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Green
Green
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-27 22:41:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°53'28"S - 150°27'42"O
  • Despite the drought that’s afflicted most of my home state of New South Wales, there is a lot of green in this photo. The poplar trees that had been bare during winter and earlier in our southern spring were well dressed in their foliage, and the paddocks behind them seemed to have had enough water to keep them looking just as green. On this night the sky was showing a lovely shade of green, too. That colour in the background sky comes from the atmospheric effect known as “airglow”, a feature of the night that our unaided eyes cannot see. The Large and Small Magellanic Clouds–companion galaxies that are travelling through space with our Milky Way–are the two distinct, fuzzy objects that are hanging in the heavens between the two poplars. Although they’re visible all year round, the summer months down here below the equator provide some of the best opportunities to see and photograph the two stellar sidekicks. Photographed near the rural city of Nowra, Australia, in late October of 2019, I shot this single-frame image using a Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, with an exposure time of 15 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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The only clouds in the sky
The only clouds in the sky
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-14 23:48:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°53'28"S - 150°27'42"O
  • I’m sure I’m not the only Southern Hemisphere-dweller who’s gone outside at night to look at or photograph the sky, hoping to enjoy a cloud-free experience, then felt disappointed to see a couple of puffs of cloud in the distance. The first time I experienced this was about forty years ago when I first got interested in astronomy, not realising that this was the first time I was seeing the Magellanic Clouds. Although they only look like little white blobs, each of the two Magellanic Clouds is a galaxy, and they’re not puffs of moisture floating across the local sky. According to astronomers, the Large Magellanic Cloud is about 160,000 light-years away and is home to roughly 30 billion stars. The Small Magellanic Cloud, at 200,000 light-years from Earth, contains only(!) 3 billion stars. It may be too small to see on your phone but just above the Small Cloud is the globular cluster known as 47 Tucanae, consisting of around 10,000 stars. Canon EOS 6D, Samyang 14mm XP lens @ f/2.8, 25-second exposure @ ISO 6400.
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Bend and stretch, reach for the stars
Bend and stretch, reach for the stars
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 21:28:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°53'28"S - 150°27'42"O
  • The end of Milky Way season for 2018 is still a few months away for us here in the Southern Hemisphere, but I am starting to fret about how many more chances I’ll get to photograph my favourite part of the night sky. When I shot this scene the Milky Way’s core had passed overhead, and the rich band of stars, dust and gas that gives our home galaxy its name was now into the western half of the sky. The time was 9:30 pm on the first Saturday of August. In a month’s time, the stars will be in this position at 7:30 pm. With Daylight Saving cutting in during the first weekend of October, the same view will occur at 6:30 pm but the sun won’t have set yet. Time marches on too quickly! I’ve used poplars to frame the Milky Way in several shots over the past four years, and I continue to find them useful. Perhaps it’s because they’re not native trees to Australia, or because they are much taller than other trees of the same width. The warped perspective from using a wide-angle lens seems to be bending the trees towards the mass of light and gravitational attraction present in the galactic core. The location, southwest of Nowra, Australia, was another gem with clear skies, no wind and only three cars passing me in the two hours that I was lurking in the dark with my camera. I just managed to sneak Jupiter into the right-hand edge of the shot, but Mars and its blazing orange light dominate the relatively empty section of sky at the top left. This shot doesn’t quite nail the alignment I was after, and I didn’t manage to get the lighting even across all of the poplars, so I hope you find beauty and interest in it. I used the app Autopano Pro to stitch together five single, overlapping photos to create this final vertical panorama. For each photo, I used the following equipment and settings: Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, Samyang 14mm XP lens @ f/2.8, 25-second exposure @ ISO 6400.
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Shots fired, photographer scared!
Shots fired, photographer scared!
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-10-27 22:08:48
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°53'28"S - 150°27'42"O
  • The shallow valley near Nowra, Australia, where I captured this photo is isolated, sparsely populated and very, very quiet when there’s no wind blowing. On the night that I visited, in late October of 2019, the lack of wind rendered the area still and silent. The clear air gave me fantastic conditions to photograph the Milky Way and Jupiter as they began to merge with the southwestern horizon. There is a farmhouse out-of-frame on the right, on the far side of the valley from where I set up my camera. The people who live in that house have at least two dogs, and those dogs have EXCELLENT hearing, I discovered. Any time I made a noise, like when I scraped my tripod’s leg along the road accidentally, the dogs would bark. They would bark, and keep barking, and then bark some more. After around five minutes of the dogs continually barking, I heard the owner’s voice bark back, telling them to shut up. When the dogs kept at it, the owners’ voice barked some more, too. A moment after that, I saw a muzzle-flash and then heard the delayed report from the man’s gun. Was he shooting at me? Was he shooting at the dogs? Whatever the guy was doing, another muzzle flash and its accompanying blast let me know that he was doing it again. What should I do now? Should I duck, or run, or bundle my gear into my car and leave? The gunshots had the desired effect and quieted the dogs, so I waited a few minutes and went back to my kind of shooting. For this “shot”, I used a canon rather than a gun. That “canon” was my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, using an exposure time of 15 seconds @ ISO 3200.
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In the cold light of night
In the cold light of night
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-05 22:10:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°53'28"S - 150°27'42"O
  • I don’t remember what the exact temperature was when I visited this shallow valley at Burrier, west of Nowra, Australia, in August of this year. However, I do remember that the air was cold and that I was wearing multiple layers of warm clothing plus a beanie, a hoodie, gloves and had a couple of heat packs in my pockets. The road that services the homesteads and rural businesses here isn’t a through-road, so it’s not often that you have to move yourself and your tripod out of the way of approaching vehicles. This photo is a stitched vertical panorama, made up from five overlapping images that I shot. The Milky Way almost bisects the scene diagonally, coming between the bright light of the planet Mars at the top and that of Jupiter below, just near the trees. I did some lighting of the foreground grass, road and trees with an LED lantern. Stray light from a nearby farmhouse did the job of lighting the fields and the thin fog that had drifted across them. For each of the give photos that make up this image, I used a Canon EOS 6D camera mounted on a Nodal Ninja 3 panoramic head, a Samyang 14mm XP lens @ f/2.8, with an exposure time of 25 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:17:44
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'48"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:18:11
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'48"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:17:23
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'48"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:16:54
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'48"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:17:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'48"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:27:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'50"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:26:49
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'50"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:27:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'50"O
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  • Author: Fleecyman Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-03-31 11:27:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'41"S - 150°25'50"O
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Grady's Riverside Retreat - Burrier
Grady's Riverside Retreat - Burrier
  • Author: stophiemeister Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-31 06:55:09
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°52'20"S - 150°27'49"O
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