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Chiesa san luigi dei francesi, Roma da massimo cuomo
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These images were taken in Double Adobe, Arizona on my family ranch. Springtime tends to be windy out here so I wanted to concentrate on this tree to get that really shaky look. The fast moving clouds were a happy byproduct of the breeze and they cleared just enough for the Milky Way to be seen fairly well.
This is 597 (I shot 600 but I pulled out 3 where you could see the headlights from my Jeep as I drove away) photos taken with a D750 and Nikon 14-24 @14mm. F/2.8 ISO 2500, 20 second exposure with 4 seconds between exposures. Edited in Lightroom, merged in QuickTime 7 with the motion effect added in Adobe Premiere.

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Splash Mountain’s Magnificence by Matthew Cooper

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The cut by Paolo Grisleri
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Hanging around the hotel after dinner, I found this golf course along the river and from one green I noticed that the milky way was exactly there, filling almost all the visible sky. There are also three falling stars.

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Il Trionfo della Divina Provvidenza da massimo cuomo
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Pietro da Cortona, 1632-1639

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Lovely timelapse and drone tour takes you through the remote Kimberley Region of Western Australia - something in here for everyone who follows this page, from saltwater crocodiles to timelapse night sky shots to outcrop and waterfalls. Original video caption:

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The Galaxy in my Hood - Explored #13 by Matt Payne
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I really wanted to drive to Lost Lake today to get a photograph of the Milky Way and Mount Hood. I had to drop my wife and son off at the Portland airport at 3:30 A.M., so I was already going to be awake and in the car; however, I took one look at the weather and decided it would have been a waste of gas - nothing but fog and clouds in the forecast. Instead, I came home and edited this version of Mount Hood and the Milky Way, with a small meteor above galactic center. My goal was to use the lines created by the Milky Way and it’s reflection to draw the viewer right into the center of the frame and Mount Hood. I also went for the inclusion of these two rocks on the shore of Lost Lake as anchors for my photo. Some technical details: Nikon D800, Nikon 14-24, f/2.8, ISO 3200, 30 seconds. I combined exposures taken on the same night, one earlier than the other, to get good exposure on Mount Hood. I enhanced the reflection of the Milky Way to make it more visible and to achieve the vision I had for the image.

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Tokyo station @ Night #1 by mobile_gwenster
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Tokyo station as seen from the neighboring Kitte building. Tripod’s weren’t allowed; the patrolling security guard made sure of that. So hand-held shot from a 14-24/2.8 Didn’t turn out too bad. The only regret I have is that the front of the station (off-camera to the left) was covered in white construction walls. Even though they finished renovating the whole front area 2 years ago. Hence why i purposely framed it like this to get all the uglyness out of the way. Next time round when the construction is out of the way I will head back and take another picture from another angle of the station. Gear Nikon D810 Nikon 14-24/2.8 @F/4

The Center of Reflection, by hpd_fotografy

I walked around quite a bit to find the center of this amazing cloud formation, reflected in the still and ice-cold water of Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon. I was still in time to shoot this in the amazing light of the setting sun. Weather and light conditions during that night were out of this world. It was the best night we had on the whole trip - by a large margin.

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Journey of the Little Mermaid by Matthew Cooper