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breathe again by Trichardsen breathe again by Trichardsen
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It is pretty much the same as "breathe" but I really liked that I got the shooting star in this even if it is all the way up in the corner.

Hope you like it.

d800, 14mm, iso 3200, 30 seconds.
Near gildetun, troms county, northern norway.

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Critique by Satakuray Apr 2, 2013, 8:56:33 AM
First off THIS IS BEAUTIFUL!!
Absolutely Astonishing! I love the way the colors flow in the sky, as if the land is breathing. The title really fits the picture really well. The mountains in the distance are captivating and the color of the night sky really brings out the colors, the Aroura borealis had to offer on the night you took the picture. I like the glow of the pink behind the mountains really brings out the mountains themselves. I see beauty in this photo and a story to be told within the colors of the sky. I really love this photo. You really know how to capture a great story in each photo.

GREAT JOB! :icongreatjobplz:
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I think many of us can agree that you take beautiful photos of the northern lights, that is for certain. This photo is just one example of this. The colors are beautiful, the contrast of the blues, purple and orange against the white and black terrain. I'm curious if that line in the top right corner is a shooting star. I think your vision of this shot was good, but the angle could be slightly better. The techniques you use to take these amazing photos is outstanding. I also think the impact of this photo is great, only because it is something so beautiful that happens in naturally. This picture seems like you are just a passerby spying on nature's natural course. Overall a beautiful photo. You did a lovely job.
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ErikTheWild Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014
BEAUTIFUL!
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thank you :)
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ErikTheWild Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014
Welcome.
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bluezndance Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014
before i read your comment i was thinking is this a shooting star?  How many hours do you spend in one night taking those amazing photos?
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Professional Photographer
Generally in a single night around 5-6 hours.
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Looney33 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013
If i would have lived there i would like to make my changes too :), very nice, beautiful astronomical, and metreological view, you can even see starclusters in the milky way :D, very nice, think im seeing a neighboring galaxy also the white somewhat fuzy and long shaped figure, maybe its the andromeda galaxy not completly sure,  on the right, nice :)
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2013  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much. :)
Yes that is the adromeda galaxy, this was captured on the clearest night I saw of the season, just would love to have a proper telescope to do some deep sky photos that night. :D
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Looney33 Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013
Maybe you can connect a dobson telesope to it, like on old meade dobson, or orion, there not that expensive, and they have a very high light solving f4 usually with a 10 or 12,5 inch wide tube, they only trouble of the equipment is that is very heavy, a telescope with that kind of spec are like about 25 kg heavy, but if you can fit your camera on it and keep the tube steady, i think the results will be outstandig :)
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Trichardsen Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2013  Professional Photographer
Yeah I am thinking about getting one, but I really do not want to get a total beginner scope, I am more aiming towards the mid tier ones, so I will have to save a little before I get there.

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Meguru7an Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Just breathtaking! :heart: I wish I could see these sights too. How do you get the sky to look so detailed?
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