Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

Categories: Nature | Space

Well, who among us has not made a wish on a shooting star at least once? And some, like, for example, photographer Dave Morrow (Dave Morrow) manage not only to make a wish, but also to photograph shooting stars. Away from the city light and noise, the starry sky is especially beautiful. This is a real blue canvas, dotted with white droplets of stars. And some "droplets" no, no, and will break off from this canvas, rushing down.

Falling from Heaven

Boeing Plant Engineer Dave Morrow from Seattle, Washington, really got into photography in the early fifties. His favorite techniques are landscapes and astrophotography. Impressive is not only the exceptional quality of Morrow's work, but also his qualifications on serious technical issues — cameras, lenses, shooting techniques, graphic editors.

Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

About himself and his work , Dave says:

Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

Falling from Heaven

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