Pink Lake Reflections

Pink Lake Reflections.jpg
Pink Lake Reflections.jpg
Pink Lake Reflections.jpg
Pink Lake Reflections.jpg

Pink Lake Reflections

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The diverse landscape of Western Australia offers something for everyone. Be it the coastal roads or the winding path through the hills, there is always something to see.

This image was taken at the Pink Salt Lake of Quairading, 2 hours east of Perth. The calm night gave way to still waters, still enough to see the reflected stars with the naked eye.

This image is an extract of a 56-frame 360 degree photosphere and captures a platter of celestial objects.

On the top left, we see the Large Magellanic Cloud, an irregular dwarf galaxy that orbits our own. In the middle of the frame, we see Venus setting under the Milky Way core. On the far right, the intense green Airglow.

Date: 21st Oct 2016
Time: 8:15pm
Location: Pink Lake of Quairading, Western Australia

Camera: Nikon D750
Lens: Sigma 20mm ART
Tripod Mount: GIgapan Epic Pro

Settings:
ISO1000
f1.8
20s x 56