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Peering into the heart of the constellation Scorpius near the central bulge of our Milky Way galaxy, one is greeted with a more intimate view of the complexities of our neighbourhood. We see a mixture of dark dust lanes, vast clouds of interstellar matter, fine mists of countless stars and colourful emission and reflection nebula.

No wonder God had a seventh day! It wasn’t because he was tired, it was so He could sit back and say, “Hey!! It is good!”

Wouldn’t you?

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ba photography, barry armstead, canberra, australia, deep space, space, astro, astrophotography, night, sky, galaxy, rho ophiuchi, scorpius

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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  • retepk
    retepkalmost 3 years ago

    Superb shot.

  • Cheers mate!

    – Barry Armstead

  • Hugh Fathers
    Hugh Fathersalmost 3 years ago

    I am in awe!! . . .
    You must have some pretty nice equipment to play with . . .

  • Normally I am using my telescope, but this time I decided to just use the camera lens. This is my normal stuff. http://www.asignobservatory.com/index.php?optio...

    – Barry Armstead

  • markchadwick
    markchadwickalmost 3 years ago

    awesome!

  • Thanks mate!

    – Barry Armstead

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