Sunsets and sunrises seen from the International Space Station.
A pair of graphic design students from Kingston University have created a photography project centered around swallowing 35mm film and seeing how their digestive systems affected it.
“Durdle Door is a natural limestone arch near Lulworth in Dorset, England. This long exposure (112 minutes) captures the moon as it arcs over the arch. Truly dark skies are are hard to find in southern England where I live, so I’ve decided instead to try photographing the brightest thing in the night sky at well known or iconic locations.”