show for it. So, frustrated with the location, I decided to leave and go back to an old favorite. I avoided Nubble last year as I shot it a ton when I was learning, but after a nice break, it felt good to go back. It’s fun to climb around the rocks looking for interesting compositions, but tricky when photographing for the stars because of the blaring red beacon ever 3 seconds. So I kept my exposures short, at 4 seconds to try and limit my exposure to the beacon, while popping in iso to bring in light for the stars. It was a fun first outing and can’t wait for more clear skies. EXIF: Nikon D810 with Sigma Art 35 1.4@1.8 231 shots at 5000iso@4 seconds 7images stacked per frame for 33 total frames