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Finally! I got a clear night with no moon, no clouds, and no work the next day!! I sat quietly in the mountains near Canberra until around 2am and shot a range of things I have been meaning to experiment with.

First cab off the rank – the milky way, A long exposure with a tracking mount to counter Earth’s rotation.

Ex-cattle stockman and Australian Army soldier, Barry loves God and all things under creation.

With a background of digital astrophotography, wildlife, portrait, real-estate and macrophotography, He left full-time work in 2010 to see if photography could become a career.

Barry’s aim (besides making a living) is to show images of God’s creation from the largest things in the universe, to the smallest things on this planet, to people who wouldn’t otherwise get the opportunity to see.

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Comments

  • retepk
    retepkover 3 years ago

    Great shot.

  • Thank you!

    – Barry Armstead

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersover 3 years ago

    Wow!! . . . Awesome capture!! . . . Fabulous!!

  • Cheers Hugh! I’ll be going out for more of this!

    – Barry Armstead

  • shadowlea
    shadowleaover 3 years ago

    this is one fantastic capture

  • I sold it at home this week as a 30 inch long print. It looks much better in print!

    – Barry Armstead

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