[图]Capture the Atlas揭晓其年度银河摄影大赛的获奖作品
据New Atlas报道，银河系是夜空中最宏伟的摄影主题之一，因此旅游博客Capture the Atlas 每年举办一次比赛来突出它也就不足为奇了。今年是年度银河摄影大赛的25幅获奖作品现在已经揭晓。
Capture the Atlas 的年度摄影比赛旨在庆祝银河系摄影艺术。评委们考虑的不仅仅是图像本身的质量，还有拍摄背后的故事，以及它在激励其他可能成为天体摄影师的人拿起相机，前往黑暗和安静的地方，试试自己的运气方面有多有效。
今年的亮点之一是Benjamin Barakat在法国拍摄的《 House of Lavender》。一条粉红色的银河笼罩着一片薰衣草田，自然的线条将人们的视线引向中心的一个孤独的小屋。
在 Uroš Fink的摄影作品《Perseid Meteor Shower on Mangart Saddle》中，银河系的细节点缀着流星雨的一丝光亮。该作品是在斯洛文尼亚的朱利安阿尔卑斯山中拍摄的。
你可以前往Capture the Atlas查看完整的获奖名单。如果你还在寻找更多的天体摄影作品，可以查看往年比赛的获奖作品。
The earth is about 26000 light-years from the center of the Milky way. Seen from an unknown spiral arm, the Milky way's core looks like a glowing cluster of stars, partially obscured by clouds of dust and gas in the universe, seemingly drawing an arc in the night sky. Match it with the beautiful landscape of the earth, and you will have a gorgeous picture.
Capture the Atlas's annual photography competition celebrates the art of photography in the Galaxy. The judges considered not only the quality of the image itself, but also the story behind the shoot and how effective it was in motivating other would-be celestial photographers to pick up their cameras and go to dark and quiet places to try their luck.
This year's award-winning work was shot by 25 photographers from 14 different countries with landscapes from 12 countries. including the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, Argentina, Chile, Egypt, France, Spain, Slovenia and Slovakia.
One of the highlights of this year is "House of Lavender" filmed by Benjamin Barakat in France. A pink Milky way shrouded a lavender field, and natural lines drew people's attention to a lonely hut in the center.
The details of the Milky way galaxy are dotted with a glimmer of light from the meteor shower in "Perseid Meteor Shower on Mangart Saddle," a photograph by Uro Qing Fink. The work was filmed in the Julian Alps in Slovenia.
You can go to Capture the Atlas to see the full list of winners. If you are still looking for more astrophotography, you can check out the award-winning works from previous competitions.