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New on 500px : frozen gold by FelixInden by FelixInden

I shot this vertorama on one of my most remarkable evening of landscape photography.
I found the files for this stitch while screening through my older folders and i was very happy that with the processing skills i learned over the last year i was abled to get this done.
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New on 500px : Rising Sky by Gewitterjagd by Gewitterjagd

Standing above the Earth – Thats how I felt while shooting this scene. Right next to me, cliffs fall about 1000m in the depth of the foggy ocean, on the other side, the mountains raised another 500m and right in front of me the infinit night sky showed it’s best.

It is quite awesome for a mid-European to take photos in places where the light pollution isn’t that high, this are moments we never get to see here at home because of our big cities.

I will definitely go back to that place one day!

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New on 500px : Night Glow by AaronGroen by AaronGroen

Taken June 30th at 3:10 am local time in the Badlands National Park along Highway 240 near the Ancient Hunters overlook.
Single exposure shot with some very subtle light painting.

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New on 500px : Stars Over Dorset by lynchvt by lynchvt

After exposing for the sky I painted light onto the forground with a flashlight

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New on 500px : Milkyway over Mt. Evans Meyer-Womble Observatory in Denver, Colorado by SeanParker by SeanParker

Here is a 12-Photo Panoramic showing the Milky Way arching over the Meyer-Womble Observatory on Mt. Evans 37 miles west of Denver, Colorado. The observatory sits at an elevation of 14,193 ft and is owned and operated by the University of Denver. It is the 3rd highest optical/infrared observatory in the world.

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New on 500px : Starscape of Gornergrat by FrancisSo by FrancisSo

This photo was taken when I was travelling at Switzerland, I stayed at 3100 Kulmhotel Gornergrat (Mont Rosa view) and I took this photo at my room. You can see the milkyway above the glacier and the snow mountain. However, this great scene only last for about one hour and the dawn came. Anyway, hope you enjoy.

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New on 500px : Intergalactic International by AaronGroen by AaronGroen

“Intergalactic International” — Milky Way stars shine bright over this old International pickup near Beresford, South Dakota.
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New on 500px : To infinity and beyond II by StergosSkouloukas by StergosSkouloukas

The rising milkyway of April 2014.
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New on 500px : Banner Peak by BlakeDeBock by BlakeDeBock

It was 2:15 when I crawled out of my hammock and woke my Dad up to see the stars. We started a fire and warmed up as much as we could before we left. It was our second night and I woke up rufus to come along like always, but there was no way I was getting that dog up. We were all pushed past our limits the day before and barely made it over the ridge to this lake. We had to carry our packs through a freezing river and then pull ourselves through the last mile of intense snow covered uphill.

I knew the milky way would be just where I wanted it latest in the night; but If I shot the picture to late in the morning the sunrise light will ruin it. We left camp and hiked to this vantage point and turned off our lights. 3:42am is when I took this 30 second photograph, along with 6 others just in case. One of which was an 8 minute exposure. I actually tried some exposure masking but im not very good at it. I decided against it. This is one photograph, one exposure, not a composite, and all natural light.

Im blessed to sit with my father at 10,000ft elevation and share this incredible moment with him. “In the end, its not going to matter how many breaths you took, but how many moments took your breath away” – Shing Xiong

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