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Emu Emerging
Emu Emerging
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-28 00:23:55
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'46"S - 150°49'18"O
  • For over 60,000 years, the indigenous peoples of my country, Australia, have made practical use of their knowledge of the night sky. In western or classical astronomy, the recognisable patterns in the heavens–the “constellations”–consist of imaginary shapes that are loosely formed around prominent groupings of stars. To the Wiradjuri people and several other indigenous nations, the constellations were instead marked out by the dark gas and dust clouds visible in the Milky Way. One of these constellations is called the Great Celestial Emu, aka the Celestial Emu or the Dark Emu. For my international followers who aren’t familiar with Australia’s fauna, an emu is a large, flightless bird. The second-largest living bird after its relative the ostrich, the emu is endemic to Australia and can be found across most of our country’s mainland. I have marked the rough outline of an emu on my photo, showing you where in the sky it can be seen. As well as the emu you can see a more earthly form at the lower right-hand corner, the green arc from a fisherman’s glow-float he cast it into the water at Black Head Reserve, Gerroa, Australia. To shoot this single-frame photo I used my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, with an exposure time of 13 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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A Closer Look
A Closer Look
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-28 01:27:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'46"S - 150°49'18"O
  • One of my photography goals for 2020 was only to post images that I shot this year and to try to use photos that I'd shot within a month or two of when I post them. I've only been out three times to photograph the night sky since the 1st of January and didn't end up with many photos at all. With the full moon less than a week away, and rain forecast for at least the next week anyway, I'm going to have to start posting shots from previous years pretty soon. Before that happens, I offer you another shot from last week's visit to the ocean rock platform at Gerroa, on the south coast of my state of New South Wales, Australia. Taken with a 50 mm lens, the photo offers a zoomed-in look at the Milky Way's galactic core and its reflection in the tidal pools that cover the siltstone and sandstone outcrop. When you view celestial objects through the atmosphere so low on the horizon, they don't appear as sharp or as vivid as when you see them higher up in the sky. That accounts for why the Milky Way's core doesn't look as detailed and distinct as in photos taken when it's overhead. I hope you enjoy viewing the picture as I've presented it. The photo is a single-frame image, captured with my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Yongnuo 50mm f/1.4 lens @ f/1.4, using an exposure time of 8.0 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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Clouds in a Cloudless Sky
Clouds in a Cloudless Sky
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-27 23:40:30
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'46"S - 150°49'18"O
  • I shot this photo last Thursday night, 27th February. The only clouds visible were the two galaxies you see in the picture, known as the Magellanic Clouds. Astronomers classify these two blobs of light as dwarf galaxies, and they travel through space with our home galaxy, the Milky Way. The Magellanic Clouds are a familiar sight to Southern Hemisphere folk who’ve spent even a little bit of time studying the night sky. The galaxies are easily mistaken for the meteorological objects after which they’re named. If you look carefully, you can see the smaller cloud–aka the Small Magellanic Cloud–reflected in the water that the tide had washed over the rock shelf at Black Point Head, Gerroa, Australia. With clouds and rain forecast for at least the next two weeks, I have to keep looking at photos like this to remind me that clear skies can come again. The photo is a single-frame image, captured with my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Samyang 14mm f/2.4 lens @ f/3.2, using an exposure time of 20 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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Upon Further Reflection
Upon Further Reflection
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-28 01:38:37
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'46"S - 150°49'18"O
  • These tidal pools on the rock shelf at Black Head Point, Gerroa, Australia, are popular with small fish, crabs and other molluscs that feed and breed when the waters wash in. They also make great mirrors for reflecting the light of stars, planets, and the vast gas and dust structures in the Milky Way. It continually amazes me that the light from the Milky Way’s galactic core can travel the 27,000-odd light-years between its location and us here on earth, but still have enough energy to be reflected from the surface of a watery mirror. Over on the right, you can see the light from a headlamp worn by one of the men who were fishing from the southeast end of the headland’s shelf. These guys fish with green-glowing floats on their lines, which make a colourful arc in photos as they cast their lines. If you time it right you can get a green arc without the glare of the headlamp. Obviously, I didn’t time things right because I got a bit of an arc but more of the bright, white light the fisherman was wearing. I shot this single-frame image using my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.8, using an exposure time of 13 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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Twinkling Pool
Twinkling Pool
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-28 00:07:57
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'46"S - 150°49'18"O
  • Despite having an early start for work the next morning, on Thursday night (27th Feb) I drove 110 km/68 mi to the ocean rock platform at Gerroa, on the southeast coast of New South Wales, Australia. The weather forecast was for clear skies until a little after 1:00 am, but I got lucky & even when I left for home at 2:30 there was no hint that the forecast would turn out to be accurate. When I arrived I still had a couple of hours before the Milky Way’s core rose in the southeast, so I put in some time getting shots of other features of the nocturnal skies that grabbed my eye. This shot took a lot of effort–read moaning and groaning as my knees resisted my call to squat down–so I am pleased with how well it came off. My photo shows the constellation Orion at the top-centre of the scene, with its familiar shape reflected in the small rock pool right at the bottom of the frame. The red star Aldebaran was close to the western horizon after having made another crossing of the sky during the previous twelve hours. The photo is a single-frame image, captured with my Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.0 using an exposure time of 13.0 seconds @ ISO 6400.
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Birds and Beams..
Birds and Beams..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-25 19:25:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'26"S - 150°49'6"O
  • Had a day in the welding bay today ... fresh air is the best cure to that, that I know of. There were mares tales in the sky and the clouds looked to be clearing so I drove down to Gerroa after dinner ... found a nice bit of geometry to camp on and just enjoyed the show.
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Last Frame...
Last Frame...
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-25 19:49:02
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'27"S - 150°49'6"O
  • Had a day in the welding bay today ... fresh air is the best cure to that, that I know of. There were mares tales in the sky and the clouds looked to be clearing so I drove down to Gerroa after dinner ... found a nice bit of geometry to camp on and just enjoyed the show.
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The Big Picture...
The Big Picture...
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-25 19:47:26
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'27"S - 150°49'6"O
  • Had a day in the welding bay today ... fresh air is the best cure to that, that I know of. There were mares tales in the sky and the clouds looked to be clearing so I drove down to Gerroa after dinner ... found a nice bit of geometry to camp on and just enjoyed the show.
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Dark Night Ends...
Dark Night Ends...
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 05:46:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'19"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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The Ever Present..
The Ever Present..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 06:00:56
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'19"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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Sunrise 1 of 52 - 2020..
Sunrise 1 of 52 - 2020..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 06:19:32
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'18"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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Fisherman of the Air and Land..
Fisherman of the Air and Land..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 06:20:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'18"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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Preview to Blue Hour..
Preview to Blue Hour..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 05:49:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'18"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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Cool Feet..
Cool Feet..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 05:50:00
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'18"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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Glimpse of Dawn..
Glimpse of Dawn..
  • Author: e0nn Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2020-02-01 05:51:07
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°46'34"S - 150°48'18"O
  • Images from my latest blog post: www.steevselby.com/SteevsBlog/Sunrise-1-of-52-for-2020 Caught my first decent sunrise of the year and achieved a planned image to boot :-)
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