I sometimes wonder if watching a timelapse is like peering through the looking glass of a God; if you could watch the universe in splices taken at regular intervals, you could make it through a billion years or so. This was taken Aug11th-12th, during the peak of the Perseid Meteor showers at Joshua Tree National Park. When you see the stars sinking into the landscapes, It's hard to believe that the stars aren't drifting anywhere, but it's the slow churning of the earth that swallows up our views.
MUSIC: Glósóli by Sigur Rós
EQUIPMENT: 5DMkII, 7D, 24 Sigma 1.4, 24-70 L 2.8
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