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5 days ago

Scottish Highlands.You only see a tiny amount of the centre of our galaxy (Galactic Core) up in the Highlands of Scotland, but there is a slither of it hiding behind the airglow in this image taken in the Inner Hebrides one autumn.................#planet_earth_shots#timelessuniverse#nightsky#nightshooters#nightphotography#uknightphotography#scotland#scotlandshots#scotshots#earthpix#travel#globalcapture#excellent_britain#milkyway#skye#bbcearth#uk_shooters#depthsofearth#moods_in_frame#longexpoelite#lonelyplanet#night#earth#planet#cosmos#igworldclub_astrophotography

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6 days ago

A lil Icelandic Auroral Corona from back in February, 4 days to go until off to Edinburgh Airport and back out to the icy beast.... Iceland......................#iceland#auroraborealis#aurora#northernlights#icelandic#nightphotography#nightsky#winter#astrophotography#astronomy#fireandice#travel#travelphotography#travelling#nightshooterz#earthfocus#lonelyplanet#earthpix#earth

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2 weeks ago

Clashnessie...One from last night, a little bit of Aurora and the brightest stars of Ursa Major popping due to the moisture in the air. Incredible dark skies in this part of the world 😍... Shot on Lumix S1 & Sigma Art 24mm................#scotland#scotland.shots#bbcearth#scotlandshots#uk_shooters#excellent_britain#uknightphotography#photosofbritain#scenicbritain#landscape#earth#nature#travel#igdaily#travelphotography#aurora#auroraborealis#northernlights#astrophotography#astronomy#highlands#planet_earth_shots#timelessuniverse#nightsky#nightphotography#lumixuk#lumix#lumixs1#visitscotland#sigma

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4 weeks ago

The Trotternish My first ever shot with the Lumix S1, taken back in August but only edited the other day. Arrived on location for 4am for sunrise but the low cloud just didn't clear, however it broke a while later in sections spreading stunning dappled light over sections of the ridge. ............ .......#scotland#skye#planet_earth_shots#lumixs1#lumixuk#lumix#lumix#globalcapture#depthsofearth#earthfocus#bbcearth#uk_shooters#excellent_britain#photosofbritain#scenicbritain#landscape#earth#nature#travel#igdaily#travelphotography#earth_shotz#scotland_ig#lovescotland#visitscotland#sunrise#natgeotravel#lonelyplanet#bbcearth

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4 weeks ago

Iceland...Not been back in the UK off the road for long, drifted into this folder from last winter that has an abundance of images to edit still from last Decembers and this February's trips... I'm already looking to the next road trip, bring it on Iceland!!! Always get a mad pang of anxiety, excitement, and adrenaline when prepping to go back, the crazy weather, the serene environment, and of course the endless creative possibilities that can be produced in this magic place. Changed since I first went in 2010, yep, but I still love it.. Hoping my workshop crew get some clear nights this December 🙏💫💫......... #iceland#icelandic#fireandice#travel#igdaily#travelphotography#travelling#nightshooterz#globalcapture#earthpix#alphalandscape

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4 weeks ago

Venus As the afterglow fades and blue hour kicks in, Venus soon becomes visible during this winters night in the Scottish Highlands. A lil rework as my website slowly gets its annual refresh... #scotland

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4 weeks ago

Jupiter....Bloating through the hazy cloud on a cold winter night, captured around 3am after leaving John O Groats after an Aurora display, and driving through the remainder of the night to Assynt. #scotland#jupiter#night

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4 weeks ago

Andromeda & Milky WayAnd some exceptionally dark skies at the foot of the Cairngorms. The slight red hue is from very distant low Aurora activity, which carried on over the next few nights, giving me some just rewards for being out every night as I climbed a small mountain into the snow line 2 nights after, and witnessed one of the best displays I have seen in #scotland#scotland_ig#milkyway

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4 weeks ago

Winter Hexagon (Winter Circle) & Comet 46P Wirtanen. ___________________________________________________One from last December that I stitched together (this is a 9 frame square pano) edited, then never posted anywhere! It happens. May have been my lack of attention to the foreground (high iso frames)or the two dudes that had been down there lighting the place up, that I was swearing my head off at earlier in the night when they were under the cliff I was on shooting the comet (#s couldn't here me, they got wet anyway, look at that tide).. It's hard to make Auriga out in this, my recent Slovenia workshop team will remember that constellation looking far more prominent as we used it recently as a visual focal point in the night sky above the Julian Alps. ___________________________________________________Winter Circle seven stars, Rigel (Orion), Alberaran ( Taurus) , Capella (Auriga), Castor & Pollux (Gemini), Proycon (Canis Minor), Sirius (Canis Major). Sirius & Procyon also forming the winter triangle with Betelgeuse. 7 Sisters of Pleiades also there too.. Oh, the comet is the brightest object mid right of the image (slight green hue)... #astrophotography#astronomy#Dorset

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4 weeks ago

Slovenia...Wish I was still there, A sat on that ridge watching the sun go down, B in Slovenia...Shot on #lumixs1#lumix#lumixuk#slovenia#ifeelsLOVEina

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Memories #AD All I remember I ever really wanted to do when I was younger was to travel (and stay up all night). I blame my grandma for the travel bug, my mum used to tell me stories of how she would take me to town, and then disappear somewhere random with me on the train; this being a regular occurrence, weekly! Travelling means a lot to me now as my grandma died when I was very young, and so did the random travel bug, for some time.Moving too, and then growing up on an inner-city council estate, single parent family, we didn’t have holidays abroad, or anywhere really. It wasn’t until I was 23 I actually boarded a flight for the first time to Greece. Guess I’ve done nothing but make up for lost time since, as now I’m never home.Staring up at the never-ending star cluttered sky from high up on the mountain peaks, giving an endless field of view. After the overwhelming science of it all drifts from my mind when I’m out at night, it always makes me reflect on the past and think back, and to loved ones no longer here, I wonder what my grandma would think of my escapades now, shining down as they say there is a star for each of us…On this journey I’ve had the privilege of bringing the LUMIX S1 along with me to help aid image quality in low light situations, and this clip is a small sample of some of the work from it that will make up a larger time lapse when completed. If you have any questions about the camera and how I use it to shoot, comment below! #shotinmyworld#lumixuk#lumix

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Time to drive home, after that, next stop, back to Iceland!!!#iceland#auroraborealis#aurora#northernlights

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NaxosI arrived back on Naxos hoping to create a timelapse of the Milky Way over the Temple of Demeter where I had shot it some years back. Unfortunately it couldn't happen due to now being fenced off, alarmed, and cameras 😔... This is a small clip from a larger timelapse I'm stringing together, and needs re-editting and satellites and planes removing ideally 😖... Shot on #lumix S1.....#greece🇬🇷 #milkyway#nightphotography

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Dolomites by Night...Some nights you venture out as a night photographer, and produce a few shots job done, some nights you get back to wherever the hall your gona try catch a few hours zzz's with a smile on your face and think, that's was epic!!! This was one of those nights... Shot on #lumix#lumixuk#dolomites#dolomitiamo

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Passo Giau & Ursa Major ....................................................................Moonlight and a mix of fog, inversion, mid-level cloud, high-level cloud! Just about everything it could throw at me and the guys up there, cameras almost drowning, but some of the most breathtaking moonlight conditions I've seen in the Dolomites.-------------------------------------------------------------------Completely clouded us out for sunset, but we hung on, got a quick 20 mins practice run on a very hazy Milky Way, just as we gave up and started heading off the ridgeline, the higher level cloud started to clear. With almost 360 views, the camera will never do justice to what we saw unfold in front of us, but shout out to the team, as they all had a good go.__________________________________________Laptop not happy so will work the pano up when I'm off the road at some point, so for now, a rough edit of a single frame.Just one spot left on next October's Dolomites workshop, or 2 if it's a couple sharing, see website for info...................Shot on Panasonic #lumix@dolomiti.it@lumix@lumixuk

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