Chinese boy Dai Jianfeng, 27, has been taking photos of the starry sky for four years, and his works once were on NASA’s Astronomy Photo and PANS. He often says that shooting the starry sky is just “to keep the eyes on the heavens while the body in the hell”. Now let’s have a journey to the stars that is like traveling in the heavens together with him.
A photo taken at Kala Pattar in Nepal’s Sagarmatha National Park on December 4th, 2015. This is the starry sky over the top of the world where the stars of the Auriga and the Taurus rise in the sky over the Himalayas after the sun sets.
It is a photo taken at Gokyo in Nepal’s Sagarmatha National Park on December 17th, 2015. This village, with an altitude of 4,800m is located beside a lake where one can see the magnificent snow-topped peaks Cholatse and Tabuche of the Himalayas in the distance.
A photo taken at Chhukhung in Nepal’s Sagarmatha National Park on November 30th, 2015. In the starry sky in winter, the Orion is the most easily recognizable constellation as one can see three bright stars in a straight line – the famous Three stars.
It is a photo taken at Chhukhung in Nepal’s Sagarmatha National Park on November 29th, 2015. In the sky after the sun sets, a V-shaped light cross appeared. The two rays of light respectively were the starlight from the Milky Way and the zodiacal light from the Solar System.
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