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  1. Breathtaking. This reminds me to plan some time out of the city and stop to look at the stars. Keeps us grounded and gives us a sense of scale in life.

  2. What amazing pictures. I have rarely been anywhere you can actually see the milky way and where I live now it is a struggle to see any stars. Really enjoyed seeing them.

    1. Thank you RJ.I think that is one thing, well among many, that is so good about living in Australia, you can see the milky in so many places. I’m glad you enjoyed them.

  3. If only I could see the Milky Way like this for real, without using any camera lenses or filters.
    How mesmerizing would that be!
    Your captures are really amazing πŸ™‚

    1. We can’t see it like that without the camera, but you can see it in the sky. I know if you get out at night you can see where it is. Thank you.

  4. Man, I really like that perspective of the lighthouse pointing upward. Fantastic shots.

    1. Yes, 6400, and as wide an aperture as you have. 2.8 is ideal. If you have 2.8 then you can often use a lower ISO or a shorter time.

    2. You’re welcome Joey. It is great form of photography and I hope you get to try it one day. Come to Australia, you can do it in most places.

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