I have not been very active photography wise lately and the reason for that is that Capturing The Night is moving to a new headquarters soon.
What does this mean for my photography? In the short term I will be extremely busy with moving and settling into a new house so I will continue to not have much time to get out under the stars. In the long term though, things should get back to normal. In fact, as this will be my first home that I own, I will be aiming to setup a permanent home observatory for my telescope equipment and getting back into doing some deep sky images.
So apologies in advance for my increased lack of activity here in the coming weeks. Hopefully this image from the archives tides you over a little bit until I am back out under the stars again.
Milky Way rising over Lake Hume, Australia.
Canon 5D MkII, 14mm, F/2.8, ISO 3200, single 30 second exposure.
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