Daniel Greenwood shows us an incredible array of starlit photos, taken from beautiful vantage points, like in fields of flowers at night, up through dramatic canyons, and under the gush of a flowing waterfall.
Daniel Kordan's long-exposure photographs of the Namibian night sky show swirling vortexes of light, illuminating the ancient trees and landscape.
Terje Sorgjerd, a professional landscape filmmaker from Norway has really outdone himself with his latest, The Mountain. His short videos are not new by format or composition, but he has mastered time-lapse landscapes in a way that demands respect. I especially admire …
Anagraphic has an awesome lamp called the Starry Light, and that’s just what it is. Precise holes on the lamp project an accurate night sky on your walls, giving you a beautiful ambience.
An amazing photo project that shows cities if they didn’t have light pollution. Quite a beautiful piece of work. Via Its Okay to be Smart: Before these pictures can exist, the sky from one place has to be superimposed upon cityscape from …
I wish could say these were my images. I would love to see them this dramatically. Iceland, anyone?