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Milky Way

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A few night ago, I decided to take a shot of the Milky Way. I love looking at the stars and dreaming about the vastness of the universe and of all the mysteries it keeps for herself. There is so much I'll probably never know anything about... and I like that. In a world where so much mystery has been revealed through science and through the great minds of people, I love that there is still mystery and an unknown that is greater than us. It's on glorious display every night before our very eyes if we'll just look up and see it, but it's far beyond our reach or that of our technology. Mystery is the birthplace of hope and imagination is the fuel that drives mankind's long and storied history of exploration. No matter how many answers we find I hope there is always some mystery that remains for our minds to ponder.

Camera Model Name:NIKON D850
X Resolution:600
Y Resolution:600
Resolution Unit:inches
Software:Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic 7.5 (Windows)
Modify Date:2018-09-23 16:52:50 GMT
Exposure Time:15
F Number:1.8
Exposure Program:Aperture-priority AE
ISO:6400
Sensitivity Type:Recommended Exposure Index
Recommended Exposure Index:6400
Exif Version:0230
Date/Time Original:2018-09-13 21:51:30 GMT
Create Date:2018-09-13 21:51:30 GMT
Shutter Speed Value:15
Aperture Value:1.8
Exposure Compensation:+3
Max Aperture Value:1.7
Metering Mode:Center-weighted average
Light Source:Unknown
Flash:No Flash
Focal Length:35.0 mm
Copyright
Reese Ferrier
Image Size
5504x8256 / 37.2MB
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A few night ago, I decided to take a shot of the Milky Way. I love looking at the stars and dreaming about the vastness of the universe and of all the mysteries it keeps for herself. There is so much I'll probably never know anything about... and I like that. In a world where so much mystery has been revealed through science and through the great minds of people, I love that there is still mystery and an unknown that is greater than us. It's on glorious display every night before our very eyes if we'll just look up and see it, but it's far beyond our reach or that of our technology. Mystery is the birthplace of hope and imagination is the fuel that drives mankind's long and storied history of exploration. No matter how many answers we find I hope there is always some mystery that remains for our minds to ponder.<br />
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Camera Model Name:NIKON D850<br />
X Resolution:600<br />
Y Resolution:600<br />
Resolution Unit:inches<br />
Software:Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic 7.5 (Windows)<br />
Modify Date:2018-09-23 16:52:50 GMT<br />
Exposure Time:15<br />
F Number:1.8<br />
Exposure Program:Aperture-priority AE<br />
ISO:6400<br />
Sensitivity Type:Recommended Exposure Index<br />
Recommended Exposure Index:6400<br />
Exif Version:0230<br />
Date/Time Original:2018-09-13 21:51:30 GMT<br />
Create Date:2018-09-13 21:51:30 GMT<br />
Shutter Speed Value:15<br />
Aperture Value:1.8<br />
Exposure Compensation:+3<br />
Max Aperture Value:1.7<br />
Metering Mode:Center-weighted average<br />
Light Source:Unknown<br />
Flash:No Flash<br />
Focal Length:35.0 mm