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The night sky at Delicate Arch by Wojciech Dabrowski

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For thousands of years, observing the night sky has been fundamental to human life and survival. The sky was a major symbol in the natural world of order and cyclic repetition. Studying the skies brought a sense of normalcy to people’s lives. Movement of the planets and stars helped farmers determine when to plant and harvest crops and guided ritual and religious observances. Interpretations of the celestial bodies varied widely among cultures, but often the sky was considered the abode of gods, a place humans could never touch.
Today we sometimes take the vast wealth of information on the night sky for granted or are amazed by the accomplishments of ancient astronomers. Our complacency or amazement results from our own night blindness, a symptom caused by our brightly lit and building-enclosed world. Even though we no longer need to track celestial events for our daily survival, we still enjoy gazing at the sky’s majestic beauty.

Taken with Canon 5D Mark II and Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM


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Wojciech Dabrowski is a landscape and portrait photographer known for unique conceptual images and ideas. His work covers many aspects of photography, from creating lasting memories in the form of family portraits and weddings through baby or glamour shoots to beautiful landscapes.

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  • Shannon Rogers
    Shannon Rogersalmost 3 years ago

    Wow thats awesome, I feel I’m on the moon, Brlliant Work :)

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyalmost 3 years ago

    wow!! I wish you can show me that live ;)

  • Thomas Eggert
    Thomas Eggertalmost 3 years ago

    Awesome work Wojciech….

  • Fiona Kersey
    Fiona Kerseyalmost 3 years ago

    truly amazing Wojciech….breathtaking actually!!

  • jean-jean
    jean-jeanalmost 3 years ago

    It is superb! Can you tell me the time to pose for this picture?

  • It’s not a single exposure…’s about 20 × 30 second exposures blended together into one using layer masks (Photoshop CS4)…

    – Wojciech Dabrowski

  • Béla Török
    Béla Törökalmost 3 years ago

    Amazing work, Wojciech!

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  • Steen Nielsen
    Steen Nielsenalmost 3 years ago

    That’s a magnificent capture Wojciech, it’s moody and beautiful.

  • Mieke Boynton
    Mieke Boyntonalmost 3 years ago

    Awesome work, Wojciech!!! Unreal!!

  • lynn carter
    lynn carteralmost 3 years ago

    Wow, what a experience, lovely work xx

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