Milky Way Photography
Milky Way photography from the North and South hemispheres, taken with landscape compositions in mind.
The Milky Way descends as Aurora Australis (Southern Lights) dances on a clear night in Te Anau.
Sometimes life feels more like a dream; such was the case in our night visit to Milford Sound in New Zealand.
Some nights you find yourself wondering if you woke up on another planet...
The emerald green No Name Lake sits below Broken Top mountain under a clear night sky and setting Milky Way.
A brilliant Milky Way display from Secret Beach, Oregon.
Mt Baker shines majestically under a starry night sky.
An old barn bursting with light under the a clear night sky and Milky Way.
Mono Lake at night feels a bit like being on another planet.
A composite image of Smith Rock State Park at night with the Milky Way added for effect.
No Name Lake mirrors a stunning night scene at Broken Top mountain.
City lights of Bend glow like an orb under the Milky Way at Smith Rock State Park.
The Milky Way shines bright over the Painted Hills of Oregon.
A silhouetted figure comes face to face with the Milky Way in Aoraki, New Zealand.
The seastacks at Whales Head Beach set the stage for a magical Milky Way show.
The locally-iconic Wimer Covered Bridge stands proudly as the Milky Way smiles down upon it.
The Milky Way erupts from Mt Hood in this award-winning nightscape.
Oh what things we saw from the cave...
All aboard the Milky Way Express to Mt Shasta!
The Milky Way core seemingly erupts from the top of Whales Head sea stack.
A layer of smoke creates the illusion of the Milky Way sky colloding with the peak of Mt McLoughlin.
Natural Bridges span the gap between our Earth and the Milky Way.