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In August 2017, my two house mates and I went on a driving holiday up to Kalbarri National Park. It was the first time any of us had been the Kalbarri and we didn't know what to expect. After some technical mishaps earlier on in the night, we tracked along the cliffs around Mushroom Rock until we came to the Rainbow Valley boulder fields. This is a 45 frame photosphere capturing us 3 enjoying the view of the Indian Ocean under the Milky Way. Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Sigma 20mm ART ISO: 3200 Shutter: 25s x 45 Aperture F2.5 Location: Rainbow Valley Boulder Field Date: 17 August 2017
Copyright: Paean Ng
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 17/08/2017
Uploaded: 28/08/2017


Tags: astronomy; astrophotography; astrordinary; perth; kalbarri; westernaustralia; australia; mushroom rock; night sky; sky; ocean; rocks; milkyway; stars; nikon; sigma; gigapan
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