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Night sky timelapse captured in 4K with my Theta V on a moonless night in Colorado.  The light pollution glow is from the city of Denver about 25 miles to the East. To the West you can see the silhouette of the continental divide and Mt. Evans, one of Colorado's 14,000ft peaks.
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Trustedphoto1 yr ago
@Kirsten Fun Many stars all night long!
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I do not know who invented the delay shot but the video shot this way is very beautiful.
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Kirsten Funk1 yr ago
Is it a star in the sky
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Very wonderful 12 seconds, there are brilliant stars, bright and beautiful lights.
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Jeromy Von1 yr ago
Completely immersed in it
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Nola Brakus1 yr ago
It's so nice
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This video is really great
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I can see this video thousands times. Altough it is only 12 seconds, Every second is so beautiful.
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Want to see longer video
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Javon King1 yr ago
Eight hours only took 12 seconds to finish, perhaps our lives in the eyes of future generations is like this short-lived.
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