These incredible images show the movement of the Earth around its axis. In fact, there are hundreds of different shots of the night sky, superimposed on each other, produced a stellar black hole.
The Hungarian Gabor Gyula took the pictures, each of which left a few hours photographing in the dead of night. "Unfortunately, where I live, the sky is very overexposed terrestrial sources, because I photograph stars in the travel." He was taking pictures in different areas of Hungary and called the series "Vortex".