Another year comes to an end, so I present here highlights of my nightscape photography for 2015 - I do seem to be biased towards tall and skinny nightscapes as opposed to the sweeping panorama type images.
I wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has viewed and commented on my photos throughout the year, and I wish everyone the best for 2016 and beyond!
A full moon hasn't occurred since 1977. I took the opportunity to take my extended family (most just visiting) out to a nearby tree plantation near Gingin, Western Australia - with my telescope to try for a large shot of the moon...
DATE / TIME: 2015-12-25
LOCATION: Ginging, Western Australia
SCOPE: Skywatcher 120ED Esprit Refractor
OPTICAL ATTACHMENTS: None
CAMERA: EOS6D unmodded
EXPOSURE: 1 x ISO40 @ 1/250sec
PROCESSING: Post-processed in Photoshop.
Project Manager and Engineer (control systems) with over 18 years of experience, Will Vrbasso has also spent the past few years developing his skills in astro and nightscape photography, and has interests in astronomy and spaceflight in general.