Himalayan Nightscapes

A starry-eyed photographer has captured the beauty of a Himalayan night sky after spending months at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. Dedicated photographer, Anton Jankovoy, spent months camping at the foot of Mount Everest in a bid to capture the perfect picture. Now the 23-year-old, who dedicated three years to the project, has caught a series of stunning night shots on camera from star trails and meteors to the milky way and moon rise.

A starry-eyed photographer has captured the beauty of a Himalayan night sky after spending months at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. Dedicated photographer, Anton Jankovoy, spent months camping at the foot of Mount Everest in a bid to capture the perfect picture. Now the 23-year-old, who dedicated three years to the project, has caught a series of stunning night shots on camera from star trails and meteors to the milky way and moon rise.

A starry-eyed photographer has captured the beauty of a Himalayan night sky after spending months at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. Dedicated photographer, Anton Jankovoy, spent months camping at the foot of Mount Everest in a bid to capture the perfect picture. Now the 23-year-old, who dedicated three years to the project, has caught a series of stunning night shots on camera from star trails and meteors to the milky way and moon rise.

A starry-eyed photographer has captured the beauty of a Himalayan night sky after spending months at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. Dedicated photographer, Anton Jankovoy, spent months camping at the foot of Mount Everest in a bid to capture the perfect picture. Now the 23-year-old, who dedicated three years to the project, has caught a series of stunning night shots on camera from star trails and meteors to the milky way and moon rise.

A starry-eyed photographer has captured the beauty of a Himalayan night sky after spending months at the foot of the highest mountain in the world. Dedicated photographer, Anton Jankovoy, spent months camping at the foot of Mount Everest in a bid to capture the perfect picture. Now the 23-year-old, who dedicated three years to the project, has caught a series of stunning night shots on camera from star trails and meteors to the milky way and moon rise.