The Telegraph is running a beautiful photo series of "Star Trails," taken by Australian photographer Lincoln Harrison. It's nearly impossible to believe that these photos aren't generated on a computer somewhere, but rest assured, they are real. Harrison stood for 15 hours a night in freezing temperatures to capture the movement of the stars throughout the night.
There's something to be said for the power of seeing the world move. Many have tried to hold a moonbeam in their hands. Capturing nature's magic in a single frame feels almost magical.
Check out more of Harrison's work at his website: http://lincolnharrison.com/startrails/#/8. Enjoy!