12/21/2013 03:02 EST | Updated 12/21/2013 03:11 EST

'Stargazing In The Rockies' Showcases Alberta's Dark Skies (VIDEO)

A stunning time-lapse video of stars in Alberta showcases the province's deep, dark skies.

"Stargazing in the Canadian Rockies" captures the brilliant stars in Jasper National Park, home to one of the world's largest Dark Sky preserves.

Filmed by photographer Jack Fusco during the 2013 Jasper Dark Sky Festival, the video features over 2,000 shots of the sky around Jasper National Park over two nights.

"I stayed out shooting and moving from spot to spot each night until just before sunrise," Fusco said on his website.

"The sky in the Columbia Icefield area was unlike any I had witnessed before," he added.

Some of the locations in the video include Pyramid Lake, the Athabasca Glacier and the province's picturesque Rocky Mountains.

Watch the video above and find more photos of Alberta's beautiful skies below:

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