Vitor Schietti, a Brazilian photographer who specializes in fireworks and long-exposure photography created photo series titled Impermanent Sculptures, in which light seems to flow down from branches and stems of trees. The photographer made these beautiful light paintings by using long exposure photography and a bit of post-processing.
Stunning light paintings by Vitor Schietti
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Amazingly clear view of the International Space Station crossing the sun and moon
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