Molloy Island Astro Photography

The south-west of Western Australia is an incredibly remote place. Molloy Island lies near Cape Leeuwin in Augusta, a desolate, wind-swept town that is subjected to freezing winds straight off the Southern Ocean. It’s very quiet, with very little light pollution from the surrounding areas. These were all taken with a 30 second exposure, around 10pm on a moonless night in winter. The brightest star you can see over the water is Jupiter…





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