Back in June this year I went up to the Noosa National Park to shoot the sunset and I managed to get this long exposure image of the sky lighting up on fire about 30 mins after sunset.
I was up at Granite Bay and I was getting ready to pack up and leave because I thought the sunset was a fizzer when I saw a faint red glow start to appear on the horizon, So I took a few shots and noticed it getting more and more intense.
Quickly found this composition and shot some long exposure images of the fiery red sky and got this one. I just found this on my computer so re-edited it and this is the final image.
I hope you like it, Thanks for looking!
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In Rainy season this year i got lucky to capture this vivid milkyway arc, with intense air glow or known as green sheen, along with orange distant town light noise.
In fact, the message here is to convey is SAVE TREES. Nothing else in entire galaxy can save us except TREES. They are the fundamental entity of survival and existence of life on planet EARTH.
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