Kimberlie is lucky enough to live in southern Australia, where Aurora Australis are a common phenomenon. In this long-exposure photo, the amateur photographer had a little bit of help from a furry friend.
Credit and Copyright remains with Kimberlie Gyaw. Lens: Tokina 11-16mm, Camera: 1100D, Exposure time: 5 seconds ISO: 800, F: 2.8
Milky Way with Large and Magellanic Clouds by Henry Brosius Via Flickr: I had a window of just over a hour to capture the Milky Way and the Large and Small Magellanic clouds before the moon rose and clouds set in. I got lucky again with a meteor that decided to grace me with its presence.