I am currently sick so have not had a the chance to get out and photograph some of the fantastic aurora that has been around in the last few days. With that in mind I thought I would post an older panorama (December 22) of a little bit of Aurora over Pyramid Rock, in Phillip Island, Victoria, Australia. Given the relatively high latitudes of Victoria, it’s rare (but not unheard of) to have the Aurora Australia not be overpowered by the moon, so to get some Aurora and the moonlight was a real treat. Most of my images are usually when there is no moon (called a New Moon), or before the moon has risen. #moonlight #PhillipIsland #AuroraAustralis #landscape #ocean. Captured on 27/12/2022 with a Sony ILCE-7RM4 and E 28-75mm F2.8-2.8 @ 28 mm, 20.0 sec at ƒ / 2.8, ISO 1600, edited in Lightroom CC (as a stitched Panorama) and Topaz DeNoise AI.

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