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Agar's Lines
Agar's Lines
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-18 17:31:15
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"S - 150°43'53"O
  • I have photographed the night sky set against this dead tree near Berry, New South Wales, Australia, on a handful of occasions over the past four years. The tree is hard up against the edge of the asphalt strip named Agars Lane, a narrow and mostly straight rural road in the region. At a rough guess, I’d reckon that I’ve only ever seen five or six cars pass along the road while I’ve been lurking in the dark with my tripod and camera. In one of those “what are the chances of that” moments that life sometimes serves up, during the hour that I was shooting photos on this particular night, two cars drove along the road and passed each other right near the tree. Their headlights seemed to be set for “kill” rather than “stun”, with my night-vision being their target. It can take up to half an hour for a person’s low-light sight to reach full sensitivity and I didn’t want to have to set my internal timer back to zero and start over, so covered my eyes until the much dimmer tail lights were all that I could see. When reviewing the photos, later on, I saw just how intensely the headlights had lit up the area. Three pictures were so bright and washed out that they were unusable, but a couple of shots either side of those were images showing only a few of the tree branches illuminated. I used those photos to make up this star-trails composite, as well as the remaining darker frames, to give the tree its half-dark/half-lit look. The gaps that you can see in the trails show where I had to leave out the overcooked shots, but they don’t take away too much from the concept of stellar inscriptions on the night sky. My final, edited image here was created from 200 individual photos, and I shot each of those with a Canon EOS 6D camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, using an exposure time of 15 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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Berry
Berry
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-04-19 17:39:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'36"S - 150°41'52"O
  • Couple of evenings ago, a tiny single-cell thunderstorm went trundling through to the south of here right on sunset. You can see it here illuminated by the setting sun as it tracks east. It wasn't the most active storm ever, but it did provide a bit of drama in the sky. #visitnsw #australia #visitshoalhaven #berrynsw Put it on your wall - shop.andyhutchinson.com.au/p682521297 Just want to buy me a coffee? ko-fi.com/A622C34 Find all previous Photos of the Day in the archive - shop.andyhutchinson.com.au/f892423141
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Berry
Berry
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-01-09 16:16:10
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'53"S - 150°42'1"O
  • After some unsettled weather, things are slowly heating up again here in the south coast. This storm barrelled over us a couple of days ago, bringing a lot of lightning with it. There's a bit of Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz about this house in Berry, isn't there. Like it? Put it on your wall - shop.andyhutchinson.com.au/p682521297 Find all previous Photos of the Day in the archive - shop.andyhutchinson.com.au/f892423141 Just want to buy me a coffee? ko-fi.com/A622C34
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A jewel in a thorny crown
A jewel in a thorny crown
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-08-19 03:54:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"S - 150°43'53"O
  • I composed this photo to look like some sort of precious jewel in the sky, framed by twisting tree branches, almost like a glowing gem set in a royal crown. A thorny crown. There are many aspects of photography that fascinate me and one of them is being able to set two objects in a photo like this to make them look like they’re close together even when they’re not. The tree branches were about five metres up above where my camera was placed. The jewel framed in the shot, the Large Magellanic Cloud, was around 163,000 light-years distant, or around 308,400,000,000,000,000,000 times further away than the tree. If you go a’Googling you can find some very detailed photos of the Large (and its sibling the Small) Magellanic Cloud, showing many more stars and nebulae than you can see in this shot taken with my DSLR and a basic 50mm lens. To the lower left of the Cloud is the bright green smudge of light that’s known as the Tarantula Nebula, or its technical name of 30 Doradus. This is a nebula that has at its centre a star cluster that has an estimated mass of 450,000 times that of our Sun. You don’t have to know any of those facts to enjoy its beauty, fortunately. A single shot captured with Canon EOS 6D Mk II, Canon 50mm @ f/2.2, 8.0 sec @ ISO 6400.
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Add a touch of cloud to bring out the colours
Add a touch of cloud to bring out the colours
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-05-27 23:06:43
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"S - 150°43'53"O
  • My nightscape photography session last Saturday night was planned to go into the “wee small hours” of Sunday morning. At about 11pm those plans were thwarted by some light clouds that started to waft across the sky and eventually thickened into a cover that made any more star photography impossible. I got enough shots to make up the time-lapse sequence that I posted on the 28th, though, which showed the Milky Way’s core rising from behind the tree featured here again tonight. The cloud cover wasn’t all bad since when it’s high and thin like when it first started to drift in it has the effect of diffusing the light of the brighter stars. That diffusion also highlights the stars’ colours. The white bauble-like light that seems to be hanging off the tree branch at the top left of this photo is star Alpha Centauri, the third-brightest star visible in the night skies. Down to the right of that is Beta Centauri, looking lovely and blue. These two stars form what’s known as “The Pointers” because they seem to guide your eyes to the Southern Hemisphere’s most famous star formation, the Southern Cross, in the constellation of Crux. If you imagine the classic shape of a child’s kite tipped over to the right at about 45 degrees then you should be able to see the Southern Cross hiding in the branches around the centre of my photo. Up at the top-right of the scene is what looks like another star with its light diffused but is actually the globular star cluster Omega Centauri. This spherical conglomeration of stars is the largest such object in the Milky Way, estimated to contain around ten million individual stars. This single-frame image was shot with my Canon EOS 6D, Canon 50mm lens @ f/2.8, 10 sec @ ISO 6400.
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“We all travel the Milky way together, trees and men”
“We all travel the Milky way together, trees and men”
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-04-29 02:39:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"S - 150°43'53"O
  • That quote is by John Muir, the Scottish-born American naturalist, author, and early advocate for the preservation of wilderness in the USA. In the US he is known as “Father of the National Parks” and in his time he petitioned the US Congress for the bill that passed in 1890 establishing Yosemite National Park. The south-eastern coast of Australia, where I took this shot, is a long way from Yosemite and Muir has been dead for over a hundred years but I hope he wouldn’t have minded me co-opting one of his quotes about the majesty and beauty of creation. Apparently his biographer says that Muir believed that his mission was "...saving the American soul from total surrender to materialism." Ironically, though, it’s the fruits of that materialism–the technology and individual mobility–that have enabled me to photograph, process and bring you this image. If my photo today makes you saw “wow” or to appreciate the beauty of nature in some way I will be pleased. It will be all the better, though, if it moves you to get out and see it for yourself. Two adjoining shots were stitched together using Autopano Pro 4.4 to create this 16x9 view. Each frame was captured with Canon EOS 6D, Canon 40mm @ f/2.8, 13 sec @ ISO 8000.
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By the light of a billion suns
By the light of a billion suns
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-04-29 02:43:21
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°48'11"S - 150°43'53"O
  • You’ve likely read of me mentioning “dark skies” being something I go out looking for when I want to get photos of the stars, the planets, the Milky Way and everything else to be seen in the heavens. Dark skies locations are places where there’s little or no man-made light to make faint stars and nebulas hard to see. At places like that the only light visible comes from the sky; from those stars, planets, the Milky Way and everything else that I mentioned earlier. There’s also light from what’s known as atmospheric airglow, which gives the coloured tint to the background sky that you see here. I know I’m in a dark sky location when foreground objects like this dead tree are so unlit by man-made light that they are silhouetted by the night sky behind them. They’re silhouetted by the light of a billion suns. I love the light–both natural and spiritual–but it’s darkness that makes the light so much more visible. A single frame, captured with Canon EOS 6D, Canon 40mm @ f/2.8, 13 sec @ ISO 8000.
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Berry
Berry
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-01-01 20:21:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'37"S - 150°41'54"O
  • We had a pretty stunning sunset a couple of evenings ago and judging from social media it encompassed most of the east coat of Australia and a fair distance inland too. I nipped up to Coolangatta Road and flew the drone, but my favourite shot was taken with the Canon about five minutes after sunset. Cheers team :) Like it? Put it on your wall - shop.andyhutchinson.com.au/p682521297 Find all previous Photos of the Day in the archive - shop.andyhutchinson.com.au/f892423141 Just want to buy me a coffee? ko-fi.com/A622C34
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Berry Pastures
Berry Pastures
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-14 19:03:16
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'41"S - 150°41'55"O
  • Awesome mellow sunset behind the cows in pasture on the Lord Family Farm near Berry a few days ago.
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Broughton Creek
Broughton Creek
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-10-09 19:27:31
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'32"S - 150°41'42"O
  • Last night I had every intention of going out for sunset but I got a bit engrossesd in work and was only stirred from my focus on the screen by Catherine shouting from the other room, “Have you seen the sky?” I looked out of the window and saw the sky lit up. Crap. Looked at the clock: 7:02 (sunset). Crap. Didn’t have much time so I headed to nearby Broughton Creek which is a two minute drive from my house. Got there, got the drone out, started setting up, realised I’d left the camera card at home in my rush to get out of the door. Drove back home, got the card, drove back to the creek. So by now it was 10 minutes past sunset and that’s actually the sweet spot for colourful skies. So I sent the drone up and upstream. The images were looking quite noisy (due to the lack of light the Phantom 4 cranks up the ISO) and so I decided to try some aerial long exposures. These aren’t possible very often because they need the drone to remain very still, but there wasn’t the merest hint of wind, so it worked out well. Believe it or not, this shot was taken 25 minutes after sunset from 80m up in the air. This view is looking south-west - in the distance you can see the edge of the Illawarra escarpment which is home to Cambewarra Lookout :)
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Double Rainbow in Berry
Double Rainbow in Berry
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-08-31 17:27:04
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'54"S - 150°42'0"O
  • Great light last night and then the sun started setting through the rain. So I thought to myself that it was great conditions for a rainbow and I headed off to look for it. Turned out to be a rather awesome double ...
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Berry Rainbow
Berry Rainbow
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2016-07-27 08:15:06
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'32"S - 150°41'57"O
  • I was sipping my morning coffee when a squally rain shower blew over and a rainbow suddenly appeared. :)
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2015 Tour by car in NSW #NewSouthWales #Australia #RoadTripAustralia #RoadTrip
2015 Tour by car in NSW #NewSouthWales #Australia #RoadTripAustralia #RoadTrip
  • Author: doraemmoonn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-12-09 12:06:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°50'30"S - 150°43'38"O
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On Reflection - Flooded Pastures
On Reflection - Flooded Pastures
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-23 08:06:52
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'41"S - 150°41'55"O
  • Shoalhaven
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Flooded Berry Pastures
Flooded Berry Pastures
  • Author: Andy Hutchinson Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2015-04-23 08:03:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°47'41"S - 150°41'55"O
  • Shoalhaven
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