BioNight scenes by Anton Jankovoy

This series of photos I've been making during 6 years in different regions of nepali Himalayas. I've walked on foot across the mountains more than 4000 km and the most of them on the altitude about 3000-5500 m.

This series of photos I’ve been making during 6 years in different regions of nepali Himalayas.

I’ve walked on foot across the mountains more than 4000 km and the most of them on the altitude about 3000-5500 m. I’ve captured more than 2 Tb of photo material and here I want to present you some of the best shots of the my Night scenes. Why so? Because in this way I wanted to show Mother Nature in her entire splendor.

Well, and I don’t know what can be greater than highest mountain range on Earth – Himalayas. And what if you’ll add to it views of the night sky with billion of stars and galaxies? Such a combination simply cannot leave me indifferent! Hope you will feel it in the same way. [Official website]

Night scenes by Anton Jankovoy
Night scenes by Anton Jankovoy

Night scenes by Anton Jankovoy
Night scenes by Anton Jankovoy

Night scenes by Anton Jankovoy
Night scenes by Anton Jankovoy

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