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Stary Stary Night

The N42 Nebula taken through a large Meade Telescope
High "Five"

November 26th 2013
Five years In Summary The Idea was to present our 5 years in Australia, with a Kick Ass sort of montage of our original trip and our recent trip, giving you all some of the best pictures that we have taken of this awesome country, from the amazing wildlife, to the remote outback locations that we love. Well there is sort of a problem here, I have uploaded some images (32) to be exact and it ... read more
Oceania » Australia » Western Australia » Mandurah

Australian Flag Aboriginal settlers arrived on the continent from Southeast Asia about 40,000 years before the first Europeans began exploration in the 17th century. No formal territorial claims were made until 1770, when Capt. James COOK took possession in the name... ... read more
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27th November 2013

Wow
Fantastic! You've got some great photos of your wonderful experiences.
27th November 2013

Thanks for your comment
Hi Dave and Merry-jo, Hope you are both well, that picture was of the M42 Nebula, taken with Carolines Canon 400D on the setting "Bulb" I believe interfaced with a huge Meade Telescope in Coonabarrabran NSW. One thing I leaned that night was the human eye can not see colour at night, but a camera can, hence the very colourful gas cloud. We have probably taken around 70,000 digital frames and I wanted to put up some of what I consider represents Australia for us, I didn't appreciate what a big job it was going to be. Stay well and travel safe. Kangaroojack

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