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Long Exposure Photos Capture the Swirling Star Trails Across the Namib Desert

The night sky has been a source of inspiration for artists throughout history, resulting in timeless masterpieces such as Van Gogh’s The Starry Night. And as one of the most challenging subjects to photograph, star trails are certainly worth the effort when they’re captured in all of their colorful, swirling brilliance. One contemporary master star-gazer is Russian landscape photographer Daniel Kordan, who on a recent trip to South Africa, captured the dazzling cosmos above Namibia’s Namib desert in a series of long exposure photographs.




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