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Danjera Dam Delight
Danjera Dam Delight
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-11-29 21:55:40
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'14"S - 150°23'6"O
  • The Danjera Dam near Nowra, Australia, is a popular campsite and especially so for freshwater fishing folk. Its seven-kilometre long catchment is stocked with rainbow trout and Australian bass and hosts plenty of eels. Also under the waters of the dam are the ruins of the old mining town of Yalwal, where gold was discovered in 1852. A bushfire in 1939 burnt almost the whole village, leaving only one residence, one shop and the Post Office. Completion of the dam in 1971 drowned the gully and with it the area’s gold-boom history. I have visited the dam a half-dozen or so times in the past two years, including on an ill-fated trip in early November, when I lost the memory card containing my last Milky Way core shots of the year. There were also several photos of M31, the Andromeda Galaxy, on that memory card, so I had to go back one more time to shoot some more. This time I was very careful to make sure that the memory card made it home with me. As well as M31 there are plenty of stars visible in the sky, and a few reflected off the dam's surface, towards the bottom of the shot. Here is a photo of M31 in the sky over the dam, which I 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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  • Author: DarkShadowSpectrum Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2008-10-04 11:12:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'47"S - 150°23'4"O
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Hotel Yalwal
No camping?
No camping?
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-14 21:34:42
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'44"S - 150°23'6"O
  • This sign has to be one of the worst-placed signs I’ve ever seen. If you’re going to get out and camp under the stars, wouldn’t you want to do it somewhere like this, at the Yalwal Dam, Australia? There is a camping area down the hill, not far from this sign, but it doesn’t have as a clear a view of the sky as the hilltop does. Sometimes life isn’t fair! This vertical panorama has quite a few favourite astronomical features in it. At the lower left, only just over the tree line, there’s a crimson area of stars that is the Eta Carinae nebula. Up to the right of that is the Coal Sack nebula, showing as a small dark mark on the bright starry background. The Southern Cross is immediately under the lower-right corner of the Coal Sack, with Alpha & Beta Centauri, aka “The Pointers”, up to the right. Our solar system’s most massive planet, Jupiter, is almost out of frame on the right, being kept company by the bright star Zubenelgenubi, in the constellation of Libra. Shining in its beautiful orange glory at the top and centre of my photo is Mars, which had passed its closest point to earth a couple of weeks before I captured it in this scene. Of course, the edge-on view that we have of our home galaxy, the Milky Way, totally dominates the photo, looking like a vast diagonal streak of light and dark stains against the starry sky. I shot nine overlapping frames to create this vertical panorama but only ended up needing seven of those to capture all of the features that I wanted to include. For each of those seven photos, I used the following settings: a Canon EOS 6D digital SLR camera, a Rokinon 24mm lens set @ f/2.4, a 15-second exposure @ ISO 6400.
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Private property. Public perspective
Private property. Public perspective
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-14 21:11:36
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'44"S - 150°23'6"O
  • The farmer who owns this property, located in the hills southwest of the rural town of Nowra, Australia, happened to come home as I was setting up my camera and tripod. Seeing him move toward the gate, right near where I was lurking in the dark, I uttered “hi there”, but it went unanswered. Upping the volume, I repeated the words. He responded with “hi, watcha up to?” His tone was pleasant, and he seemed friendly, unlike many people who’ve stumbled upon me shuffling around in the shadows. “Taking photos of the stars”, was my brief reply. “Huh. I would have thought they were too far away to take photos of”, he offered, with a cheeky tone. I had aimed to take photos in which the Milky Way was seeming to stand vertically, stretching from the horizon to the top of the frame. I missed that by about 30 minutes, resulting in our galaxy's starry band of light and dust tipping over a little towards the southwestern side of the sky. The farm’s distance from any significant built-up areas was a boon for a dark sky hunter like myself, allowing me to capture a tremendous amount of detail in the Milky Way’s dust lanes, as well as the distinct deep green colour of the background atmospheric airglow. You can see Jupiter–our solar system’s most massive planet–shining with a bright, white light at the extreme righthand side of this image. Higher up and across to the left is Mars, at present brighter than Jupiter in the night sky but glowing with a distinctly orange hue. The Magellanic Cloud galaxies hadn’t long risen over the trees near the south-south-eastern horizon, starting another daily circuit of the sky. I took eleven photographs to make up a vertical panorama to take in this scene, but only ended up using eight of those so that the image wouldn’t be too tall for posting online. Each of the images was shot with a Canon EOS 6D camera, through a Samyang 14mm XP lens @ f/2.8, exposed for 25 seconds @ ISO 6400. The camera was mounted on a Nodal Ninja 3 panoramic head, atop a Manfrotto tripod.
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Venus in the cradle of the evening
Venus in the cradle of the evening
  • Author: nightscapades Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2018-08-12 20:37:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'44"S - 150°23'6"O
  • Despite having planned to get to this spot when Venus was higher in the sky, I ended up arriving just as the “evening star” was close to the horizon. By the time I lined up my camera and tripod to shoot this vertical panorama, the trees on the distant ridge were partly hiding Venus from my view. I grabbed the rig and stepped back and up onto the little rise that I was parked on, getting Venus at almost the right spot. I had to repeat this a couple of times before getting into a position that let me catch Venus just scraping the treetops, as you see here. Midway between where Venus seems to be resting, and the dense core of the Milky Way, you can see Jupiter glowing almost as brightly as Venus itself. Reaching up from Venus, past Jupiter and fading out before the Milky Way’s dust lanes you can see a bright glowing band, known as the Zodiacal Light. Also known as the "false dawn", this astronomical feature is visible each year around the time of the equinoxes. What you can’t see is how much the wind was blowing on this night. I’m surprised that the camera didn’t wobble during the 15 seconds that the shutter was open for each of the eight photos in the panorama. I shot each of those eight photos with a Canon EOS 6D Mk II camera, a Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 lens @ f/2.4, exposed for eight seconds @ ISO 6400.
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P6291455
P6291455
  • Author: rpearce17 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-29 10:50:05
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'19"S - 150°23'3"O
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P6291462
P6291462
  • Author: rpearce17 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-29 10:51:39
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'19"S - 150°23'3"O
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P6291454
P6291454
  • Author: rpearce17 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-29 10:49:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'19"S - 150°23'3"O
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P6291451
P6291451
  • Author: rpearce17 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-29 10:48:35
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'19"S - 150°23'3"O
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P6281434
P6281434
  • Author: rpearce17 Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2017-06-28 18:00:08
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 34°55'20"S - 150°23'3"O
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