25 sec. f/2.8 50.0 mm ISO 3200

RICOH IMAGING COMPANY, LTD. PENTAX K-1

A Series Lens

EXIF - See more details

See also...

Pictures for Pam Pictures for Pam


" - Espaces - " " - Espaces - "


Fée NATURE Fée NATURE


Scene In Scene In


Silver Surfers Silver Surfers


Tolerance Tolerance


Your Shock Photos Your Shock Photos


Pentax Pentax


Coup de coeur !!! Coup de coeur !!!


See more...

Keywords

night
Southern Hemisphere
Orion
Australia
nebula
cloud
stars
sky
Astrotracer
manual focus
prime lens


Authorizations, license

Visible by: Everyone
All rights reserved

259 visits

Clouding over

Clouding over
Looking at the night sky up past Orion (those of you in the Northern Hemisphere would recognise this inverted), as clouds began to roll in and call a halt to proceedings. Details in notes and best viewed large. I know Pam would be interested in this.

Lian, Martine, Janet Brien, Nouchetdu38 and 20 other people have particularly liked this photo


22 comments - The latest ones
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
Amazing night shot !!
2 years ago.
 Fabien V Photography
Fabien V Photography
Extra !
2 years ago.
 pajmcb
pajmcb
WOW! Magnificent work
2 years ago.
 Ko Hummel
Ko Hummel club
I recognized it even upside down
2 years ago.
 Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet club
We do feel so tiny in this universe, George !!!!!!!!
2 years ago.
 Chris10
Chris10 club
Great moment and beautiful picture George!

Greetz and happy evening, Christien.
2 years ago.
 Betty【ツ】
Betty【ツ】 club
On the right (or left depending on the hemisphere) of the Orion constellation there is Sirius, the brightest and most mysterious star in the universe (no one knows why it has changed colour over the centuries) it is part of the constellation of the great dog. That's why my dog Hovawart was named Sirius

2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
 Betty【ツ】
Betty【ツ】 club
On the right (or left depending on the hemisphere) of the Orion constellation there is Sirius, the brightest and most mysterious star in the universe (no one knows why it has changed colour over the centuries) it is part of the constellation of the great dog. That's why my dog Hovawart was named Sirius.
2 years ago.
 William Sutherland
William Sutherland club
Exceptional capture!

Admired in:
www.ipernity.com/group/tolerance
2 years ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club
STUNNING !!!

I CALLED JAY TO COME AND SEE THIS FULL SCREEN IN A DARK ROOM
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
tiabunna club
has replied to Pam J club
Many thanks, Pam, I am so glad you enjoyed this.
2 years ago.
 Karen's Place
Karen's Place club
This looks fantastic even/especially with the clouds, George.

You inspire me to get out there in the dark. ;-)
2 years ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
beautiful dear friend.
2 years ago.
 * ઇઉ *
* ઇઉ * club
Stunning capture, George!
2 years ago.
 LutzP
LutzP club
***
2 years ago.
 Roger (Grisly)
Roger (Grisly) club
Magnificent capture George !
2 years ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
A fine sky-shot ! You're right; for us it's more familiar to se it upside down !
2 years ago.
 RHH
RHH club
Wonderful astral photograph and nice to see Orion, even though upside down. When we were there the night skies seem terrifyingly unfamiliar.
2 years ago.
 Gudrun
Gudrun club
The clouds may have been annoying but they add interest to the night sky:-) Excellently done!
2 years ago.
 Nora Caracci
Nora Caracci club
enchanting sky, thanks for sharing this jewel !
2 years ago.
 Janet Brien
Janet Brien club
George, this is super cool!! Thank you for the inset notes. You are able to capture so much detail in the stars! Isn't it all so impressive. Staring up at the night sky always gobsmacks me...I'm aware enough to know just how tiny and inconsequential we are, and how uncomprehendingly vast the universe is. Thanks for the moment to reflect. :)

MERRY CHRISTMAS!! I hope yours was fabulous!
2 years ago.
 ColRam
ColRam club
Orion est vraiment différent chez vous !!
2 years ago.

Sign-in to write a comment.