This photograph was taken shortly after another series which included Aurora Australis. In the case of this photograph above I don’t have any evidence to prove there is Aurora in the frame, I cannot see bars of colour moving between the individual photographs making up this image. However the horizon is nice and colourful isn’t it! The green to the left is air glow, and the colour to the right is light pollution from the city of Perth.
This photograph was taken over Lake Leschenaultia in the hills of Perth, Western Australia (Childow). The stars of the pointers, and others, are reflecting in he still water of the lake. The evening was a balmy warm 27 degrees, making for a comfortable photography session, all-be-it a bit warm for the camera.
The Southern Cross features strongly in this photograph, with the Pointers (Alpha and Beta Centauri) sitting below the cross. The bright nebula of Eta Carina is a nice pink towards the top of frame.
As with all my prints, these are true long lasting photographic prints, individually prepared and signed by me the photographer. Each print is shipped with care information and identification label for framing
This photograph of the Southern Cross can be purchased digitally for self-printing, use in books and publications, corporate material, marketing material, etc. Contact me to organise a copyright agreement.