A 355-minute startrail image from Nisyros Island
One of the most basic types of astrophotography and yet equally stunning is that involving startrails.
Circumpolar star trails above a 13-century tower in Greece.
On a rare occasion the geomagnetic storm in November 2003 created strong aurora viewed as far south as Greece.
The Sun sets on the summer solstice evening in Greece.
Star trails above a single arch stone bridge from the Byzantine era in Greece.
The lighthouse at Cape Melagavi, Greece.
The full moon near its greatest possible
distance from earth (apogee).
Rising full moon behind the air traffic control tower of the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport.
This long-exposure image captures 5 hours of the night sky above a historic tower in Greece.
This long-exposure image from the historic island of Euboea captures 4 hours of the night sky.
This long-exposure image from the Greek island of Euboea captures more than three hours of the night sky.
The full moon rises above ruins of a castle in Greece.
This long-exposure image captures more than 3 hours of the night sky, creating a circular pattern of stars.
Stars wheel above a Byzantine-era castle on the Greek island of Euboea.
A time-exposure image shows the star trails above ruins of a castle on the island of Euboea, Greece.
A time-exposure image shows the rotating sky over an abandoned Church in Greece.
A time-exposure image shows the rotating sky over a pyramid ruins in Greece.
This record of the Sun yearly journey through planet Earth sky, made with planned multiple exposures captured on a single frame of a film.
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