© 2018 by Ian Williams

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Photographing the Aurora Australis provides the ideal opportunity to capture the other amazing things that occur frequently or less frequently in the night sky such as airglow, the Zodiacal light and of course the stars, nebulae and other objects such as the Moon, planets and comets.

AP1 Star trails , Gibraltar Falls, ACT, April 2018

AP2 The Emu rises over a remote outcrop in the southern Monaro

AP3 - Twilight star trails over Snow gum, taken at about 1900 m above sea level, near Charlotte Pass, Kosciuszko National Park

AP4 - "Lights of Orion", Ramshead Range, Kosciuszko National Park, NSW, March 2019 

AP5 - Orion rising over the Tharwa shearing shed. 

AP7 - Spring poplars and Zodiacal light 

AP6 - Gnarled Snow Gum, Berridale area. 

AP8 - Brayshaw hut

AP9 - Guthega Pondage and Milky Way

AP10 - Milky way over the Main Range, 11 June 2018

AP11 - Star trails over the Main Range, 11 June 2018

AP12 - Milky Way core setting over some stately gums, Wee Jasper area, NSW

AP13 - The fully eclipsed Moon, July 2018

AP14 - Seven stages of the total lunar eclipse, July 2018

AP15 - Milky Way core, August 2018

AP16 - Milky Way over Guthega, 20 September 2017

AP18 - Summer stars over Taemas Bridge, Yass area, NSW, January 2019

AP19 and 20 (above and below)  - The Milky way rises near Aries Tor, March 2019

AP22 - 1830s dairy, Braidwood area, May 2019

AP21 - The Milky way rises near Spencer Creek, Kosciuszko, March 2019

AP23 - 1830s factory, Braidwood area, May 2019

AP24 bio-luminescent waters, Jervis Bay, May 2019

AP26 Yankee hat night scene 

AP25 bio-luminescent waters, Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay, May 2019

AP27 Waterhole Hut under the Southern Cross

AP28, Blue hour at Red Rock Gorge, ACT, 24 October 2019