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Blink once blink twice- the light has reflected off the moon and back to your eye Choose one of life's finest moments and capture it first in your heart &…

Last night was my first opportunity to go and do some astrophotography. Unfortunately, dark skies near where I live are few and far between. My shots last night…

At the mouth of Tauranga Harbour is Mount Maunganui. It was many thousands of years ago a volcano. It’s a bit of a right of passage when you come to this part…

I wanted to take pictures of the Super Moon-Snow Moon tonight. Normally, I would take a picture something like this However, the moon was obscured by clouds,…

DRAFTJS_BLOCK_KEY:eps8u I decided to rise early this morning to witness the so-called "blood-red wolf moon eclipse". Here is the result - a composite of a shot…

Astrophotography is rarely simple, but add in the vagaries of the British weather and the possible complications increase. We’re due to see a super blood moon…

On a really really clear night in Beijing you could see 4 or 5 stars. On a high pollution day, where the sky is covered in a think dirty fog and you feel,like…

I’ve been staying in Wales for nearly a fortnight now and every night I’ve hoped for a clear sky so I can do some astrophotography. I had a close call about ten…

I have always enjoyed the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. One reason (of many) is the clear night sky. I have only recently began photographing the night sky with…

Found myself joining a camp-out at Three Island Crossing State Park, somewhere here in Idaho. It's my first outdoor camping ever. The place is relaxingly…

The Pub shop took a trip to the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale and Whitlock's Book Barn. Plus, photos from our astrophotography workshop with…

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