This is a picture that was taken during approximately 1.5 hours on Mauna Kea, Big Island, Hawaii. In the foreground, you can see the Canada France Hawaii Telescope. On Mauna Kea, nights are amazingly clear and dark. The picture consists of 22 single frames, each taken at f/4, ISO 100, 16 mm and exposure time of a little more than 4 minutes, which makes it a total 90 minutes exposure. I stitched the pictures in Photoshop to create this image.
This was one of the most beautiful campsites we’ve ever found: up on a cliff overlooking the ocean and a river, absolute solitude, and an amazing night sky!
I took this picture a little while ago near Sossusvlei, Namibia. The Namib Naukluft National Park is one of the most amazing places I've ever been! At Deadvlei, a dried out lake, hundreds of dead trees on white sand with orange dunes in the background create a fantastic atmosphere.
Taken at Victoria Peak.
Panorama of the Tokyo Skyline at night taken from Roppongi Hills.
I took this picture out of the 15th floor of a residential building to get a good view of the elevated highway and the city of Shanghai.
Taken from Braemar Hill, east of Central Hong Kong just after sunset.
This is the view from the castle Neuschwanstein in Bavaria, Germany. The castle itself is already quite amazing, but the view from there is what makes the whole place so awesome. I used a 10 stop ND filter for this long exposure.
This picture was taken on a bridge neat San Marco Square in Venice, Italy. The island of San Giorgio Maggiore is just a couple of hundred meters away from the rest of the city.
The castle of Neuschwanstein as seen from the Marienbrücke.
The Painted Ladies with the San Francisco skyline in the background just after sunset.
Taken from Marin Headlands