02.05.11 by Jeff

Terje Sorgjerd

“The Mountain” by Terje Sorgjerd. This is incredible.

The Mountain El Tiede by Terje Sorgjerd

Watch the video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • wow… not sure what else to say.

  • Steven Duncan

    so this is real?! like, I know near nothing about photography or cinematography, just love looking at it…are stars and galaxies able to be picked up by film, or does this video involve editing/special effects?

    regardless, i’m amazed by it. Absolutely wonderful.

    • Brent Taylor

      I’m sure there is some post production, but this is what the sky looks like when it isn’t being polluted by light from a city.

  • is hard to believe what you can see in a mountain

  • AMAZING!! Loved it. Amazingly beautiful!

  • Rhys

    Incredible

  • LAREN

    Beautiful.

  • I always love this kind of videos.

  • lapetitefaon

    and to think I live in a city with light pollution so bad you can hardly see a star, this made me homesick for El Tiede (the mountain this was apparently taken from) even though I’ve never been before!

  • Even tough I love this images, it’s really hard for me to believe that this as no manipulation. It’s hard to believe that it’s still possible to capture images like that. However, despite my doubts, it’s is an incredibly beautiful video. :)

  • i really want to know if this is real?? does anyone know??

    its sad/funny that we are so prone to thinking that its fake, light pollution.. :/

  • WoW! I love this video!!

  • Stefan

    It’s so nostalgic that it appears surreal, or manufactured.

  • dario

    its real.
    telescope + camera adapter + camera





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