Photographer Lincoln Harrison, who has specialized in the registration of long-exposure frames, offers us a series of landscapes captured at different times near Lake Eppalock in Australia. Swirls of light, which are the main compositional element of this series of photo-landscapes, are the result of the registration of the stars at the time of being in rotation with Earth, and reflecting in the still image of them symmetric path. While these photographs resemble various postimpressionists productions, what they really offer is the opportunity to appreciate this kind of phenomena, that are in front of our eyes every day, but we are unaware of how could look all this record in a still image.

Source and images: ©Lincoln Harrison

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