I’m cross-stitching the solar system and just finished Saturn.
Aurora over sweden.
Split tree,Taken on a small dirt road in sth east qld, Australia.
The nebulae of Orion.
Stars and the Aurora Borealis above Alaska, USA, photographed by Ben Traylor.
Just hours before, clouds covered the entire sky, but I waited it out and managed to capture the Milky Way over Cathedral Rock in Sedona, AZ with no clouds in sight.
Iceland: Aurora Borealis.
Crater Lake, Oregon.
Northern lights In kananaskis.
I thought I wasted a 4 hour round trip drive that night, but for a few minutes, I managed to capture just a little something at Spruce Knob Tower, WV.
The bright star-forming ring that surrounds the heart of the barred spiral galaxy.
Aurora Australis and Milky Way taken last week at Lake Ellesmere, Canterbury, New Zealand.
You spin me right round.
My farewell salute to the Milky Way this season.
volcanic activity in the South Sandwich Islands.
‘Pandora’s Cluster’ Seen by Spitzer.
Bubble Nebula Close-Up – Hubble’s 26th Anniversary.
Milky Way Reflected in Altiplano Bolivia Salt Flats, photographed by Daniel Kordan.
26 hours of the Andromeda Galaxy – Shot from my Backyard.
Milky Way over Christmas Meadows, Utah with reflections in the Bear River.
Hangin’ tree taken in sth east qld, Australia.
Don’t dream its over. taken in sth east qld, Australia.
Orion, Running Man, Horsehead, and Flame Nebula at 200mm focal length.
Auroras In An Unexpected Place: “Northern Lights … in New Mexico? Believe it. . . . ‘Monday [3 October 2016] night I was at White Sands National Monument [USA] trying to shoot the Milky Way,’ says [Brad] Dwight. ‘I was never expecting to catch any auroral activity so far south!'”