Under a Southern Winter Sky

Up here in the Flinders Ranges the winter night sky is so dark that even a moonlit landscape can’t wash away the spectacle of the Milky Way Galaxy.

Even the distant galaxies LMC and SMC can clearly be seen just above the ridge-top to the left of the scene as fuzzy cottontball blobs.

All this captured in a simple single 60 second image just makes me want to go back for more.

Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Under a Southern Winter Sky’ 60s f/2.8 ISO1600 15mm

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