Watching the Universe go by

Kilmichael Head.jpg
Kilmichael Head.jpg

Watching the Universe go by

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Image printed on Hahnemuhle 260g Photo Lustre paper

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The Milky Way core rising above one of the 83 World War two lookout posts located around the coasts of Ireland.

Also, Mars casting a bright reflection on the sea similar to the moon. Mars reached its nearest and brightest point to earth this summer on July 31st (opposition at 35.8 million miles (57.6 million kilometers).

This image featured on the September edition of Astronomy Ireland magazine, a proud moment in my photography journey.

For historical information on the lookout posts see link below: http://www.lookoutpost.com/history/