Wayne Pinkston captures stunning star trails around the world

The majestic and mesmerizing Milky Way has been captured by many photographers all around the world but no one has done justice to its beauty except for Wayne Pinkston. The 64-year old partially retired physician turned photographer is based in Chesapeake, Va but has travelled throughout the United States and as far as Australia to capture the twinkling stars against the dark landscapes. The images are taken at significant places such as the Grand Canyon and the Coral Sea but the starry skies have completely overshadowed these places with their dim but hypnotizing glow.


Broken Arches National Park in Utah

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Joshua Tree in California

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Pinnacles in Trona, California

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Shiprock in New Mexico

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Sunset Arch in Utah

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Bisit Badlands, New Mexico

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Havasu Fall, Grand Canyon

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Coral Sea between Port Douglas and Cairns, Australia

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False Kiva, Utah

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View from the Grand Canyon

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