I ventured up to the Pinnacles a couple of nights ago to see if it could catch the annual Geminid Meteor shower.
It was a great show, at one stage in the morning after the almost full moon set in the west, we were seeing a few meteors a minute. A few, “did you see that, whoaaa, did you see that other one….”.
After last years effort and great show, and now this years, I will be sure to make this an annual event I will never miss.
My goal for the night was to capture a time-lapse of the night sky again, so not being able to move my camera around I didn’t capture many meteors. However the time-lapse came out great. (Will be released sometime this week)
I think I will need to invest in another camera shortly, to hopefully capture the ones I would otherwise miss.
A few nights ago I had the absolute pleasure of meeting and shooting with Neil Burton. We both headed to Kings Park to capture the city in all its glory from this very popular vantage point.
So here is my take on the city last night.
Well if I hadn’t seen it, I wouldn’t have believed it. Rainbows at night time. The conditions were perfect for them though, and it proves you only need the reflected light of the sun off the almost full moon to give you the key ingredient for rainbows.
I was actually out to capture the cold front coming across the coast, and hoping for a bit of lightning, but I was given a rainbow show instead. A definite favourite, as it’s something you don’t see every day (or night for that matter).
This was taken at Jindalee Beach.
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Last weekend I headed out to York to try my luck in capturing the frost that had been occurring every morning to the start of July.
Having to get out there late at night, gave me a great opportunity to capture the Milky Way in all its glory. The crisp winter nights bring with it extremely clear skies, the perfect conditions to try and capture the night sky.