@3 weeks ago with 11 notes
#astronomy #photography #stars #galaxy #astrophotography
I recently took a trip to Cornwall where the skies were perfectly clear so It was a chance to do some more astrophotography.
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Sagitarius star cloud seen from Church Cove. The red supergian Antares can be seen lower right.
The Pleiades or Seven Sisters (M45) open star cluster and reflection nebula. Blue light from the stars is reflected by dusts clouds behind them.
The Andromeda Galaxy (M31) is the furthest object you can see with the naked eye and contains over a trillion stars.
Crescent Moon on the evening of the 28 August 2014
@3 months ago with 2 notes
#Mo'Wax #Urban acheaology #meltdown festival #skateboarding
Stoked to finally see Mo’Wax 21: Urban Archaeology. Such a rad book and amazing to have worked alongside James Lavelle and Ben Drury on such an epic project.
So many skate videos featured songs from Mo’Wax artists which inspired me to keep skating. Especially Organ Donor by Dj Shadow which was in Andrew Reynolds’s section in The End.
Make sure you go check out the book and more at James Lavelle’s Meltdown Festival currently going on at the Southbank Centre.
@6 months ago with 7 notes
#astronomy #moon #lunar #space #photography #astrophotography
The waxing crescent and gibbous build up to tonight’s full moon. Three or four parts of the cycle have been missed out due to weather/that stupid mist we’ve had over the past few days.
Hopefully the weather will hold for me to be able to capture the waining phases …
@7 months ago with 14 notes
#The Shard #London #Cutty Sark #Greenwich
Light Rays reflecting off The Shard, London,
The Cutty Sark in the foreground.
Taken from Greenwich Park 16-02-14
@7 months ago with 7 notes
#Moon #London #Vauxhall #Landscape #Astronomy
Moonset over St George’s Wharf Tower, Vauxhall London - Taken from Greenwich Park 16-02-14
@9 months ago
#Photography #Black and White #weather #storm #waves #Portsmouth #southsea
View from South Parade Pier, Southsea, looking west towards Spitbank Fort on the evening of the storm on 23 December 2013.