Astro photography along the Copper Coast
Along the Copper Coast there is little light pollution. Only towns as Bunmahan and Dungarvan create some light pollution. So when there is a clear sky, combined with a new moon, the galaxy above us, really opens up.
To see the Milky Way, August/September is the best time of year. On the 12th of September, I went together with Jonathan Power, to Trá na mBó near Bunmahon and I took the shot that I had in my mind for a long time, the sea stack with the Milky Way.
Obviously this was not the first night I went to shoot the stars, so it is time to put some of the results in a ‘Astro blog’.
Hope you like them.
Trá na mBó