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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…

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 had never done any astrophotography, but when the opportunity came up, I jumped on it. A group of us from the camera club made an appointment with Joshua…

So after yesterday’s efforts of trying to capture the International Space Station, I also walked away with a number of photos that had traces of the Milky Way…

Living in a small country town a few years ago had certain advantages, such as the ability to capture the night sky without the interference of the city lights.…

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 other week I headed to a part of Samoa that's fast become my favourite spot. Granted I've got about 80% of the country still to explore and I've put many of…

As it was a clear night I thought I'd attempt to take the Milkyway from outside my house. I live in town so therefore there is a reasonable amount of light…

A fairly clear view of the Milky Way. Also visible is the Andromeda Galaxy, an impressive 2.5 million light years away. You can faintly distinguish the circular…

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