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Milky Way Swirls Above Lightning Flashes in Australian Timelapse Footage

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Milky Way Swirls Above Lightning Flashes in Australian Timelapse Footage

Milky Way Swirls Above Lightning Flashes in Australian Timelapse Footage

Landscape photographer and videographer Daniel Haynes captured this timelapse video of the night sky on May 4 at Stockton Beach, New South Wales.

Haynes recorded the video over the course of three hours on the beach.

He set up the camera by the camping ground on the beach; the small fire in the video was lit by Haynes and his friends.

Haynes batch edited the images in the timelapse, using the Lightroom tool and exported to Photoshop to render the video.

Credit: Daniel Haynes via Storyful

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