Extremely long exposure: Photographer endures 15-hour shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky
Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison's photographs of star trails in  the Australian night sky. These long-exposure shots were taken over the  course of 15 hours! Not only did these shots require a lot of patience  but they also required a great deal of stamina. In order to take these shots, Harrison had to withstand Australia’s cold  winter night near Bendigo over Lake Eppalock. Harrison describes his  experience saying, “It was a grueling night with a total shooting time  was 15 hours in freezing conditions, sunset to sunrise.”
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Extremely long exposure: Photographer endures 15-hour shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky
Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison's photographs of star trails in  the Australian night sky. These long-exposure shots were taken over the  course of 15 hours! Not only did these shots require a lot of patience  but they also required a great deal of stamina. In order to take these shots, Harrison had to withstand Australia’s cold  winter night near Bendigo over Lake Eppalock. Harrison describes his  experience saying, “It was a grueling night with a total shooting time  was 15 hours in freezing conditions, sunset to sunrise.”
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Extremely long exposure: Photographer endures 15-hour shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky
Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison's photographs of star trails in  the Australian night sky. These long-exposure shots were taken over the  course of 15 hours! Not only did these shots require a lot of patience  but they also required a great deal of stamina. In order to take these shots, Harrison had to withstand Australia’s cold  winter night near Bendigo over Lake Eppalock. Harrison describes his  experience saying, “It was a grueling night with a total shooting time  was 15 hours in freezing conditions, sunset to sunrise.”
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Extremely long exposure: Photographer endures 15-hour shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky
Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison's photographs of star trails in  the Australian night sky. These long-exposure shots were taken over the  course of 15 hours! Not only did these shots require a lot of patience  but they also required a great deal of stamina. In order to take these shots, Harrison had to withstand Australia’s cold  winter night near Bendigo over Lake Eppalock. Harrison describes his  experience saying, “It was a grueling night with a total shooting time  was 15 hours in freezing conditions, sunset to sunrise.”
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Extremely long exposure: Photographer endures 15-hour shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky

Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison's photographs of star trails in the Australian night sky. These long-exposure shots were taken over the course of 15 hours! Not only did these shots require a lot of patience but they also required a great deal of stamina.

In order to take these shots, Harrison had to withstand Australia’s cold winter night near Bendigo over Lake Eppalock. Harrison describes his experience saying, “It was a grueling night with a total shooting time was 15 hours in freezing conditions, sunset to sunrise.”

(Source: Daily Mail)

From the Artist: "While out exploring places far from city light pollution, I  occasionally come across houses, farms, structures that have long been  abandoned. It’s fascinating to me the beauty these places can still hold while slowly falling to pieces. I get nostalgic and imaginative wondering who built it. What plans did they have, what lives did they live in these places?
In its current state, it is a hazard. Many would call it a failure. A  body, dead, but unburied- bones and skeletons still standing. The  wallpaper is gone, the windows are usually broken long ago, roofs caved  in sometimes, stairs collapsed- but every one of those elements was once  purposefully and carefully put there, piece by piece until a house was  made”.
Abandoned Homes Under the Stars by http://www.thestartrail.com/
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From the Artist: "While out exploring places far from city light pollution, I  occasionally come across houses, farms, structures that have long been  abandoned. It’s fascinating to me the beauty these places can still hold while slowly falling to pieces. I get nostalgic and imaginative wondering who built it. What plans did they have, what lives did they live in these places?
In its current state, it is a hazard. Many would call it a failure. A  body, dead, but unburied- bones and skeletons still standing. The  wallpaper is gone, the windows are usually broken long ago, roofs caved  in sometimes, stairs collapsed- but every one of those elements was once  purposefully and carefully put there, piece by piece until a house was  made”.
Abandoned Homes Under the Stars by http://www.thestartrail.com/
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From the Artist: "While out exploring places far from city light pollution, I  occasionally come across houses, farms, structures that have long been  abandoned. It’s fascinating to me the beauty these places can still hold while slowly falling to pieces. I get nostalgic and imaginative wondering who built it. What plans did they have, what lives did they live in these places?
In its current state, it is a hazard. Many would call it a failure. A  body, dead, but unburied- bones and skeletons still standing. The  wallpaper is gone, the windows are usually broken long ago, roofs caved  in sometimes, stairs collapsed- but every one of those elements was once  purposefully and carefully put there, piece by piece until a house was  made”.
Abandoned Homes Under the Stars by http://www.thestartrail.com/
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From the Artist: "While out exploring places far from city light pollution, I  occasionally come across houses, farms, structures that have long been  abandoned. It’s fascinating to me the beauty these places can still hold while slowly falling to pieces. I get nostalgic and imaginative wondering who built it. What plans did they have, what lives did they live in these places?
In its current state, it is a hazard. Many would call it a failure. A  body, dead, but unburied- bones and skeletons still standing. The  wallpaper is gone, the windows are usually broken long ago, roofs caved  in sometimes, stairs collapsed- but every one of those elements was once  purposefully and carefully put there, piece by piece until a house was  made”.
Abandoned Homes Under the Stars by http://www.thestartrail.com/
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From the Artist: "While out exploring places far from city light pollution, I  occasionally come across houses, farms, structures that have long been  abandoned. It’s fascinating to me the beauty these places can still hold while slowly falling to pieces. I get nostalgic and imaginative wondering who built it. What plans did they have, what lives did they live in these places?
In its current state, it is a hazard. Many would call it a failure. A  body, dead, but unburied- bones and skeletons still standing. The  wallpaper is gone, the windows are usually broken long ago, roofs caved  in sometimes, stairs collapsed- but every one of those elements was once  purposefully and carefully put there, piece by piece until a house was  made”.
Abandoned Homes Under the Stars by http://www.thestartrail.com/
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From the Artist: "While out exploring places far from city light pollution, I occasionally come across houses, farms, structures that have long been abandoned. It’s fascinating to me the beauty these places can still hold while slowly falling to pieces. I get nostalgic and imaginative wondering who built it. What plans did they have, what lives did they live in these places?

In its current state, it is a hazard. Many would call it a failure. A body, dead, but unburied- bones and skeletons still standing. The wallpaper is gone, the windows are usually broken long ago, roofs caved in sometimes, stairs collapsed- but every one of those elements was once purposefully and carefully put there, piece by piece until a house was made”.

Abandoned Homes Under the Stars by http://www.thestartrail.com/