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2010年度天文摄影图片展

  由英国皇家天文台主办的2010年天文摄影展之“年度天文图片”评选结果日前揭晓,作品《远古枯树与银河系》获得总冠军。

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冠军:Blazing Bristlecone by Tom Lowe (USA)

这张照片出自美国摄影师汤姆·罗伊之手,照片上显示的是在浩瀚夜空的映衬下,一棵枯树孤零零地独自站立着。这颗枯树据称可能是一棵狐尾松,其盛产于美国西南部地区。英国皇家天文台的评委马列可·库库拉(Marek?Kukula)称这棵狐尾松有可能已经在那里站立了5000年,但是相较于其头顶闪着乳白色光亮的银河系来说,它的年纪只能算得上是个小婴儿,而那乳白色的星光从银河系来到地球就要花费将近三万年的时间。

Congratulations to Tom Lowe who wins the title Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2010 with this?spectacular image of ancient trees silhouetted against the bright star clouds of the Milky Way. Competition judge Marek Kukula says: ‘I think this beautiful picture perfectly captures the spirit of Astronomy Photographer of the Year, linking the awe-inspiring vista of the night sky with life here on Earth. The bristlecone pines in the foreground can live as long as five thousand years. But they are babies compared to the starlight shining behind them, some of which began its journey towards us almost?30,000 years ago.

This photo is the winner of the "Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2010":www.nmm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of...

White Mountains, California. An ancient Bristlecone Pine stands before the Milky Way as a meteor streaks the sky.

(I accidentally cast some artificial light onto the tree while setting up my dolly timelapse move.)

器材: Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR camera with a Canon EF 16-35mm lens set at 16mm

View timelapse video here:?www.vimeo.com/6686768

亚军:Whisper of the Wind by Dave Brosha (Canada)

拍摄日期:2010年4月3日

器材:Canon EOS 5D Mark II DSLR camera with a Sigma 15mm fisheye lens on a static tripod.

I've viewed hundreds of displays of Aurora Borealis and although the technical process of photographing this spectacle isn't overly difficult or challenging, I never fail to be inspired when I'm out there, in the cold and dark, shooting.

Photography of the aurora is one way to force yourself outside to view it. Believe it or not, many northerners don't "see" the aurora that often; they don't leave the comfort of their warm houses. I myself have fallen victim, at times, to the line of thinking "ah, they're?always?out - why bother looking?" which is a little sad. We take for granted one of the world's most amazing natural sights.

Blurb aside, I loved the shape of this particular April, 2010 display. It only lasted minutes, and then moved on to some other wonderful formation... but it reminded me of a breath, or a whisper, or wind coming from the stars themselves.

Surrounded by Space by Fredrik Broms (Sweden)

拍摄地点:挪威北部Boreal森林

拍摄日期:2009年10月22日

器材参数:Nikon D3, AF-Nikkor 20 mm f2/8, 15 sec, f/2.8, ISO 800

Ever since my grandfather took me out as a child and showed me the wonders of the night sky, I have been deeply interested and fascinated by astronomy. Even though I unfortunately lost my guide and greatest source for inspiration too early, my fascination continued to grow deeper. In this picture, from the forest floor, I wanted to capture some of the magic feeling of being completely surrounded both by our own Earth and the vast space beyond.

Primal Wonder by Larry Andreasen (USA)

20mm - 30 seconds iso 2000
Mount Adams Washington
Yakima Nations Land

he beauty of the Milky Way as backdrop to a forest fire on Yakima Nation Lands, on Mount Adams in Washington State, makes me think of a people long ago huddled around a campfire pondering the mysteries of the timeless skies in wonder.

Solstice Full Moon over Sounion by Anthony Ayiomamitis (Greece)

  在夏至那天,一轮缓缓升起的满月映衬着位于希腊雅典南部舒尼恩半岛(Sounion)上的海神波塞冬神庙。拍摄这张照片的希腊摄影师安东尼·艾因梅米缇斯(Anthony Ayiomamitis)说:“这一般景象深深地震撼了我,我想即使是那有着45亿年历史的月亮还有那2500年前建造的海神庙在这样的场景面前也会黯然失色的。”

From a very young age I was always fascinated by the aura of Ancient Greece and the rising full Moon at Sounion was a unique way to freeze a very special and breathtaking moment involving our 4.5-billion-year-old celestial neighbour and the 2500-year-old temple. A lot of work went into preparing for this single-exposure photo since there is absolutely no room for error.

器材:Takahashi FSQ-106 106mm refractor telescope with an Astro-Physics 2x convertible Barlow lens and a Canon EOS 5D Mark I DSLR camera

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