The Moon and Jupiter at Dusk - April 10, 2017 by Joseph Brimacombe
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Taken from Coral Towers Observatory with a Canon 5DS R and 28-300 mm lens in Auto-HDR Mode. Two shots: 28 mm for scenery; 300 mm for moon.

For every enemy [Mozart’s] talent made him there were two who were attracted not only by his skill and brilliance as a performer and the audacity of his music but also by his quick, mercurial mind and his open, playful personality.
—  David Cairns, Mozart and his Operas, p. 74

Ty Gwyn Standing Stone, Llandegfan, Anglesey, 30.7.17. This single standing stone is substantial and likely dated to the Bronze Age. Like many standing stones, it sits atop a hill in a prominent position that can be seen from afar.


Bachwen Burial Chamber, North Wales, 27.10.17. Not sure why I love photographing this cromlech so much; I think it’s because of its position on the headland and the surrounding mountains. There’s often a serenity to these places but here it feels particularly special. The prolific cap and ring rock art that covers the top of the capstone is also very pronounced and lovely.


A journey across Australia from an eagle’s eye. Featuring animals and landscapes from the deserts to the ocean, including The Kimberley, Arnhem Land, The Pilbara, Cairns to Cape York and a handful of Western Australian Deserts.
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Cinematography: Nick Robinson, Luke Peterson, Caspar Mazzotti, Cam Batten, Sid Tinney