Large Magellanic Cloud

The Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is a nearby (on cosmological terms) galaxy clearly visible as a small cloud to the naked eye in the southern night sky. As a neighboring galaxy in our local group it is considered a suburb of our own Milky Way galaxy. At around 163,000 light year away it is humbling […]

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Gresham Street

Last night I joined local Adelaide photographer Andrew Barre and 34 others for a photowalk around Adelaide as part of the annual Kelby PhotoWalk event. In its eighth year now, and with more than 21,000 photographers world wide participating in yesterday’s event, the Kelby PhotoWalk is testament to the growing popularity and social nature of […]

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Welcome Back Orion

For all of Winter I have missed Orion in the night sky and until Summer the hunter will remain out of sight for all but the most dedicated night owls. This is image of the hunter is quite special for me and realises, albeit only just, a goal I have had all my life. Gazing […]

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The Two of Us

The sun is gone and twilight hues paint the sky through the colours of the rainbow. Night is coming and these glorious changing colours will last only a little while. Perhaps if we fly as fast as we can that colour will never leave so let the two of us fly off into an amber […]

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