Moonrise over the Orion spur
This is a completely experimental image I shot from Fitzgerald National Park.
From this, I’ve concluded that astrophotography requires stupidity, especially when on a high cliff at midnight with blistering winds. Thankfully, the Mk2 can handle a little iso extrapolating, and a tonne of salt spray. Still, never arouse a bar fight with an amateur astrophotographer, because sh*t, they are apparently made of the toughest material!! The image itself is a stitch, taken around 20s on ISO 3200, just as the moon began to rise.