Kitesurfing a Golden Sunset

[caption id="attachment_1436" align="alignnone" width="1340"] Kitesurfing in a Golden Sunset.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_1438" align="alignnone" width="1242"] Marble Sunset. A fun fisheye photograph of sunset with seagulls flying overhead. Great fun to zoom in on the full resolution photograph and pan around the horizon :) I absolutely love that Canon 8-15mm L Fisheye lens,…

Orion and Jupiter setting among cloud

[caption id="attachment_1431" align="alignnone" width="1342"] Orion and Jupiter setting among cloud and light pollution. (click to enlarge)[/caption] You could be forgiven for thinking, looking at a website like this, that whenever an astronomer sticks their camera outside they see stars and galaxies. Well, not the case! Most inconveniently, it is often…

Galaxies Abound

[caption id="attachment_1427" align="alignnone" width="1536"] NGC Galaxies 26 28 March 2014[/caption] Continuing with the theme of survey images from my photography of NGC objects, the above photograph shows a selection of twelve galaxies. I have been spoilt for choice lately, with a wide selection of spectacular galaxies imaged. All are 5…

Some nice galaxies and other NGC objects

I've been really enjoying getting back in to some NGC and in particular galaxy photography lately. I have some fresh head-space following a chaotic few months, and a fresh goal to photograph objects for. Here is a small selection I posted on my facebook page recently. [caption id="attachment_1402" align="alignnone" width="1542"]…


I've brought back to life my bug photography page with a new dragonfly photograph from today at Lake Leschenaultia: [caption id="attachment_1331" align="alignnone" width="1342"] A bright blue almost iridescent Dragon Fly at Lake Leschenaultia.[/caption]

Perth Observatory Night Sky Horizon

[caption id="attachment_1246" align="alignnone" width="2700"] Perth Observatory Night Sky Horizon. A quick snap from last night after the public star viewing night (SVN). The half moon was shining very bright, together with light pollution causing the blue shading of the night sky.[/caption]

A Weekend at Tammin

I enjoyed a night at the ASWA Tammin observing site this weekend (November 2013) and have a few photographs below to show from the trip. Also see: Wheatbelt Kaleidoscope [gallery columns="2" link="file" ids="1232,1233,1234,1235,1236"]