My very first memories of gazing into the heavens and marvelling at the night sky were not so different from the little bronzie in this image.

In my case it was not bronze but the painted steel roof of my parent’s car. Somehow those extra few feet made all the difference.

All these year later those memories burn just as brightly when ever I lay on my back and gaze up at the stars.

Photo: Robert Rath, ‘Stargazing’ 10s f/18 ISO800 26mm

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