Wow - since my last post I have visited a couple of amazing places. The first, Lake Dumbleyung which lies three hours from Perth, Western Australia. This fantastic lake is very scenic, featuring interesting rocks, clay bed, and old trees that break up the shoreline. Surrounding the lake are fields and bush, making it possible to shoot multiple different scenes. Like the image bottom right, I managed to capture the milkyway galaxy setting over the lake - although only two turned out in the end.
My second session was at William's Bay, Denmark (Western Australia, not the country). This was on a holiday and not a normal planned session. The moon was high and blotting out the milkyway, but I went anyway. An amazing coastline, and I got to walk the beach under the moonlight - totally deserted except for me.
All (good) images have been put into my Nightscape 2016 gallery. Browse through and take a look!
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.