A starry night of Western Australia. Bright stars of Alpha and Beta Centauri appears over the tree. The Southern Cross is in the middle shining through the branches. lower in the Milky Way is the pink-red patch of Carina Nebula.



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  • Wolfgang Martin WETTLAUFER Reply

    As a child, on very special evenings, my eyes caught glimpses of beautifully twinkling stars shining down on me in a very special way; I often became aware of them while resting beneath trees in a wood which I loved, with colourful clouds passing gracefully overhead … it has been this deeply emotional experience which kept my mind open for inspiring showpieces of nature! Luckily, the photographer has found this special scenery as remarkable as I had eons ago – I’d love to congratulate! Let artful works like this confirm us in implementing timeless quests for our origins, for a creator, in the minds of our young ones, and enjoy with them those magnificent wonders of the graceful starry sky!

    March 1, 2013 at 6:15 pm
  • Mohammad Sadegh Rahbar Reply

    Hi Kwon O Chul …
    wery biuteaful you’r photo….

    March 3, 2013 at 5:04 am

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