Raw The raw and remote landscape of Cape Palliser on the North Island of New Zealand under the starry galactic band of the Milky Way.

In New Zealand, this is the part of the Milky Way that dominates our summer night skies during the months of November to February. The bright galactic centre of our Milky Way that is usually a feature in our winter months sits below the horizon during this period. Towards the centre of this photo you can see the Southern Cross (or the Crux), and to the upper left of that, the Carina Nebula which is located in the Carina-Sagittarius Arm and is four times as large and even brighter than the famous Orion Nebula.